NRS Thrive 10'3 Stand-Up Paddleboard

NRS Thrive 10'3 Stand-Up Paddleboard
NRS Thrive 10'3 Stand-Up Paddleboard
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Thrive 10'3 Stand-Up Paddleboard by NRS
The NRS Thrive 10'3 Stand-Up Paddleboard is designed for the do-it-all paddler. Its high volume provides stability for yoga and to keep beginner paddlers at ease while its shape and rigid, durable construction make the board adept for fitness paddling and touring. No matter which paddling adventure you pursue, the 7 D-rings and included bungee provide convenient attachment points for storing your gear. Interchangeable and removable fins allow you to personalize your setup for touring or all water performance. Simply pack along the compact deflated board to your paddle destination, inflate it with the included high-pressure pump (the pressure relief valve prevents accidental over-inflation), arrange the fins for your pursuit, and grab the haul loops and head for the water for a paddle.

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