All of our inflatable boards are
intended to be blown up to 10-15 PSI (max tested PSI 25). You'll find
on the boards the last 30-40 pumps will be
fairly difficult, but it's worthwhile to get it
to full inflation. Please note, the gauge that comes with our pump will not register the PSI until the board is at 10 PSI. Don't worry--there's no way to over-inflate or damage your board with this pump--so keep pumping until you get a read on your gauge!
One note on the inflatable
is that they hold air perpetually,
so around our shop we only "deflate" when
we need to transport them in small spaces. You can
just leave them inflated. One of the primary benefits
of the inflatable over the hard board is that it's
almost impossible to damage, so many users even
transport it blown up completely. This way it's
not necessary to inflate and deflate after each
use, which takes a bit of work.
Inflatable Board FAQs
How durable is an iSUP?
Can rocks damage an inflatable SUP?
Are inflatable SUPs good for yoga?
Is it single chamber or are there multiple air sections?
Does it come with a paddle?
Is there a d-ring on the back for a leash?
Does it come with a leash?
Is there an option to buy a shorter center fin?
Can you attach a bungee to the board to store items during transport?
Can you attach a GoPro mount?
Can you add a seat to the board?
How do I inflate my SUP?
How long does the iSUP take to inflate?
What are the recommended and max PSI for the board?
What kind of pump options are there?
What kind of valve is on the board?
Can I use an electric pump with this board?
How do I install the pump gauge?
My gauge won't register, is it broken?
How do I secure the pump nozzle? Do I have the wrong one?
How long can I keep my board inflated?
What is the best way to deflate and roll up the board?
What PSI do I inflate my board to?
How do I install the center fin?
Does the board come with a warranty?