Jib your way down the local river and catch surf on the fly. The Hala Atcha 8’6” is great for those who don’t want to compromise between downriver and surf performance, while maintaining stability.
A smaller version of the Hala Atcha 9’6”, this SUP is great for whitewater paddlers who are smaller or who want something sporty that is still built with stability in mind. The Atcha 8’6” serves up the maneuverability to style rapids and the rocker to surf steeper holes along the way.
This innovative SUP design is agile and persistent in whitewater. The patented Stompbox™ 2 fin system allows for running the shallowest (or bouldery-ist) of rivers year-round. Hop on an Atcha 8’6” and you’ll see that 8’6”x 34” x 6” board IS enough.
The long fin on the StompBox 2 brings speed and precision to this high-rocker stomp & surf board.
Nobody even knew how fun a traditional surf fin would be on the river because they were too scared of supermanning off of their board. Feel the speed and drive of the StompBox 2 as you paddle up a boiling eddy and catch one last surf before you catch back up to your friends.
Atcha 96, Atcha 86, or Atcha 711 - Which is the right call?!
- The Atcha 86 hits a stability-meets-surf sweetspot. It wants you to stomp, spin, play, and drive.
- The Atcha 711 wants you to jib, surf, bob and weave. It still has that strong Stompbox-2-drive but there's a bit less speed and and a bit more spin, splat, ollie, and swerve.
- The Atcha 96 is our most stability-driven, maneuverable, and stout Atcha for charging whitewater, punching big holes, running higher volume rivers, and theoriginal whitewater SUP board that will get you stoked and full of confidence and stomp.
Backcountry Rolling Backpack
Patented Stompbox 2.0™ Fin System with 8” Stompbox Center Fin