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Atoll Board Co. Atoll 11’

Atoll Board Co. Atoll 11’

 
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Atoll Board Co. Atoll 11’

Paddle Board Make & Model

Brand:
Atoll Board Co.
Model:
Atoll 11'
MSRP ($):
749.99

Atoll Board Co. originated in Huntington Beach and has been providing Southern California with premier paddle boards ever since. The best inflatable stand up paddle board in their range for fishing is the Atoll 11'0” as it is six inches thick and 32 inches wide. It is not as wide as wide or stable as boards with inflatable side chambers, but still provides a nice and sturdy platform that can hold up to 250 pounds. In fact, according to Atoll the board has supported riders at 300 lbs, which is impressive.

Atoll claims that the ultra light dual layer PVC construction of the board makes it up to 30% lighter in comparison to similar models, which is always a good thing if you have to carry your board to your favorite fishing spot. On its own the board weights about 22 lbs, although the included accessories like the pump, paddle and carry bag obviously increases the weight. You’ll definitely want to take the pump with you though as it not only makes inflating the board a breeze, but also sucks the air out of the board to deflate it quicker after use.

To help you make the most out of the available space, this board features 14 D-rings on the deck. This enables you to securely tie down anything you need with you on the water. To help you keep your balance and avoid slipping the board also has EVA foam on top. It’s nice that this board comes with a paddle as it is something that a lot of iSUP boards omit, but if you are serious about the hobby you’ll probably want to upgrade to a better paddle sooner or later.

For an inflatable this board tracks very straight and it is also quite fast, so you’ll be able to get to your favorite spots quickly. It is also worth mentioning that inflating this board with the included pump is quite a workout. Overall, this board is a nice all-rounder and an affordable option for anglers who are only looking for the essentials.

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