Now You Can Paddle Anywhere.
Inflatable sup boards are durable, super easy to travel with, require less storage, and last for years because they are made out of super durable, lightweight PVC material. All you have to do is pump up your Inflatable Stand Up Paddle Board to the recommended PSI and you're ready to get on the water! When fully inflated, inflatable sup boards are super rigid due to their advanced construction. In fact, our blow up paddle boards feel just as rigid as a traditional, expoxy paddle boards.
Great for all skill levels, inflatable sups are the paddle board of choice for beginners who prefer paddling on flat water lakes and bays. Intermediate and advanced paddle boarders also prefer inflatable paddle boards, and can paddle well in intermediate waves and chop.
Whether you love traveling and exploring, or simply don't have the storage space or a vehicle roof rack, inflatable sup boards are for you.
Our inflatable stand up paddle boards roll up to the size of a sleeping bag, and fits securely into the carry backpack. When deflated, it only takes 5-7 minutes to fully inflate your iSUP.
Easily store your blow up sup in your house or in your car. Try that with an epoxy board!
If you're a beginner or even an expert paddle boarder, we have an inflatable paddle board for you. Our inflatable SUPs are versatile enough for recreational paddling, SUP yoga, sup fishing, SUP surfing, and for paddling with your dogs and friends.
Check out our customer favorite Adventure Inflatable Paddle Board which has a pointed nose ideal for long-distance paddling, and a soft EVA traction pad suitable for pets and Yoga. Our Air Inflatable Paddle Board is the ideal entry level, 10'6 paddle board and is one of our best sellers.
Check these articles out if you need more info on blow up paddle boards. If you've never stood on an an inflatable sup board - you'll be pleasantly surprised when you do! They truly feel like a hard board under your feet.
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