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Paddleboarding > Flotation MTI ADVENTUREWEAR SUP SAFETY


BELT NEW WWW.MTIADVENTUREWEAR.COM • $109.95 USD


The SUP Safety Belt is a totally new Type III USCG approved manual inflatable life jacket. Perfect for recreational standup paddlers and SUP fishing because it's small and easy to use. A soft shell pack with side buckle is comfy on bare skin and a large zippered pocket is sized to carry larger smart phones. Includes signal whistle and moveable attachment points. Premium bayonet inflator with indicator window.


ONYX


M-16 INFLATABLE BELT PACK NEW


WWW.ONYXOUTDOOR.COM • $79.99 USD Extremely low profile; approved for persons 16 years of age and older, and over 80 pounds. D-ring attachment for small accessories; 16-gram CO2 charge provides 17 pounds of buoyancy. The oral inflation tube can be used to provide additional buoyancy up to 26.5 pounds when fully inflated.


C4 WATERMAN


ELEU 12'0" WWW.C4WATERMAN.COM $1,799 USD


Prone paddleboards are a revered craft among the Hawaiian waterman community. None represents this discipline more than the 12-foot stock paddleboard. In Hawaii, it is a rite of passage to paddle the Ka'iwi channel on a stock board. This very model has won more crossings than any other board in the history of the race. High-performance prone paddling for beginner, intermediate and advanced riders weighing 125, 160 and 180 pounds respectively.


LENGTH: 12' • WIDTH: 20'' • THICKNESS: 7'' • WEIGHT: 19.8 LBS • PADDLER WEIGHT: UP TO 180 LBS


STARBOARD


STREAM UPDATED


WWW.STAR-BOARD-SUP. COM • $1,415 USD $1,769 CDN


Stable and progressive, the inflatable Stream can take a first timer from navigating basic Class I to II rapids to performing on the ultimate downriver terrain. A slightly tucked in outline combined with the 9.5-foot length holds good speed while being short enough to turn quickly. The board’s 36-inch width is the widest in the range and is ideal for riders up to 230 pounds. The Stream offers the most stability and ability to handle choppy water and big drops.


LENGTH: 9'6'' • WIDTH: 36'' THICKNESS: 6'' • VOLUME: 290 L WEIGHT: 27 LBS • PADDLER WEIGHT: UP TO 231 LBS


STOHLQUIST WATERWARE


CONTOUR WWW.STOHLQUIST.COM • $99.95 USD


This low-profile design provides unbeatable comfort and mobility for SUP paddlers, rec boaters and kayak anglers looking for minimal coverage. The Contour is very easy to adjust and swim with when inflated and is simple to rearm and repack. The zippered pocket will hold your car key and debit card.


STOHLQUIST WATERWARE


EDGE WWW.STOHLQUIST.COM • $99.95 USD


The Edge is a great vest for SUP paddles and whitewater boaters. A super low-profile and very high mobility make this a great all-day paddling vest. Stohlquist's graded sizing and Wrapture torso provide a perfect fit for a wide range of paddlers. The minimal footprint makes it a great choice for smaller paddlers.


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