We keep our fleet of inflatable SUP boards for
our demos inflated for months at a time and they
never really seem to lose air. Even though most
people think of inflating and deflating their inflatable
SUP every time they go out, what a lot of people
end up doing is just keeping it inflated. The beauty
of these boards is really that they are nearly indestructible
(when compared to an EPS/Epoxy boards that are prone
to getting nicked up). The ability deflate them,
roll them up, and transport them in a tight space
is often times only an occasional thing and sometimes
an afterthought on these inflatable boards.
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?