POP Paddleboards Classico Stand-Up Paddleboard

POP Paddleboards Classico Stand-Up Paddleboard
POP Paddleboards Classico Stand-Up Paddleboard
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Classico Stand-Up Paddleboard by POP Paddleboards
Its eye-popping color isn't what makes the Classico Stand-Up Paddleboard the most popular SUP from Pop Paddleboards. Instead, it's the high-level of versatility that comes with a board designed to complement almost any activity, from catching rolling swell off a Tahitian reef to prowling the expansive bays of Lake Powell in search of the perfect cliff jump. With a single-to-double concave and squash tail, the Classico offers a strong combination of speed, stability, and a performance that beginners and experienced riders will appreciate. Pop's Handmade, Nature Tech vacuum packed construction combines ultralight foam with super-strong fiberglass, veneered in bamboo and finished in a clear coat for long-lasting durability. And because the folks at Pop Paddleboards don't know where their decks end up, they gave the Classico a vent plug that acts as an air bleeder to resist pressurized delamming in hot, humid, or cold conditions.

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