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10' 6 ISUP Tour

10' 6 ISUP Tour Description

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10' 6 ISUP Tour Reviews

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Weighing only 21 pounds,...

Weighing only 21 pounds, this portable stand up paddle board can go from storage down below or in your car trunk to the waters edge in less than 30 minutes. Six inches thick with eight D-rings around the board allow you to fasten gear, a seat, ankle leash or life jacket to keep you warm and dry. The board comes with a carry back pack, a pump and patch kit. Easy to Launch - Fun to Paddle - Easy to Store Eight D-rings to attach seat, ankle leash and more. Two permanent fins and 1 removeable enable straight tracking. Extra large non skid area allows easy movement all around. Inflate heavy duty military grade drop stitch fabric to 10PSI. Pros Easily transportable, lightweight I carry it about 500 yards down to the water and back takes about 15 minutes to inflate but you can leave it inflated for extended periods of time. Very adaptable with the D rings you can attach two kayak seats and take out two to three people on it whether paddle boarding or kayaking. It's inflatable so it's softer if you fall down and doesn't seem to have a lot of Give or sag. i've owned it for a year and not had any major wear or tear and I use it regularly in South Florida and average of 2 to 3 times per week, i'm 220 pounds and six feet tall, so while I feel like it's big enough for me I want to upgrade to a 12 1/2 foot board so that I can get more serious about earning money in races. If not for that I think I would be very happy with this board for a long time but either way it will make a nice second board for when people come to visit,and I think I paid around $680 for it Cons The only thing I don't like about it is that I'm at a severe disadvantage when racing against other people that are on a board 2 feet longer I have Maxxed this board out at 4.3 mph Usage Mainly exercise/recreation