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Rave Outback Inflatable Stand Up Paddle Board

Rave Outback Inflatable Stand Up Paddle Board

Description

The Rave Outback Inflatable Stand Up Paddle Board is a rigid, stable, and portable board suitable for any skill level.

Features

  • Perfect for paddling on shallow rivers or creeks where rocks are more prevalent
  • 5 layer drop-stitch construction
  • High pressure air pump with pressure gauge
List Price
$899.99
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$799.99
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If you're looking for rigidity, stability and portability, you'll get it all in RAVE's Outback inflatable SUP. Suitable for any skill level, this 11' paddle board can go anywhere you go.

The Outback inflatable stand up paddle board features 5 layers of industrial grade drop-stitch materials. "Drop-stitch" construction means that thousands of tiny threads connect the top and bottom layers of PVC creating a much stronger inflatable that can withstand higher air pressures. The Outback board is perfect for paddling on shallow rivers or creeks where rocks are more prevalent, preventing you from ruining your rigid board. Those who want to paddle wherever adventure leads them will appreciate that the board includes a backpack carry bag, high pressure air pump with pressure gauge, removable tri-fins, bungee tie-down rings, a 3 piece adjustable paddle, EVA deck pad, and flat carry handle. Limited 1 year warranty.

Features:

  • 10'8" x 30" x 4" (325cm x 76cm x 10cm)
  • Board weight: 21lbs
  • Packaged weight: 32lbs
  • Rider weight: 200lbs
  • 5 layer drop-stitch construction
  • EVA deck pad
  • Removable tri-fins
  • Flat carry handle
  • Backpack carry bag
  • High pressure air pump with pressure gauge
  • Bungee tie down rings
  • 3 piece adjustable paddle
  • Limited 1 year warranty
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Rave Outback Inflatable Stand Up Paddle Board 02509 Outback inflatable stand up paddle board, 10'6"
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