Mako Pre Order
Mako Pre Order
Mako SUP by Wappa
Mako provides the ultimate in family fun for flat water and in the waves!
Customers love our 36” wide Olas. We built on that success and developed the 33” wide Mako.
Smaller and easier to handle, the wide deck of Mako makes it feel very stable. Despite its width, Mako turns on a dime while paddling, and the extra nose kick makes it possible to even catch white water waves with ease. It will be great in most wave conditions while still providing good glide through flat water.
Mako’s bottom shape starts with a single concave for lift and good nose riding capabilities which changes into a forward V in the standing area, promoting rail to rail trim and reactivity. It then converts into a tail concave, providing a flat tail rocker which helps to maintain rail curve for faster tighter turning.
It’s designed for riders up to 220 lbs and comes with FCS color matched fiberglass honeycomb fins, and a comfortable 5 mm thick 3M deck pad.
Weight: 23.7 lbs, 10.79 kg.
Rail Color: Vermilion
Center Fin: 8” Honeycomb Fiberglass
Thruster Fins: 4.7” FCS
We're Proud of Our Green Paddle Boards
Own a paddle board from a company that cares about the environment as much as you do!
Wappa's goal is to build environmentally friendly stand up paddle boards that use materials friendly to the planet while minimizing the carbon footprint created during production.
Our factory is powered by green energy, and we are proud to use epoxy resins containing over 30% biological content, and cores comprised of 25% recycled material
Our factory is powered through Green Energy.
Bamboo is the definition of a sustainable material.
Harvesting bamboo causes it to spread and grow new shoots.
It renews quickly. Harvest it every 3 yrs.
Committed to Recycling
Recycling is considered a best practice at Wappa
92% of our factory's waste is recycled.
Our SUP cores are made with 25% recycled material. - ECOBOARD Project Benchmark
All packing materials are made from 100% recycled cardboard and polythene
Our goal is to reduce the amount of harmful chemicals used to produce our paddle boards.
Our epoxy resin has 31% biological content. - ECOBOARD Project Benchmark
Vacuum bagging reduces the amount of epoxy required in each layer.
Using bamboo eliminates a layer of fiberglass and epoxy.