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Holo Holo 10’6

$1,695.00

Stable and tough, the perfect beginner board.

The Holo Holo is a tough, functional board that’s perfect for anyone looking to begin their journey into stand-up paddleboarding. The Holo Holo’s bulletproof construction will take the abuse of daily rides (as well as rentals). Now with Heavy-Duty EVA rails. Tri fin.

Our popular 10’6″ Da Beachboy has been improved, beefed up, and received a graft of full-deck EVA traction and rails. This board gets the Beginner’s Choice Award, designed as the MVP of the rental fleet, not to mention the “two thumbs up” from board owners that lend their boards to friends. Still not satisfied? The Holo Holo is available in 11’6 as well.

Recommended For:

Everyone! High-performance longboard surfing for beginner, intermediate, and advanced riders weighing 102kg, 113kg, 136kg. respectively.

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Length: 10’6” (320.04cm)
Width: 32.00″ (81.28cm)
Thick: 4.25″ (10.79cm)
Weight: 30.00 (13.64kg)*
Vol: 51.25 Gal. (194.00L)
*Weights may vary +/- 10%

Construction:
C4 Waterman’s new FeatherCore Composite line of SUPs is based on the rigorous refinement of the foam sandwich/composite structures to find the construction that best suits the unique needs of the next generation of high- performance stand-up paddleboards.

Our testing has found that deck and bottom wood veneer laminates provide the lightest, strongest, least expensive ‘skin’ to complement our featherlight EPS-cored SUPs. These very thin veneer sheets are sandwiched between successive layers of fiberglass and epoxy resin and then pressure molded around the EPS core. This creates a sort of monocoque fuselage, much like an aircraft, in which the skin of the surfboard in effect becomes the stringer or stiffener added to this base layup are layers of Carbon Fibre in the deck and Kevlar in the rails. Holo Holo’s also include extra EVA reinforcement on the bottom and rail and include a full deck pad extending over the rails.

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