Demo Palli 9ft TEEN

$449.00 CAD

Availability: In stock Category Tag

We have 3 of these left. A couple black and one Teal. These boards are in great condition and have only been used a few times. Basically a brand new board but at a discounted price!

The 9′ Palli Teen is the ideal board for young adults (11-15) getting into paddle boarding. While designed with stability and maneuvrability in mind, speed hasn’t been sacrificed. This is the perfect board for getting into paddle boarding and developing the skills before transitioning into a larger board size when required. It is also a great surfboard!


  • Materials – Palli uses Fusion MSL Woven Material for our inflatable Paddle Boards as it’s proven to increase ride and durability.
  • Construction – Our composite construction, welded seams, and reinforced core provide an optimal ride and maximum product lifespan.
  • Handles – Our handles are customized designed for easy carrying and loading. Larger Palli Paddle Boards have added handles for tandem carrying.
  • Deck pad – Our 4mm diamond-pattern deck pads cut from one piece for maximum durability. Our diamond-pattern provides the ultimate grip and amazing foot comfort.
  • D-Rings – Form and function. We use the simplest and lightweight design possible.
  • Max. Payload: 150lbs
  • Materials: Super Lightweight Woven MSL Fusion
  • Fin System: 2 Removable 4in Side Fins, 7in Removable Center Fin
  • Length: 9’0”
  • Width: 32”
  • Thickness: 5”
  • Net Weight: 7.5 Kgs
  • Max. Air Pressure: Tested to 20 PSI. Recommended 15 PSI

Board Only, Accessories NOT Included

For Accessories: Rolling Travel Bag, Carbon Fibre Paddle and Hand Pump, please head to our accessory page.



The Palli Difference

Our designs are simple, classic and timeless

From our raw material selection, construction methods and printing quality, all of our 2021 boards are constructed with highest quality woven MSL Fusion raw materials using state of the art welding technology on the inner seams to create the lightest and most durable boards.

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