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Atcha Reviews

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This board is versatile,...

This board is versatile, sturdy, and a beast when it comes to durability. I have used this board for going down the Colorado, surfing waves in Mexico, touring in Hawaii, and on the lakes of Italy. The beauty is it can do it all, and it it can easily travel with you. The bag, the package, the board, it is all well worth the money. I wouldn't buy any other brand.

I took out a Hala Atcha...

I took out a Hala Atcha last weekend on the Colorado River and had an absolute blast. Class 1s and 2s were easily maneuvered and the board felt ultra stable. I'm definitely thinking about picking up one of these boards! Pros Super stable and it's a really good looking board Cons $$$$ Usage River touring

I've used the Atcha for...

I've used the Atcha for paddle board yoga, fishing from and just paddling around. Great universal size and shape. Pros Stable without being too big Cons Usage Yoga, fishing, touring

The Hala Atcha is a great...

The Hala Atcha is a great downriver board. It's super stable and does what it is suppose to, run whitewater. It's a pig in flatwater, but I don't see why you wouldn't use this as a travel board on vacation. No need to hurry while you are on vacation while exploring. At 6 inches thick and I believe 34 inches wide, you feel like you would have to make yourself fall form this board. It's inflatable so it can take a beating and the permanent quad fin setup will not disappoint. Hala is an interesting company with interesting SUP boards. The Atcha is worth taking a look at if whitewater is your goal. Pros It's durable and stable. Makes running your local river very doable. Cons Slow in flatwater. Usage Whitewater