Ocean Kayak Nalu Stand Up Paddle Board - 11'

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The Ocean Kayak Nalu™ 11 ft. stand-up paddleboard offers a versatile experience on the water: when you get tired of paddling while standing, just sit down and paddle it like a sit-on-top kayak!

  • Features

    • Besides providing a new way to get on the water, paddleboarding works core muscles and develops balance—it's perfect training for surfers, skiers and paddlers
    • Ideal for cruising on flat water and enjoying light surf, the Nalu offers those interested in stand up paddleboards great value and high durability
    • Low rocker from nose to tail provides high speed and straight tracking when paddling on flat water; design also handles light surf and rolling waves with ease
    • 11 ft. length maneuvers easily in waves and tracks well when exploring flat water; short length helps develop strength with a focus on balance and technique
    • Rotomolded polyethylene hull resists abrasion and UV light, and it offers good looks at a great value
    • Standing area features comfortable foot wells, and molded-in seat enhances comfort from the sitting position
    • Stern storage bungee secures accessories
    • Scupper drain holes prevent the Nalu from taking on water
    • Drainplug at bow evacuates excess water due to condensation
    • 3 in-molded fins promote straight tracking in the water; fins are low-profile and integrated in the hull to increase durability
    • Carry handles ease transport

    Made in USA.

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Paddle Boarding



    Paddle Board Style

    Hollow Core


    11 feet


    10 inches


    31 inches


    19 inches


    8 inches

    Fin Length

    Center fin approx. 6 in. / thruster fins under 3 in.

    Fin Box

    3 in-molded


    300 liter

    Weight Capacity (lbs)

    225 - 275 pounds

    Hull Type



    42 pounds

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