Hobie Mirage Eclipse ACX Stand Up Pedal Board - 12'

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Glide through the water with the power of pedals. The Hobie Mirage Eclipse ACX stand up pedal board helps you move nimbly and effortlessly on aquatic adventures—no paddle necessary.

  • Features

    • MirageDrive GT pedal propulsion allows you to power yourself forward with speed and stability using a natural stepping motion
    • Glide Technology (GT) features roller bearings for a smooth, fast and efficient ride
    • Alloy aluminum handlebar delivers stability and nimble fingertip steering controls—simply squeeze left to move left and turn right to go right
    • Features a wider design than standard paddleboards to provide optimal stability in wind, waves and wake
    • Adjustable handlebar accommodates a wide range of riders with height adjustments from 36-43 in.
    • Removable handlebar and rudder offer easy portability from one adventure to the next
    • Fins fold against the board for beach landings and navigating shallow water
    • Large, EVA deckpad provides high-traction footing and comfort for all-day adventures
    • Board includes tie-downs for carrying gear, a bow handle and a carefree kick-up rudder
    • Minimal setup lets you quickly get out on the water
    • Compatible with all optional Hobie accessories (not included), such as an H-crate for fishing poles or Trax cart for easy transport

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Paddle Boarding

    Material(s)

    Composite epoxy

    Paddle Board Style

    Solid

    Pedal Powered

    Yes

    Length

    12 feet

    Nose

    Unavailable

    Mid

    35 inches

    Tail

    Unavailable

    Thickness

    Unavailable

    Volume

    Unavailable

    Weight Capacity (lbs)

    275 pounds

    Hull Type

    Displacement

    Weight

    58 lbs. 14.4 oz.

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