Cala: The Inflatable SUP for the Wild in Each of Us!

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A new company’s launch is no small endeavor. In the midst of a whirling planet, changing tides and potential rain, Sebastian Grazzini – former pro skier – chose to go all-in on Cala Boards, a new brand of inflatable stand up paddle boards including gorgeous graphics, elements of eco-conscious construction and a lifestyle which says, “Let’s Keep Paddling!”.

Check out the brand welcome below written by Chrissy Habian.

Cala boards inflatable stand up paddleboards
Built for adventure with stability and longevity in mind, these boards are stable enough to bring along a stowaway and your best friend.

Cala Boards:  Building a Brand with Sebastian Grazzini

Introducing Cala: the SUP brand to celebrate the wild in every body!

Founder Sebastian Grazzini, finds joy and success in several sports – including professional skiing and mixed martial arts – but his newest endeavor is inspiring others to get out on the water. That’s why Grazzini launched Cala, a premier inflatable SUP board with a high quality product line and kick-ass brand.

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Why just feel good when you can look good too?! Cala boards graphic designs are colorful and playful stand outs within the inflatable paddleboard industry.

Eco-Conscious and Built for Paddling

There are plenty of companies out there that sell paddle boards to varying degrees of success and water consciousness. Enter the Cala 2022 line of inflatable SUP boards! The brand stands out because consumers can feel confident and secure in every purchase knowing this brand makes products for water-lovers. In fact, their love of water is clearly demonstrated throughout all aspects of Cala’s design and manufacturing process.

For example, all of Cala’s deck pads are made with BLOOM technology. BLOOM, an Algix brand, is the first algae-blend material that functions like plastic without any of the negative environmental risks. Cala’s implementation of BLOOM technology has already resulted in 451 liters of clean water being returned to its natural marine habitat, and 282 cubic meters of air cleaned.

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BLOOM algae deck technology not only looks good but performs well underfoot, keeping paddlers stable and comfortable for longer paddles.

The BLOOM deck material not only removes harmful phosphorus and ammonia present in industrial and agricultural waste-water and air emissions, but it also is a great, durable material to have on your paddle board. The deck is grippy in all the right places.

Cala Boards inflatable stand up paddle board
Get a grip! Cala boards are a diverse range of board styles, sizes and shapes to incorporate almost any kind of water play you can create, even tow wave riding!

Additionally, Cala has an HDX Air System construction for this line of inflatable paddle boards. The HDX construction includes an Ultra Reinforced, High Density, Cross Woven Polyester Dropstitch creating an unparalleled rigidity and strength in each board. Plus, every Cala board comes with a full carbon adjustable paddle so you can paddle longer.

Cala Boards carbon stand up paddle
Get ready for 2022 with Cala’s attractive all carbon adjustable paddles. The fun has just begun!

Cala:  Design + Construction in a Single Package

Cala’s 2022 debut product line is impressive. The launch boasts nine premium inflatable boards ranging in level from curious beginner to niche athlete. Let’s take a look at their four “all-round” boards: the Mazu, Maui, Chac, and Mana. Each are perfect options for both beginners and seasoned paddlers to get out on the water. These boards are nimble, but also stable enough to bring a puppy or small child out for some adventure. The all-around boards range from 10’6” – 11’ and include the Cala signature X-woven Dropstitch construction for extra durability.

Next, there are three touring models: the Kanaloa, Ikatere, and Atla. These touring boards are built for long distance touring and open sea navigation for the veteran athlete. In this board range, in lengths from 10’8” to 11’6”, athletes will find a quick turning ability, pointy noses for moving through chop or wind, and comfortable decks to keep feet comfortable for hours.

Last, but certainly not least, the Cala rafting model (11’ Oceanus) and yoga model (10’8”) are designed with custom graphics. These are relaxing options for paddlers looking for the thrill of river rafting or the private zen of a SUP yoga session.

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Enjoy the ride with Cala board’s good-looking graphics, specialized deck padding, bungee tie-downs, tri-fin set up, air pump, leash and travel bag all in one package.

What’s in the Cala Kit?

Each Cala paddle board combines great looking graphics with high quality construction to match the vibe of every aquatic adventure. What’s more, each model contains specific details, including daisy chain bungee straps, air pump, tri-fin set up and a two wheeled backpack making adventure travel with your SUP that much easier! Every detail is thoughtfully designed to enhance your time on the water.

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Every Cala board includes carbon paddle, BLOOM deckpad, bungee straps, tri fin setup, leash, air pump, attractive wheeled back pack and repair kit.

Cala Lifestyle:  Living the Wild in Your Life

Cala’s dedication to protecting the water is not only visible in their choice of material for deck pads, it is also the pillar of the entire Cala brand. When you see the name Cala, think freedom, exhilaration, beauty, and adventure.

Sebastian Grazzini created the brand not just for enthusiasts who frequently paddle or live in coastal regions. Rather, he designed Cala to appeal to the natural connection to water that he believes is found deep within every individual on this planet. The Cala team understands how powerful time our time is out on the water. The 2022 Cala product line represents an array of stand up paddle boards to support all of the adventures that keep us connected to our aquatic roots.

Written by, Chrissy Habian

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