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Choose your own Adventure, Design your own wood or epoxy inlay paddle board – Starting at $4,200
MADE TO ORDER
Choose from our Design Collections, wood paddle board built to your specs – Starting at $3,200
IN STOCK – BROWSE BY SIZE
Our In Stock – Ready to Ride paddle boards allow you to start enjoying your hollow wood ride without the wait typically associated with our high-demand custom builds.
Buy now, pick up locally or choose from our freight shipping options to receive your board within 3 to 5 business days.
Floats riders up to 140 lbs
Floats riders 120 to 250 lbs
Floats riders up to 350 lbs
ABOUT OUR PADDLE BOARDS
Most of our paddle boards are built in our now famous, “All-Arounder” shape. Many of our customers have found this original style of board to ride “grounded with earth” – with a better response on all types of waters.
The reports from coast to coast are best summed up with quotes like “amazingly smooth” and “synergistic with nature.
Don’t be fooled by the foam core boards masquerading around as eco-friendly with their wood veneers.
At Little Bay Boards we only build paddleboards that are truly eco-friendly.
Our paddleboards are lightweight and float because they are built with a wooden rib and spine frame structure which create a hollow core interior. No foam needed!
The exterior of our paddleboards are built with sustainably forested Cedar woods.
Cedar is a strong but lightweight material that allows us to work with nature to compose an ultimate display of beauty throughout the skins, fin, rails, paddle shaft, and blade.
For added strength, durability, and waterproofing, fiberglass and epoxy are applied to help ensure that when treated properly, these paddleboards will last a lifetime. We use epoxy that is UV stable ensuring the finish remains clear as day one and will not yellow over time.
As always, a “featherlight” handmade wood paddle is included with each paddle board purchase.
The unique bent shaft drives strokes deeper and faster with no deflection which helps ease up the wear and tear on the paddler’s shoulders for much longer peaceful times out on the water.
IN STOCK – BROWSE ALL
About Little Bay Boards Wooden Paddle Boards
Product Review | Wood Paddle Board
Pro SUP Athlete Girard Middleton from Sobe Surf & Paddle gives his review on the look and feel of the ride of a Little Bay Board.
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