Peak All Around Inflatable Stand Up Paddle Board Package | 10'6" Long x 32" Wide x 6" Thick | Durable and Lightweight SUP | Stable Wide Stance
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- ENDLESS SUMMER FUN ON THE WATER - Inflated: 10'6 x 31" x 6" | Rolled up: 11” x 36” | Weight 23 lbs
- BEST ALL AROUND iSUP DESIGN - Rigid and Stable Shape, Great for All Skill Levels and Conditions
- INCLUDES iSUP ACCESSORY BUNDLE - Paddle, Carry Back Pack, Coil Leash, High Pressure Pump
- TOUGH 6” MILITARY GRADE PVC CONSTRUCTION - No more worry about dings or damage
- 30 DAY GUARANTEE + 1 YEAR WARRANTY ON MATERIALS – Risk Free Returns within 30 Days
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WORLDS BEST ALL AROUND SUP PACKAGE PEAK Paddle Boards available only on Amazon brings the Ultimate paddle board package to you! The PEAK team is committed to bringing you the best quality paddle boards designed and tested by people who surf and paddle everyday. A top quality, thoughtfully designed product at an unbeatable price! 30 DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE! + 1 YEAR WARRANTY Ride it and Love it for 30 Days or Return it! If you don’t love your board we will take it back no questions asked! All we ask is you cover the return freight of $50. We also include a 1 Year Manufactures Warranty against any defect in Materials and Workmanship - We have you covered! SUPER STABLE HIGH END DESIGN & STYLISH LOOK FOR HALF THE PRICE Our PEAK 10’6 Inflatable Paddle Board is built tough from the highest quality military grade PVC and drop stitch material. The end result is a lighter, stiffer, more durable iSUP board without any of the extra weight. The 6” Thickness makes it much more stable and rigid versus the typically 4” thick models and the non slip grip ensures a stable steady ride. The perfect iSUP board to fit all skill levels and an excellent choice for Sup Yoga Enthusiasts, SUP Fishing, Recreational Paddlers, Kids or carrying extra passengers or furry friends! INCLUDES ACCESSORY BUNDLE Includes 3 Piece Aluminum Adjustable Travel Paddle, Coil Ankle Leash, Carry Back Pack, High Pressure Dual Action Pump with Pressure Gauge (Inflates to 15 PSI) and Removable Travel Fin (No Tool Required). MODEL & ACCESSORY SPECS Dimensions: 10-Feet 6-inches x 31-Inches x 6-Inches Volume: 225 Liters Board Weight: 23 lbs Paddle Adjustable: 65” to 86” Rider Weight: Up to 300 Pounds - Experienced riders may exceed this weight
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Package Dimensions : 36.35 x 15.1 x 12 inches; 31 Pounds
- Date First Available : January 9, 2019
- Manufacturer : PEAK Paddle Boards
- ASIN : B07JNPVVN9
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- #107 in Stand-Up Paddleboards
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First off, I recommend you practice inflating it before taking it out. Keep in mind that the gauge doesn't move until you get past 8 PSI; it’s not broken. Just keep going. Also, the valve can be terrifying if you're not used to it. I had it at the boathouse all pumped up but it had been awhile since I'd practiced inflating it and the valve wasn't in the lock setting to cut off the air flow so as soon as I took the air pump off, it spit out a SUPER loud hiss of air that scared me and some boaters nearby. Kind of embarrassing. Practice or take the manual with you if you can’t remember how the valve is supposed to be to cut off air flow. It's not hard but you want to get it right.
My first time out on it, I don't think I had it right up at the recommended 15 PSI, I think it was around 12 or 13. Those last pumps will hurt your arms and back but get them in there. When I took it out on the water for the first time, I had some trouble with maneuvering it. I am very accustomed to 11-12 foot hard boards, and I SUP on the Potomac River in DC which is generally flat but sees its share of wake from boats, scullers, and currents. At first, I could feel EVERYTHING underneath me. Every bounce of the water, every wave, every ripple, literally everything. This may be because it wasn't at the full 15 PSI, and I could tell because my board was sort of bowing inward. And my balance was WAY off, too. It may take a little getting used to if you usually take out epoxy boards.
Disassembling was easy, but the bag seams are not very well constructed so be careful when you zip it up and be patient. Don't yank it. Also, ladies, the board in the bag is SUPER SUPER heavy. My location affords me a nice walk to the river but I will not be walking with this thing anymore. It killed my back. It also took awhile to dry off after I got home-- well over two hours. I don't want it to mildew. The soft foot board was soaked from my sitting on it. Oh, and it also brings in more water than hard boards. Dress to get wet.
Pros: Affordable, beautiful board, seems durable, easy assembly, light to carry once inflated, soft cushy foot board, sturdy tether ropes to keep your stuff in place.
Cons: Not as stable as a hard board, you feel every ripple of water underneath you which can feel alarming, no Go Pro mount for those who want one, VERY heavy which may make traveling with it hard and that's why I bought it.
****Late season update:****
I'm back to give a little more of a review to the board. I've taken it out a lot this summer, so I have more to say. My first time with it on the water was a little rough because I wasn't used to it. Don't give up on it-- keep getting it out on the water. It's been a lot more enjoyable than I thought it would be!
First-- I can't stress enough how important it is to get it to 15PSI. You will have a much better experience on it. I still feel the water through my board when there is chop, but it's not as alarming as the first try. Oh, and it does get easier to pump it but it's still tough. Put your back into it and don't use just your arms. Think like you’re working on the railroad and do some squats while you pump it for an easier experience. It helps to squat and use your core. Personally, I embrace the extra exercise! And the valve-- make sure it's up and twisted counterclockwise or, when you take the air hose off, all the air will come out and make a loud sharp hissing noise and then you have to repump. An error like this will cost you 8PSI and the last 8 are the hardest to get so MAKE SURE the valve is twisted up!
Second-- My third time using the board, I somehow got a scratch on the surface. I don't know how that happened-- it's not as if I brought a needle on board with me and scratched it. I used the glue in the repair kit to patch it but it didn't seem to work because every time some water gets on the surface of the board, it bubbles and hisses. I called Isle Surf and SUP since it's still in warranty, but they are very hard to get in touch with. I'm still trying to get to them after sending an email, phone call, left a voicemail; and a message on Instagram. It's like pulling teeth. A board that is supposed to be this durable to where a car can run it over and not leave a scratch should not already have a scratch on it.
Third-- it's easier to carry in the backpack now that I am used to it. It was insanely heavy at first but I don’t have any problems now.
Fourth-- I took it through some super choppy water and it held up great! At first I thought it would only be good for flat water but it’s just fine in a little chop.
Fifth-- I find that rolling it up to put away for storage is kind of a pain. It's just a little tough and there are sharp corners that form that kind of scare me that they're going to wear or something. I really want to keep this board around for a long time, and I don't always have the budget to buy it, so that makes me nervous.
All things considered, I love the board. I feel so proud to have my own, and I recommend it with just a couple of the caveats I mentioned above. I’ve been stopped so many times by curious paddlers asking where I got it and complimenting me on it, so I highly recommend it. Still staying with 4 stars because of the difficulty I had reaching out to Isle about the scratch.
The 3 that I purchased were:
10'6"x31"x6" Aqua Discover by Gold Coast Surfboards for $500 10'6" Aqua Discover ISUP Package - Inflatable Stand Up Paddle Board (6" Thick), Floating 3 Piece Adjustable Paddle, Dual Action Pump, Leash, Fins, and Backpack by Gold Coast Surfboards
10'8"x31"x6" PEAK SUP by ISLE surf and SUP for $600 PEAK Inflatable Stand Up Paddle Board with Adjustable Paddle, Travel Backpack and Coil Leash, 128 x 31 x 6-Inches, White
10'0"x31"x6" Vilano Navigator by Cycling for Less for $380 Vilano Navigator 10' (6" Thick) Inflatable SUP Stand Up Paddle Board Package
Performance - I only used these 3 boards on calm lakes. All 3 boards performed just fine. I would give a slight edge to the Aqua Discover in stability. It felt more stable when standing on it. But all 3 boards were just fine. I think the price difference is in the accessories and some features.
Aqua Discover $500:
Board - This board is the heaviest of them all. I can tell that the material is thicker than the other boards. It is also harder to roll up and put inside the bag.
Fin - The board has 2 permanent fins and 1 removable fin. What I don't like about the big fin is that it requires a screw to hold it into place. This screw is easily lost and I lost it after 3 uses. In my opinion, it is not good to have a small screw as an integral part of a SUP. Just too small and easy to lose. They need to find a better option to install the fin.
Paddle - The paddle was the heaviest of the 3. But if I didn't have any other paddle to compare it to, I wouldn't have noticed. And the paddle does float for a while. I dropped it in and waited 30 seconds. It seems like it was going to sink as it filled with water, but the top handle seemed to keep it afloat. I think that there was air trapped in it keep it afloat.
Pump & Bungee Strap - This came with an HP2 pump, which is pretty standard. Good pump. Bungee strap was decent.
Bag - This board came with the largest bag of them all. The bag was adequate but nothing special. All the equipment together in the carry bag weighs 34 lbs.
If you plan to hike to the lake any distance, don't get this board. It's weight combined with the bag would make it a tough board to carry any distance.
It is the only board that had front and back bungees. It was nice to have 2 bungees, especially if you want to haul a couple more things on the board such as a dry bag, flip flops, tackle box.
I believe that this board is more for ocean surfers, than lazy lake paddling.
PEAK SUP $600:
Board - This board was very light. The material was more flexible and easier to fold away. It has nicer rubber handles instead of just a nylon strap. (You can see this in their photos)
Fin - This board has a single fin. It is the same shape fin as the Aqua Discover, but it uses a much nicer locking mechanism. (You can see this in their photos)
Paddle - This was the nicest paddle of the 3 boards. It is the lightest of the 3 and just felt like better quality. And the paddle does float for a while. I dropped it in and waited 30 seconds. It seems like it was going to sink as it filled with water, but the top handle seemed to keep it afloat. I think that there was air trapped in it keep it afloat.
Pump & Bungee Strap - This came with an HP2 pump like the Aqua Discover, which is pretty standard. Good pump. Bungee strap was decent.
Bag - This board came with a very high quality bag. Weighing in at 24 lbs, the backpack had nice padded straps and even a waist strap.
This is the paddle board I would take if I had to hike a mile to get to a lake.
The board only has a front bungee. I personally would have liked front and back bungees.
Vilano Navigator $380:
Board - Honestly after using the $500 and $600 boards, I expected this board to be much worse. But it is a nice and stable board. You can tell that the material used is the thinnest of the 3. I believe the board itself weighs less than 20 lbs.
Fin - This is a single fin board. The fin was the thinnest of the 3. The locking mechanism was fine.
Paddle - The paddle that came with this board was pretty standard. I would say it was about the same as the Aqua Discover. But again, all 3 paddles were adequate. And the paddle does float for a while. I dropped it in and waited 30 seconds. It seems like it was going to sink as it filled with water, but the top handle seemed to keep it afloat. I think that there was air trapped in it keep it afloat.
Pump & Bungee Strap - This is where Vilano probably saved their money. The pump included was dramatically worse than the HP2 pumps that came with the other boards. It takes much longer to pump up the board. There was no bungee strap included with the board.
Bag - The bag that came with this board was about the same quality as the Aqua Discover, maybe slightly less. Because the board was so light, the entire bag was only 21 lbs. But the straps sucked so I probably wouldn't lug this to a lake over the PEAK bag at a 3 lb difference.
At $380, it's hard to say this is a bad deal compared to the $500 and $600 boards.
Sadly, I don't have a definite answer. I think that if you are on a budget, the Vilano Navigator at $380 is a great buy. You are saving money with a thinner and lighter board, a crappier bag, pump and no bungee. I mean they had to cut corners on materials to get to that lower price point.
I really like the $600 PEAK board, mainly because of its weight, paddle and backpack. I think you do pay extra to get the nicer backpack features and a higher quality paddle.
The Aqua Discover at $500 is a great middle ground, but the single fin mount just sucks.
When I bought these 3 boards, I didn't know much about SUPs except that I wanted a 10' board at least 6" thick.
If I were to buy again, I'd look for a board around the $450-$500 mark and pay attention to its accessories. The type of pump is very important. It may not seem like much but the difference in pumping a board in 5 minutes vs 10 minutes is pretty big because you do get tired. Especially if you have to pump 3 boards! If you are going to carry the board any distance, pay attention to its weight and the quality of the backpack. I don't know how to judge paddles before a purchase as it is really hard to tell if the paddle is good from photos. Lastly, look for accessories like bungee straps and leak repair kits. All these little things add up if you have to buy them later.
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What really bugs me is that I weight about 250 pounds and, when I'm on the paddleboard, it's not stable at all. My friend tried it and had no problem while I tried his paddleboard, which is 34 inches large instead of 31 and I didn't have any problem on it.
So, if you're not overweight, this thing will work like a charm but if you're looking for stability, look for larger paddleboards, around 33, 34 inches. I didn't think it would make a difference but it really does, big time.
Was great and easy - but given the fact that it is now leaking air 1 star