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  • 11' Length
  • 31" Width
  • 24 Weight (lbs)
  • $ 699.99 MSRP

132 Current Description

The New and Improved 132 Current by California Board Company. Its inflatable design makes it a breeze to carry, store, and transport, and it even comes with a high-pressure, dual action pump for easy inflation. Made of drop-stitched PVC tarpaulin in blue and white, this stand up paddle board is a great choice for novice or intermediate paddlers. Plus, it comes complete with the an adjustable removable seat for when you want to take a break from paddling, dual action pump, a leash, single fin system, repair kit, bungee system, eva traction pad and convenient storage backpack. Maximum weight capacity is 300 pounds.

132 Current Reviews

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132 Current Specifications

  • Seating Configuration: Solo
  • Weight: 24 lbs
  • Length: 11'
  • Center Width: 31"
  • Max Capacity: 300 lbs
  • Board Thickness: 6"
  • Primary Material: Folding/Inflatable

132 Current Features

  • Structure: Inflatable
  • Hull Shape: Planing
  • # of Fin Boxes: 1

Recommended Usage

  • Activity Type: All-Around
  • Water Type: Flat/Sheltered Water, Open Water/Ocean
  • Duration: Day Trip
  • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Smaller Adult/Child, Average Adult

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132 Current Reviews

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I bought this board at...

I bought this board at Sam's Club last summer. Got it for a great price, $549. I was back and forth between it and a foam board that my neighbor bought. I'm happy with my selection - though he loves his foamie!! This board is hard to blow up using the pump that came with it, so i'll get an electric one at some point. The pump works fine, but it's a workout! My board it so cool because it comes with a molded seat that you can use as a kayak when you get tired. I weigh 228 and it supports me just fine. I think it's more stable than my friends foam board, though his does turn a bit easier! But i can get anywhere i need to and i feel like i'm never going to fall off! I paddle, and sometimes fish on my board - it's pretty awesome! Pros Really light, big surface, traction and a seat for when i get tired. Can SUP or Fish or Kayak on it!! Cons Blowing it up is tiring, so i leave it inflated. I can store it this winter deflated though. Usage Exercise, touring, fishing, kayaking FUN!

Bought this board for my...

Bought this board for my Wife and I think I've used it more for myself! Have been out in 3ft chop and been okay. Ideally I think this board is better suited for a 125-175lb paddler. I'm 200lbs and the board sits a little low in the water for me. The durability has been good. You May want to replace the stock paddle it's a good starter to lose. I would recommend this to a new paddler. We use it in the ocean, lakes and rivers. Pros Durable for river use Reasonable price ($599) Comes with a paddle Cons Doesn't track as well as my other boards A little heavy Usage Mostly used for exercise.

Just recently bought the...

Just recently bought the CBC foam 13' Stand Up Paddle Board. We have a boat slip at Lake Pueblo in Colorado. I love taking it to the different coves and paddling in the no wake zones. It is a great work out and great entertainment watching others master the SUP. Pros Great exercise. Great way to meet other boaters and SUP owners. Can take the SUP to lakes that motorized boats are not allowed. Cons Takes a some time to be able to use it well. Usage Use it every weekend at the lake mostly for exercise and to get to parts of the lake that are very shallow.

First Time on a board....

First Time on a board. Little nervous but board was forgiving . Pros Stable Cons Ridges were a little hard to get use to. Usage Recreational

Awesome lightweight board...

Awesome lightweight board that doubles as a kayak of sorts:) Can't wait for summer!! Pros Light, versatile, backpack & seat kit included! Cons Wonder if a bit shorter might be just as manoeuvrable :) Usage Stand up paddle, kayaking, and recently got inspired to think about trying yoga on it this summer;)