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Hala Daze

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Hala Daze

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According to Hala if you want to wrestle in a monster fish then their Daze inflatable stand up paddle board is the one you want to be using. It is a 11'11” board that is 42” wide and 8” thick. The Hala Daze has a weight of 41 lbs, but is capable of handling up to 500 lbs with ease. It is a pretty spacious board, which is why some owners have likened it to an aircraft carrier out on the water! In terms of design, the Hala Daze features a progressive rocker style.

The good thing is that the Daze isn’t just a large novelty board, but actually delivers in terms of performance. It’s size and stability means that it makes for an excellent fishing platform and you don’t have to leave anything behind when you go out on it. The Daze features a sturdy Core Construction with double layer drop stitch and a diamond groove 4mm EVA deck pad. The result is that the board is not just durable, but also very comfortable. In addition, it has 2 EVA deck pad cut outs for removable RAILBLAZA StarPorts and features a 1.5” raised stomp pad. Anglers in particular will appreciate the 12 soft rigging points that the board has.

For better performance out on the water the Hala Daze has a swallowtail, four fixed side fins that are unbreakable as well as a single 4.5” flex center fin. This all adds up to a board that looks and performs great. Despite its size the Daze is quite a nimble board and it is great that Hala switched up the design to ensure that the rigging points are now soft and centralized. This means that it is not just safer, but also means you don’t have to pile up all your gear on the nose of the board.

Other noteworthy features of the Daze include front and back rubber handles for carrying the board as well as additional rubber side handles, which makes it a breeze to get on or off the board. Add to this the fact that the board is really portable when it is deflated and you have something that can be taken just about anywhere and be ready for fishing in no time.


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