Amp Inflatable Stand-Up Paddleboard - Kids' by NRS
Get your little grom started off on the right foot with the NRS Kids' Amp Inflatable Stand-Up Paddleboard. The Amp touts an adaptive silhouette, allowing Junior to maximize on his or her existing strengths in whitewater. Or, on the opposite end of the spectrum, the Amp ensures that they're able to go on the family cruise around the lake, just don't forget the sunscreen. A PVC drop-stitch construction assures longevity and durability and inflates up to a super-solid 20 psi, meaning its stiffness is akin to a hard board, but without the weight and lack of packability. An included storage bag and fast-action pump ensures that Junior is able to hit the water quickly, while the removable and interchangeable (included) fins provide a customizable set up, so your grom is able to fine-tune their fin preference. Three webbing handles make for an easy carrying experience, or should Junior accidentally take a swim, they're able to get back on the proverbial horse with ease (albeit probably a few temper tantrums included, but you know, can't avoid them). And, should the lot of you desire to make the outing an all-day family affair, the six D-rings provide multiple lash points for gear and snacks.
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