Catch Surf Womper 16" Hand Plane / Children's Body Board
MAXIMUM TUBE TIME!
The WOMPER® is 16” of floating fun that can be ridden multiple ways to enhance your bodysurfing sesh. Use it like a hand plane to drive through the tubiest of tubes!
Unique 16" Shape Designed for Hi-Performance Body Surfing.
Stiff Dual-Composite Core for Maximum Speed.
High-Density Slick Skin for Extra Durability.
Old-school P/E Deck for Timeless Look and Feel.
Designed by Catch Surf in California, USA.
GREATER TORONTO AREA (GTA)
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FREEOrders over $100, excluding boards $30 Surfskates, iSUPs, balance boards, skimboards, bodyboards, travel board bags $100 Surfboards shorter than 8 foot $200 Surfboards 8 foot and longer
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