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Supflex 10' Inflatable Stand Up Paddleboard (6" Thick) | 2-YR Warranty, includes Backpack, Paddle, HP Pump & Free Leash
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- SUPER STABLE & RIGID - The 6" thickness combined with the double PVC layer construction and the high pressure applied (15 psi) makes this board super stable and rigid. The all-around design is great for all skill levels and conditions providing good balance between stability, maneuverability and speed.
- PORTABLE AND LIGHT - It is 10'x30"x6" inflated and only 1' foot in diameter and 33" wide when rolled up, also it's only 22 lbs weight.
- HIGHLY DURABLE - Built with a double military-grade PVC layer outside, the Supflex is very durable and resistant, you can run it into the rocks or drive over it with your vehicle.
- COMPLETE iSUP ACCESSORY BUNDLE - Includes dual action high pressure hand pump, removable fin, 3-piece adjustable aluminum paddle, carry back pack & coiled Leash.
- 30 DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE + 2 YEAR WARRANTY ON MATERIAL - No risk return within 30 days. We offer only the highest quality products and stand behind them 100%.
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The 10' All-Around Supflex iSUP is super stable and easy to ride. The All-around design provides good balance between stability, maneuverability and speed, which make this paddleboard the perfect choice for beginners and casual riders.
SUPER STABLE AND RIGID- Riding a Supflex will make you feel like you are on a hard board without compromising stability or performance. The high pressure capacity combined with our 6" thickness and 30" wide makes Supflex extremely stable and easy to ride. The 6" thickness makes it much more stable and stiffer versus the typically 4" thick models.
DURABLE AND RESISTANT- The board is constructed with reinforced composite drop stitch core inside, providing a highly tensile, rigid core which holds pressure beyond 15 psi. Outside there is a double military-grade PVC layer, making it substantially stronger than a rigid board and virtually indestructible, you can run with a car over it!
COMPACT WHEN DEFLATED- When deflated, the board can be rolled up to a small size roll, allowing you to carry it in the trunk of your car and easily store in a closet. In addition, a backpack is included so you can easily carry your board to all your adventures.
Built with military-grade double layer PVC
Crocodile skin EVA deck; great comfort for practicing Yoga or sitting on the board
Neoprene carry handle for painless transport
3 fins set (1 removable)
4 stainless steel D-rings with bungee cord and 1 D-ring near tail
High pressure double action hand pump with pressure gauge (inflate 50% faster!)
3-piece adjustable FLOATING aluminum paddle, great for transport and can be adjusted to rider height. Don't sink in the water!
Top quality Backpack Bag
Board Dimension: 10'x30"x6" (inflated)
Board weight: 22 lbs
Rider Weight: Up to 300 pounds
Color: Blue (Size: 10'x30"x6")
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The shipping box was a reasonable size to carry up my stairs by myself (I am a 6ft male) but if you find it problematic just open the box and carry the rolled up board by itself. It comes bundled up nicely with a handy strap securing it in the rolled position. This easily overlooked strap is a great feature because it makes the un-inflated board easy to carry without the bag, and makes it very simple to put into the included pack. If i can park close to the water I will likely not even put the board in the bag.
The backpack itself is very generously sized, and it is simple to slide the board in. There is ample room to put the rest of the accessories in the bag, and then it has both a cinch line to close the top, as well as 2 straps that can loop over to make things extra secure. The shoulder straps are padded, with a chest buckle, and there is also a padded waist strap if you have to hike a distance to the water. There is also a padded hand grip between the shoulder straps to carry with or help lift onto your shoulders.
After unrolling the board, you will see the “design” area is a nice supple gator skin type anti slip mat for your feet. In the pictures online it almost looks printed on and I worried there might not be a good foot pad, but it is definitely there. The padded carry handle is well placed for balanced carry. The bungee area is not too large, but can fit a small dry sack. The board does in fact have 3 fins; 2 small fins which are permanent, as well as the removable main fin. A nice touch on the small fins are inflatable fin guards so when the board is rolled up they wont damage the material they contact.
Speaking of the fin, there is a 1 star review from a person who said their fin was lost. I worried about that, so I wanted to give you some detail on the fin system. There is a deep channel for the fin to slide in, and then a small tab (which is on a lanyard) that you slide into a slot to lock the fin in place. This tab has its own locking tab that clicks into place when you insert it into the fin channel, and to remove it you must press it down on the far side to unlock it. Even without that tab in place, the fin slides into the groove snugly, and from front to back meaning it should be held into place by forward motion of the board anyway. My opinion is that it would be difficult for the fin to fall out unless you struck it on a rock or the bottom very hard.
The pump works in dual or single action mode. In dual action it pushes air into the board on both up and down strokes. The pressure gauge will not give any reading until the board starts becoming fairly rigid, so don't assume right away something is wrong. Once the pressure is higher, you twist a cap on the pump to change to single action mode which is half as fast but allows higher pressure air to be pumped with less force.
The valve on the board is covered by a cap, and is simple to plug the air hose into with a quarter turn. The valve opens automatically with each pump of air and locks the pressure in. To deflate the board you push the pin in the center of the valve. One tip they don’t tell you is if you push the valve pin in and turn it slightly, it will lock open so you don’t have to keep your finger on it the whole time it deflates.
The paddle comes in 3 pieces, and has very clear markings for size to make it easy to assemble consistently or adjust for different riders. I measured the paddle and the markings are very accurate, and indicate the number of inches from the tip of the blade to top of the “T” grip. There is a foam core in at least one piece to keep the paddle floating if you drop it.
The last thing I wanted to give was a few impressions and tips. The bag is big enough to put everything in, but the blade section of the paddle is longest and comes right to the top. If you put that part in the bag I would suggest placing the blade at the top of the bag so the bare metal of the pole wont have a chance to rip the mesh when you cinch the bag closed. Alternatively, I place that section of the paddle on the outside of the bag and strap it down with the available adjustable straps. There are only 2 minor “negatives” I came across. First, there aren’t any included instructions, though most everything is self explanatory or items I have tried to clear up here. Second is that the foam grip on the paddle has a small indentation from being packaged against another part as you can see in one of the pictures. I am hoping that indentation will go away over time and after the foam heats up in the sun a couple of times.
All in all I think this package seems like a great deal and I cant wait to put more hours on the board!
Here are a few of the reasons why. First and foremost, there was a problem with shipping, which was my fault. I was trying to get two boards before my wife and I went on vacation, so I wanted to make sure I would receive them before we left. I found a phone number on the Supflex website and gave it a call without having very high expectations. Boy, was I wrong! A guy named Hudson picked up. To this day, I'm not sure what his title or position is at Supflex, but I found out the number was his cell phone. I made phone calls back and forth over the course of a few days both early in the morning and late at night, and Hudson either answered immediately or got back to me within ten minutes or so. This is just something you don't see from companies anymore. Hudson worked with Amazon to insure the boards would get to me in time, and sure enough we received them before our vacation started. Crisis averted!
Once we received them, my wife and I quickly unboxed and inflated them. My first impression was that the boards were built tough. The rubber feels thick and the seams all looked like they were well manufactured. We inflated one of the boards in the living room. This is a little bit of a workout, probably taking about 200 pumps or so to get to 12 psi. Once filled, the board felt solid. I stood on it in the living room with all of my 225 pounds and the board didn't seem to budge. I was quite impressed. The paddle seemed decent and the backpack was plenty large to store the board and the paddle with some room to spare. The shoulder straps were thick and looked like they would be comfortable if you were going to walk a little ways to get to whatever body of water you were looking to board on.
The next day we took the boards out to the lake near our house. Our over-anxiousness to use the boards was a mistake. Monsoon season has started where I live, which means we get short thunderstorms almost every night with the accompanying winds. We hit the water right about the time the winds kicked up to about 25 miles per hour, but we were so excited to use the boards we kept going anyway. We ended up blowing down wind for about 5 minutes, and then spent about 30 minutes fighting the wind to get back to shore. Definitely not a great maiden voyage, but definitely not the boards fault.
Later that night, the wind died down and we headed back over to the lake. This was a much better experience. I noticed a number of things about the Supflex board. They are definitely sturdy. I rented a solid board during one of my previous trips, and that board weighed about 70 pounds. The solid board was a little more sturdy, but the Supflex board was still easy to ride and is much easier to carry at roughly 25 pounds. The six inch board thickness keeps your feet out of the water, even for a guy my size. The board tracks well. When I had previously rented boards, I spent a lot of time alternating sides while paddling to try to keep a relatively straight line. With the Supflex, I can paddle 8 to 10 times on each side without a large deviation in direction.
The Supflex definitely holds weight well. I rode with my son who weighs about 50 pounds with absolutely no problem. The board still felt solid as can be. At one point, my wife had herself and two of our kids on the board, and there were still no problems.
We've since been out a couple of times. I've had zero problems even with some fairly hard use. I've noticed absolutely no deflation whatsoever. The board was as solid after a three hour trip as it was when we started. My wife, kids and I played several rounds of "Bumper Boards", ramming into each other and trying to knock each other off the boards. No problems at all. It was great family time.
Overall, I definitely would recommend the Supflex boards. They ride great, seem like excellent quality, and with a two-year warranty and the terrific customer service from Hudson, I have no reason to think I won't be using these boards for a long time to come. In fact, I could see Santa bringing a couple more boards to our house for the kids later this year.