Swirl Eco Paddle Board pre order for 2019
The Swirl is $1400.
Pre Order non refundable deposit of %50 ($700), 25% ($350) due Feb. 28 2019, 25% ($350) due Mar. 31 2019. Boards arrive in April. Delivery can be arranged
Swirl is designed for the ladies!
Because of its size, the Swirl is a pleasure for even the smallest ladies to paddle.
It has the same specifications as the Classic so it will be great for beginners up to 200 lbs, and supports riders up to 230lbs.
Swirl’s graphics were created by Colombian artist and surfer Naia Jai. She was inspired by the curling waves at her favorite surf spot outside Santa Marta.
The raised diamond deck pad by 3M provides a thick comfortable grip while quickly dissipating water through the grooved channels.
Beginners to paddling will love the squaretail as it helps with flotation and improves stability without compromising speed.
Dimensions 10’6” x 32” x 4.5”
Weight 10.8 kg, 23.9 lbs.
Rail Color Mexican Magenta
Style All Around
Center Fin 8" Honeycomb Fiberglass
Thruster Fins 4.7"
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.
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.
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.
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.