Ocean Extreme Sports has always offered a large variety of Stand Up Paddle Boards for you to choose from. Now it's even larger. We stock boards from Amundson SUP, California Board Company, Cannibal SUP, Coreban, Focus SUP, Jimmy Lewis, King's Paddlesports, Riviera Paddlesurf, Tropical Blends and more!
With a shortboard inspired outline the "Rising Sun" is the ultimate high performance SUP Surfboard. All you need to do now is choose the right size!
Regular Price: $1,375.00
Our Price: $1,299.00
Imagine a nine-foot board that can handle all the kids, the dog, anyone coming over for a visit and give you a level of comfort you can fish from. That’s asking a lot from a stand-up-paddle board but the Holo Nalu promises to deliver. Light weight, compact stability, contoured bottom and dimensions all aimed at a family oriented first time user.
The Kane was built for the guys that keep taking their wife’s board (The Wahine) out into the surf and asking “why the girlie colors?” To make everyone happy, we applied more manly man graphics, added a couple more fin boxes for surf options and changed the name.
Looking to surf? Then you have to try the Paha! This board wants to ride like a performance short board; drives hard, converts from rail to rail quickly and will really surprise you off the top.
The shortest board in the Tropical Blends lineup is the Papa Iki. Besides it’s built to SURF, there’s really not much more to say. If you’re looking at it thinking that you can hardly wait to pull in, then you’ll be very stoked! When you’re ready, this board is crazy good!
The Pokole is the smallest in the surf styled Wahine, Wai Kahe, Welo class. All of these boards were designed as step-downs from the Wahine.
Another favorite among smaller riders, the Wai Kahe meets a wide range of needs. It’s easy to handle on your own, great for getting a little exercise and or just watching the scenery going by.
Smooth and easy is what makes the Welo a staple here at TB. Seems it’s the ideal platform for smooth water paddling and or helping the less experienced rider catch her first wave.