8' Quest I-SUP

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8' Quest I-SUP Description

The Scott Burke 8’ Quest Inflatable Stand Up Paddle Board (I-SUP) is made from double layered PVC coated & reinforced fabric. The drop stitch technique ensures that the board has a controlled shape and can be inflated to high pressure for maximum performance while supporting up to 175 lbs.! At only 15lbs (inflated), the Quest is fun and easy to maneuver even for a smaller junior rider, which is the recommended user for an 8’ SUP like this one. I-SUPs are particularly advantageous over traditional SUPs because they can quickly be deflated after use and stored on your boat or in your apartment where you typically might not have the extra space to house a SUP. Additionally, ISUPs can easily be thrown in the trunk or backseat of your car! The included storage backpack that fits your SUP(deflated), paddle, and all the included accessories can even be checked at the airport when traveling with no oversize fees! Take the 8’ Quest I-SUP with you on your next adventure quest!

8' Quest I-SUP Specs and Features

  • Structure: Inflatable
  • Seating Configuration: Solo
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult
  • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult
  • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate

Additional Attributes

  • Two-layer PVC coated tarpaulin bonded to PVC coated drop stitch core
  • Deck and bottom seams are capped with two extra side wraps
  • Bungee straps for added storage
  • Full deck traction pad for easy grip
  • Single check valve for fast inflation and deflation
  • Center comfort grip carrying handle
  • 6 D-rings
  • Leash plug
  • Single fin system

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8' Quest I-SUP Reviews

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After minimal use, and…

Submitted by: paddler2164726 on 7/5/2022

After minimal use, and proper handling, the seam on this SUP developed a leak that multiple attempts to repair failed to resolve rendering the board useless.