Ten Toes 10' Weekender Inflatable Stand Up Paddle Board Bundle
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- This is the most stable inflatable standup paddle board for people of all skill levels (recommended weight limit is 250lbs)
- Made of military-grade PVC, making it virtually indestructible
- Measures 10'x30x6" when inflated & is just as firm & stable as other SUPs, can be rolled up into compact package 11x36" for easy transport and storage
- ISUP bundle comes with indestructible iSUP, 3PC adjustable & lightweight aluminum paddle, 3 fins, manual pump, & repair kit
- Includes Ten Toes' 2 year warranty
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From the manufacturer
Paddle Like You Mean It
Performs as well as a hard board
Ten Toes inflatable standup paddle boards are just as rigid, robust, and reliable as a traditional hard epoxy board. However, our boards are better because they’re deflate-able, roll-up-able, store-able, and travel-able. Keep them hidden away in attics and garages until the snow thaws and the sun shines, then take them, unwrap them, unroll them, and inflate them for another glorious season of paddle boarding.
Yes, inflatable. You read that right.
Inflatable. Our boards are inflatable and virtually indestructible. Our construction process makes our boards essentially immortal. We start from the interior of the board and work our way out using dropstitch, which is basically a really fancy, really gnarly sewing method. It uses tens of thousands of thick, strong, plastic threads to hold the top and the bottom base cloth pieces together. There are about 100 threads every square inch, which guarantees rigidity and maintained shape (otherwise it might look like a sagging banana).
Unpoppable = Unstopable
We pride ourselves on inspiring daily mischief among our riders. We’ve anticipated your shenanigans and we’ve made our boards impervious to them accordingly. In addition to the exceptionally strong construction process, Ten Toes’s inflatable standup paddle boards are made from the same material as inflatable kayaks. That means our boards fare better in rocky conditions than traditional hard epoxy boards. When traditional hard boards scrape something, they get dinged. Sometimes when they get dinged, the physical integrity of the board can be compromised. Don’t be a dingus. Get a board that can’t be dinged.
What Comes in the Box
- Inflatable Standup Paddle Board
- Ultra lightweight 3pc adjustable aluminum paddle
- 3 Removable nylon fins, for the Nano, Weekender, and Yogi. 1 fin for Globetrotter
- High-pressure manual pump with PSI gauge
- Nylon strap to keep board tautly wrapped
- Repair Kit
- Super awesome handbook to make you feel like the cool kid you are
- Everything You Need For Your Kind Of Adventure
Adventure On Your Terms
We are Ten Toes Board Emporium and we're about to change the way you adventure. Beef up your thrill-seeker’s arsenal with an inflatable standup paddle board that you can effortlessly take everywhere. Paddle your way out onto the ocean, into a bay, or onto a lake and soak up the beauties of the natural world while inadvertently exercising your entire body (and obviously having a ton of fun). When you’re finally tuckered out, deflate your board, roll it up, wrap it up, and stuff in your trunk (imagine how many boards you can fit in an itty bitty hybrid hatchback!) and go on your merry way. Never let the inconvenience of traveling with outdoor equipment put a hamper on your childlike senses of wonder and spontaneity.
Dropstitch provides the same sturdiness, stiffness, and dependability as traditional hard epoxy boards while also affording more pliability, which means it’ll last longer. Tens of thousands of thick strong threads hold the top and bottom base cloths together. This framework is covered in a multi-layer protective shell and then in a layer of military-grade PVC. Indestructible, baby.
Simple To Transport And Store
Ten Toes Boards takes the 'ugh' out of 'struggles' with our incredibly transportable inflatable paddle boards that deflate and roll up into compact packages measuring about 11 inch wide by 36 inch long. (That’s basically a really big yoga mat.) Turn any smart car into a clown car for weekend adventurers. We also include a nylon strap that clips around the rolled up board to keep it fully burrito-ed.
An Unwitting Workout
Standup paddle boarding is serious fun. We’re not saying you’ll be good at it right away and we’re not saying you won’t fall into the water. But we are saying you’ll have a ton of fun and exercise without noticing! Paddle boarding engages muscles all over your body at the same time, so you get a full body workout. If you’re more Lewis than you are Clark, don’t worry, you can sit down, too.
Decked Out To Be Comfortable
- Equipped with a super soft EVA textured foam deck pad. Human tested, doggo approved.
- Comes with a 3 piece ergonomic adjustable and lightweight aluminum paddle.
- Reinforced carry handle.
- Removable fins to make rolling it up easy.
- Standardized H3 valve so your board stays inflated.
The Ultimate Travel Companion
Perfect gadgetry for traveling everywhere. Adventure on the go when you’re camping, RVing, flying, boating, and road tripping. Paddle board in any weather condition.
We stand behind our boards. They are strong and sturdy and reliable. We warranty the boards from all manufacturer defects for two years. Please read the official warranty on our website for more information.
|Nitty Gritty||Petite Board: smaller beginning riders, fun and fitness, get a hang of the sport||Everybody Board: everything, fitness, fun, dog-approved||Everybody Board: Extra wide and designed specifically for SUP Yoga||Beginner Racer: touring, slicing through water|
|Rolled up Dimensions||11"x36"||11"x36"||11"x36"||11"x36"|
|Eva Textured Deckpad||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Standardized H3 Valve||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|3 Piece Lightweight Aluminum Adjustable Paddle||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Max Rider Weight||140 lbs||275 lbs||275 lbs||300 lbs|
Color: Black/Red - 2016
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If you're at all paranoid about sharks, you should consider limiting it's use to fresh water - I live at the ocean and the only thing that worried me at all is the extremely remote possibility of a shark attack. No, seriously, it happens occasional here - sharks love to bite surfboards, evidently they confuse them for turtles. If a shark takes a bite out of a foam board, it will still float, but this... The thing that eases my mind is that this is so much bigger than a regular surfboard, a shark would have to be a serious badass to take a run at it - and if that's the case, just being in the water, board or no board, would be equal risk. I'm in the water several times a week, snorkeling, diving, swimming, paddling, or boarding, and have been for years, and though I've seen a few reef sharks, neither me or any or anyone I know has ever had a confrontation, so I think I'll be okay on this board.
This is a good recreational paddleboard, so if you're looking for a performance board, you probably won't be satisfied with it. This board is designed for people like me who want to have access to a paddleboard once in awhile, but who don't have room to store one. When deflated, this board rolls up to about the size of two sleeping bags stacked end on end, so it fits easily in a coat closet. We put ours in the linen closest and it fit on the floor under the shelves with some free space left over on the floor. It comes with a pump and a repair kit, if you need it, so it's a complete set. The only thing that would make it better is if it came with a duffel bag to put it in when you're hauling it or storing it, but any cheapo duffel will work as long as it's big enough (36" x 16" would work, but 36" x 18" would make it easier to load in the bag.) I'll put up a video when I get a chance, because this board is really something you have to see to believe! Oh, and if you are going to use it in anything bigger than a swimming pool, you should definitely get a leash for it.
PS - Writing reviews has become an accidental hobby for me, and it always makes my day to know that people find my reviews helpful (and if not, why.) Also, if you have any questions, clarifications, or comments please feel free to leave a comment below. I usually respond pretty quickly and almost always within 24 hours. This item was provided for review consideration.
I noticed right away that I can fit the entire thing (board, pump, paddle, leash, and fins) inside a standard issue military sized duffel bag! ( a cheaper option for some). Which absolutely rocked. This board pump is also pretty tiring. I inflate mine in approx 5 minutes and can roll it up in about 3-4 minutes. The board is very light and easy to carry while inflated. I'm super impressed with the quality in which it's built. It's already proven to be a great purchase and I would reccomend it to anyone, especially someone carrying large dogs! Alfied loves it!
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The board itself is a 5-star purchase. the paddle is just okay and the pump does the job, but there are a few caveats. First the good: the board is of very good quality. Like another reviewer, I had a tough time getting the main fin in. It looked like the plastic was a bit to big. I gently sanded it down with a nail file to get it to fit (still snuggly). The board comes with an additional deck pad, too, which is a nice tough. My other board has a bungee system in the back. The front bungee makes for much easier access.
Now the not-as-good: the paddle is just okay. It seems to get water inside it and it can be heavy after an hour or so of vigorous paddling. The two-part system is also good for transportation, but seems a little chintzy. The pump is my least favorite thing. I cannot get it past 14 PSI and I end up sweating bullets. I'm 5'3" and I end up using my entire weight for the final 10 pumps. Sometimes the hose gets disconnected from the foot pump. When I tighten it, the gauge is a little off to the side. Kind of annoying, but I can get it to the safe zone.
This board is thicker than a lot of epoxy ones on the market. It rides higher above the water, which is nice if I'm trying to keep my feet dry. I do need to add more length to my paddle than when I'm on my other board. To me, this iSUP (the only inflatable I've ever tried), has a "bouncy" feel to it compared to the epoxy one. At first, I wasn't used to the slight flex and I felt really unstable. Today, I decided to dedicate some real time to practicing on this and I actually really enjoy it. It now feels very stable. It's slower than the epoxy board, but maneuvers pretty well. I'm also a lot less worried about crashing (gently) into rocks with this.
Finally, I was so tickled that I posted an Instagram picture of my cat standing on the board in my living room. I think Ten Toes must have a very nice community of employees because a bunch of people liked the photo. I have a feeling that if you buy this board, you will have lots of virtual peers who can help you troubleshoot and just encourage you to get on the water. I really like that kind of "social enterprise" business model.