NRS Escape 11'6" Inflatable SUP Board

by  NRS
11' 6"
Width (in)
Weight (lb)

NRS Escape 11'6" Inflatable SUP Board Description

Built for going fast and going far, the NRS Escape Inflatable SUP Boards deliver the efficiency for after-work attainment paddles and the carrying capacity for overnight tours.

NRS Escape 11'6" Inflatable SUP Board Specs and Features

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

Additional Attributes

  • With heavy-duty PVC drop-stitch construction and double sidewalls
  • Inflates to 20 psi
  • Escape SUPs feature a 6" wide stiffening band
  • Removable, interchangeable, nylon-reinforced plastic fins
  • Six D-rings on the nose and four D-rings on the tail
  • Features two additional D-rings for attaching a water bottle and leash
  • Top-quality Leafield D7 inflation/deflation valve for unsurpassed reliability
  • Pressure relief valve prevents accidental over-inflation
  • Three sturdy handles, one in the center of the deck for hauling solo, and one on both the nose and tail
  • Includes a high-pressure pump with pressure gauge, one Touring fin, one Grass fin, carry bag and repair kit
  • Three-year retail warranty, one-year commercial

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I got this board as an…

Submitted by: T.W_Cook on 10/2/2018

I got this board as an upgrade from a wider hard board, so it has taken some getting-used-to, but I love the board. The construction is impeccable and the result is a beautiful, classy board. I run it at 15psi rather than the possible max of 20psi and it seems as rigid as my hard board. Every time I take it out, I'm delighted at how little effort it takes to move through the water - it feels really fast and effortless. I weigh 205, and the board still rides very high in the water; haven't taken it on an overnight with any significant gear yet. It comes with 2 fins, a tall one and a shorter 'river' one. I'm running the short one mostly and find that the board tracks nicely even with the lesser fin. Once consideration- NRS uses a proprietary fin box and attachment mechanism, so standard fins won't work. Their mechanism is probably superior, and they have a decent selection of fins for cheap, but we aware that your old fin collection probably won't work on this board.