Hang Ten Excursion 8' Inflatable Stand-Up Paddle Board
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You can take your SUP anywhere with the super convenient, lightweight and portable Hang Ten® Excursion 8' Inflatable Stand-Up Paddle Board! There's no need for special racks or a large vehicle to transport the inflatable Excursion. A high pressure pump and gauge are included, as well as an adjustable aluminum paddle and a convenient carry bag. The Excursion features a single removable fin and a super rigid 6" core.
- High pressure inflatable stand-up paddle board
- Lightweight & extremely portable
- Super rigid 6" core
- Single removable fin
- Includes an adjustable aluminum paddle - adjust the height from 64"-84"
- Includes high pressure pump & gauge
- Convenient carry bag included
- Material: Extremely durable 1000D 3-ply PVC reinforced fabric
- Dimensions: 8' x 30" x 6"
- Weight: 24 lbs
- Strength: Inflate between 10-12 PSI
- Maximum load: For riders up to 175 lbs
- Hang Ten
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 31238706
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Funmom Love the hang Ten board I bought two Hang Ten boards for the lake. We love them! So EZ to inflate and so EZ to carry to the water. Great for just paddling around on a calm lake or ocean! I have tried other boards that were very heavy and cumbersome to carry and I feel that I'm getting a great ride with the Hang Ten NB. I didn't notice the weight cap of 175 lbs so this board is a bit light and unstable for my husband (a cyclist) who weighs about 200lbs. I should have purchased the next size up for him. For me, 130lbs/5'4" its PERFECT! July 24, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by boxer mom Easy to transport I decided to try this board since it is inflatable, I felt it would be much easier for me to transport. I am only 5' 1", while i knew I could carry other boards- I knew I wouldn't be able to lift those onto a rack on the top of my car. I initially had an issue getting the inflating hose to lock in to the valve but I think I have it figured out. I wish I would have gone with the 10' board (for stability), but didn't realize that was an option. I compared the price of this board to other inflatable boards and felt it was a get option considering I am just getting started in the sport. July 20, 2014
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