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Pono 12'6"

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Pono 12'6"

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A versatile crossover-style SUP board for beginner and advanced beginner paddlers weighing up to 275 lbs. Stability from the rear hard rails inspires confidence, while the softened nose rails give clean water entry for easy touring. Fantastic tracking, easy pivot turns and all-around paddling fun, the Pono delivers a SUPerior experience on the water. Single fin.

Recommended for:
A versatile crossover-style SUP board for beginner and advanced beginner paddlers weighing up to 275 lbs.
Aspiring Waterman – 225 lbs. / Journeyman Waterman – 275 lbs, / Advanced Waterman – 300 lbs.

• In-deck handle for easy carrying
• Deck pad included
• Fins included


Deck Pad – Alanui - Wide Path. A combination of symbols with the central pattern being the zig-zag lines. This is a symbolic connection between the islands.

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 ‘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.

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