iSUP – Queen Stand Up Paddle Board
SUP, Stand up paddle board – Queen
If you have ever considered paddle boarding then Inflatable Stand Up Paddle boards must be considered. iSup’s have come a long way in the last few years allowing for higher pressures and durability, Inflatable Stand Up Paddle Boards are now competing with hard boards
Inflatable Stand Up paddle Board for People weighing up to 80Kg’s
Included in the price is a high flow pump that also helps with deflation, 2 piece alloy paddle and handy ruck sack style bag to keep it safe.
300cm x 79cm, Thickness 14cm, weight 11Kg’s when fully inflated to 15 Psi.
It take approximately 5 minuets to inflate and deflate the stand up paddle board using the high flow pump.
Our Paddle Boards are made to order with a 1-2 week lead time.
Longer Boards will glide further due to increased contact area. Shorter Boards will turn faster
Wider Stand up paddle boards will be more stable. Narrower boards may have a higher top speed and be more manoeuvrable
Thinner stand up paddle boards will be lighter and less expensive, thicker boards will be stiffer
We use High Density Drop Stitch Material with reinforced high stress areas so your Stand Up Paddle boards last longer
Hi Quality, High Density Drop stitch material makes the best iSUP boards around
UK Safety Regulations
In the UK there are no regulations for the use of a personal flotation device (PFD) while using a SUP board in the surf. In flat water environments paddlers should be aware of localised regulations requiring the use of a PFD such as on lakes, rivers and inland waterways. In a teaching environment SUP schools and clubs individual risk assessments may require the use of PFD’s for less confident stand up paddle boarders but there is often no regulations enforcing this. The use of a leash is always recommended in all paddling environments and should be considered a key piece of safety equipment for Stand Up Paddle Boarding. Specific leashes are designed for specific uses of the paddle board.