| Submitted by: Kathy W on 2014-04-17
Summary: I've used the Atcha for paddle board yoga, fishing from and just paddling around. Great universal size and shape.
Pros: Stable without being too big
Usage: Yoga, fishing, touring
Submitted by: Chris on 2014-03-29
Summary: The Hala Atcha is a great downriver board. It's super stable and does what it is suppose to, run whitewater. It's a pig in flatwater, but I don't see why you wouldn't use this as a travel board on vacation. No need to hurry while you are on vacation while exploring. At 6 inches thick and I believe 34 inches wide, you feel like you would have to make yourself fall form this board. It's inflatable so it can take a beating and the permanent quad fin setup will not disappoint. Hala is an interesting company with interesting SUP boards. The Atcha is worth taking a look at if whitewater is your goal.
Pros: It's durable and stable. Makes running your local river very doable.
Cons: Slow in flatwater.