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PVC Vacuum Bagged Stand Up Paddle Boards

Model-Hull Ripper

The Hull Ripper design was initially started with Blane Chambers desire to create faster downwind race boards. However, very early on it became apparent this design not only made for faster paddling, the design was also very well suited for surfing waves. The raised or chimed rails combined with the Hull bottom increased speed on the wave face and allowed for sharper more critical turns. If you are looking to blast cutbacks and hit the lip with force, the Hull Ripper is for you. It is best for critical waves and big moves. The Hull Rippers are not as versatile as the AA or regular Rippers, but work the best when surfing at extreme levels. However, please note, this board only works properly when riding with your back foot directly on the tail.



2012 hull ripper stand up paddle boards

8-9 Hull Ripper 8’9″ x 29 //2″ x 4 3/16″

The 8-9 Hull Ripper was designed for highest possible performance level for stand up paddle boards. It’s all about speed and control in the pocket, then blasting turns with equal power and control. It is meant for high level surfing and has great maneuverability. It glides really well for flat water paddling.
Beginner in flat or calm waters: up to 140 lbs
Advanced: up to 220 lbs

9-2 Hull Ripper 9’2″ x 29 1/2″ x 4 3/8″

The 9-2 Hull Ripper offers a touch more length and thickness than the 8-9 for stability and flotation. Like its shorter brother, the 9-2 is designed for the ultimate in high performance stand up paddle surfing.
Beginner in flat or calm waters: up to 160 lbs
Advanced: up to 225 lbs

9-7 Hull Ripper 9’7″ 29 3/4″ x 4 3/8″

As with all Hull Rippers, the 9-7 Hull Ripper can handle hollow critical waves. Some may use this as “step up” board for bigger surf, while others looking to progress to a smaller size from the 9-11 Hull Ripper will find the 9-7 Hull Ripper still maintains solid stability with increased performance from larger size boards. The design is meant to surf really aggressively and at the same time be a comfortable paddling and stable board.
Beginner in flat or calm waters: up to 175 lbs
Advanced: up to 250 lbs

9-11 Hull Ripper 9’11” x 29 3/4″ x 4 3/8″

The 9’11 Hull Ripper can also be used as a step board for bigger waves and is also perfect for bigger surfers with advanced skills. The extra length and thickness give stability and solid flotation for bigger surfers. It is the longest, best gliding Hull Ripper.
Beginner in flat or calm waters: up to 180 lbs
Advanced: up to 260 lbs


Model-All Arounder

The All Arounder series is the most versatile of all Paddle Surf Hawaii boards and was designed for all ages and abilities. This series of boards feature a fuller outline with a rounded nose which provides the optimum in stability while paddling and catching waves. They work well for beginners and advanced surfers alike.


2012 Paddle Surf Hawaii All Arounder PVC Boards

8-9 All Arounder 8’9″ x 29 3/4″ x 4 3/16″

The 8-9 is all about high performance in a fuller nose stand up paddle board . On this board advanced surfers can walk to the nose, hang five, hang ten, helicopters, 360’s then back to the tail for carving cutbacks and bashing the lip. This board is also perfect for lighter surfers just beginning. It is a great flat water paddling board.
Beginner in flat or calm waters: up to 160 lbs
Advanced: up to 230 lbs

9-5 All Arounder 9’5″ x 29 3/4″ x 4 1/4″

The 9-5 AA can also be classified as a “fun board”. It has enough length and stability to easily ride the nose, yet is short enough to crank solid carving turns. The size also allows for easier carrying and handling for lighter paddlers. It is a great board for casual flat water paddling.
Beginner in flat or calm waters: up to 170 lbs
Advanced: up to 250 lbs

9-11 All Arounder 9’11” x 29 5/8″ x 4 1/4″

Very similar to the 9-5 AA with just a few more inches to add stability and glide. The 9-11 has become the board of choice for those wanting to combine stability and glide with maneuverability. It is a very versatile board that can be used when learning to paddle, riding the nose while surfing, or cranking turns off the tail.
Beginner in flat or calm waters: up to 180 lbs
Advanced: up to 275 lbs

10-6 Any Kine 10’6″ x 29 3/8″ x 4 3/8

The 10-6 AK is designed to accommodate virtually any type of stand up paddler. Whether you are just getting started in flat water paddling, an intermediate looking for a board to cruise on or an advanced surfer looking for a stable board to ride the nose, the 10-6 AK has it all. It is an advanced board from the older 10-6 All Arounder. It is a fun board with great glide for flat water paddling or catching waves.
Beginner in flat or calm waters: up to 185 lbs
Advanced: up to 275 lbs


Model-Ripper

The Ripper series has been a staple and favorite for Paddle Surf Hawaii surfers for several years and these sizes are now available in the durable Vacuum Bag PVC construction. The Ripper series is highlighted by aggressive outlines with pulled in nose & tail for the best in high performance stand up paddle surfing. It can also be used for flat water paddling.


Paddle Surf Hawaii PVC Rippers 2012

8-9 Ripper 8’9″ x 29 3/8″ x 4 3/8″

This board was designed for aggressive pocket surfing and high speed turns while maintaining control in critical situations. It is also the perfect size for smaller surfers just getting started who find the bigger board to cumbersome to carry and control. It was designed for surfing in a variety of waves. The 8-9 Ripper has good glide for a board its size and is a favorite of a lot of surfers.
Beginner in flat or calm waters: up to 160 lbs
Advanced: up to 230 lbs

9-2 Ripper 9’2″ x 29 1/2″ x 4 1/4″

Advanced stand up paddle surfers wanting extra flotation will find this board to be ideal. For Intermediate this is the perfect introduction to a higher performance board with a pulled in nose. It is a versatile board with great glide and stability. This ripper surfs really well, even if the waves are steep and critical. Flat water paddlers will also enjoy this board.
Beginner in flat or calm waters: up to 170 lbs
Advanced: up to 240 lbs

9-7 Ripper 9’7″ x 29 3/4″ x 4 5/16″

The 9-7 Ripper is similar to the 9-2 Ripper, except with more glide. It is long enough to handle bigger surf and short enough to blast the lip and crank cutbacks. Bigger surfers with experience will like the stability and excellent flotation in this board. Casual flat water paddlers will enjoy the great glide.
Beginner in flat or calm waters: up to180 lbs
Advanced: up to 250 lbs

9-11 Ripper 9’11” x 31″ x 4 3/8″

An extremely versatile board, the 9-11 Ripper has the glide to get in early and shape to have superior control in a variety of wave heights and conditions. It is the perfect step down board for those who have been riding longer 10 foot plus size boards, but now want something more maneuverable, but without sacrificing stability. It is a “go to” board for a lot of entry level, flat water paddlers that want something less than 10’. It has great glide, good buoyancy, and easy to carry.
Beginner in flat or calm waters: up to 185 lbs
Advanced: up to 275 lbs