Whether you're fitting in an early morning cruise before work or simply spending a Saturday exploring nearby bodies of water, the NRS Escape 11'6 Stand-Up Paddleboard is built for long tours and race-inspired workouts alike. The Escape features a drop-stitch PVC construction for durability you can depend on, and inflates up to a super-stiff 20 psi for an uncanny performance that's akin to a hard board, but without the cumbersome design: Simply pack the Escape up in the included storage bag. And when you finally reach your destination, employ the high-pressure pump for fast and easy inflation. Meanwhile, the pointed noise and square tail offer the idyllic balance between fast, streamlined performance and dependable maneuverability. And to bolster the board's dexterity and assures smooth tracking, NRS included two fins for your convenience. The fins are totally removable and fashioned with a stiff ABS plastic, so you're able to customize your setup without having to worry about busting a fin. A webbing handle in the center of the board allows you to haul around the board with ease, while the second handle at the front of the board ensures that you're able to haul yourself atop the board should accidentally take a swim.
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