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Breeze Aero

10' 8"
Length
33"
Width (in)
20
Weight (lb)
$649
MSRP

Breeze Aero Description

With a 33” width, the Breeze Aero 10'8" provides ample stability to ensure whether you are learning to paddle or an avid paddler looking for the lightest paddle board, you will have a great time.

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Purchased a Bote Breeze…

Submitted by: emcdan on 9/5/2020
Purchased a Bote Breeze paddle board for my girlfriend. She kept borrowing my Atoll board so I had to get her one to....haha. Being 2020 and quarantine, iSUPs are hard to get promptly. I've tried a few boards over the years so I have some good experience with the iSUPs. I love the portability for travel with the inflatables. The Breeze is kinda the entry level board according to the Bote representatives. My gf really liked the notability of the Bote brand and the look of their boards. The size is 10'8" L x 33” W x 6” D. I know there have been some great advances in material technology and design resulting in inflatable SUP boards that can rival a hardboard while not compromising performance. With that being said there is a huge difference in iSUP flex while paddling a one, two and three layer board. My Atoll is a two-layer board and is extremely rigid when at max 15psi. The Breeze has a lot of flex being a one-layer board if you are heavier than 180lbs. at the max psi. The 3-piece paddle is average. The backpack is pretty heavy duty and the pump is just ok compared to others. It doesn't come with a leash...hmmm. weird. The detachable "quick fin" is very rigid helps it to track very straight... almost to straight. It doesn't turn on a dime. It's a fair board for flat water or just small chop. If I had to do it again I would have spent a couple hundred more bucks to get their "Flood" board. Basically the same board but 2 layers and 11x32x6. Currently at $649
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The Breeze is a great…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 6/6/2016
The Breeze is a great All-Around iSUP. When fully inflated, it's a really solid board. It's comfortable to ride. I've only tried it on flat water, so I can speak to its stability there. It's wide, long, and stable enough to use for yoga. Looks great! Love the double bungees! Pros Looks good Double bungees Lightweight Stable Comfortable Cons It's very slow. Definitely a recreational board. Usage I raced with it once. It got the job done, but very, very slowly. I've done some yoga on it and casual paddling.
3

fun and easy to paddle…

Submitted by: krissyselda on 3/30/2015
fun and easy to paddle Pros stable Cons returned it the second day as the rubber around the carry handle came un-glued after 24 hours of ownership Usage touring and exercise
5

This inflatable is eveything…

Submitted by: billromany1013 on 3/29/2014
This inflatable is eveything you need for a novice supper. Pros Price,performance, easy to transport and inflate. Cons nothing Usage exercise and touring
5

Most amazing inflatable, had…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 6/1/2013
Most amazing inflatable, had stayed clear of them because other that I had seen looked like floating bananas instead of boards, not this one, with 15psi its as hard and keeps the shape of a solid board, and it makes it nimble and fast in the water, Pros It rolls right into its own backpack,together with pump and 3 piece paddle at 33 lb. it meets airline travel weight requirements and when long distance in car it fits in trunk avoiding extra stress on the roof and making it safer that board on roof . It can permanently stay in vehicle, making possible paddling escapades at any time... Cons The paddle could use some refinement... Usage Exercise, and touring, I will race if there is an inflatable category that day!