Not all iSUPs are the same – inflatable stand up paddle board differences

Just as with hard shell stand up paddle boards inflatable SUPs differ in terms of their design characteristics and overall feel. Even though many air boards around the 10′ are predominantly aimed at the recreational paddler there are still differences in performance, which is why we review and test them. SUPM’s editor Tez Plavenieks talks more about the reasons for putting iSUPs through their paces.

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3 Comments on Not all iSUPs are the same – inflatable stand up paddle board differences

  1. The most common inflatable SUP board sizes are 10-12′ long and 4-6′ tick. Weight capacity of single layer is up to 200 lbs and double layer board up to 500 lbs. Quality of SUP board can be checked by inflate capacity limit(PSI). As more u much can inflate it, core and layer are better.

  2. The most common inflatable SUP board sizes are 10-12′ long and 4-6′ tick. Weight capacity of single layer is up to 200 lbs and double layer board up to 500 lbs. Quality of SUP board can be checked by inflate capacity limit(PSI). As more u much can inflate it, core and layer are better.

  3. is it worth considering bargain boards such as Go Venture Stand-Up Paddle Board offered on Groupon at £160.00 ?

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