As with all “race” styled boards, determining which tool is best for the job requires some testing. Take the Ho’ala for a run and you’ll find this board excels in open water where conditions tend to exaggerate the “roll” affect found on many other fourteens. Our more boxy rail design causes the board to “self correct” virtually eliminating the need for constant stability adjustments as you reach out over the rail. A more relaxed rocker, lower profile and wider nose area make the Ho’ala quick to plane in downwind or crosswind situations. A proven heavy water competitor, she’s consistently placed in the stock fourteen class during the Molokai2Oahu World Championships! So if you’ve got tough conditions to deal with, put the Ho’ala to the test. You’ll be glad you did.

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