What is paddleboarding?
Stand up paddleboarding or sup is a very new sport where the riders stand on his board using a paddle to propel himself via the water. There are many different kinds of variations of paddleboarding such as recreational, fitness, paddling, sightseeing, river, paddleboard racing, and white paddle boarding, paddle boarding fishing, paddleboard surfing, and paddleboard yoga.
Surfers, as opposed to paddle boarders, generally will wait in aswell for a wave to ride where paddleboarders can ride on flat water or in the surf. Clearly, paddle boarding was motivated by old school surfers, but some paddleboarding has roots dating back to 1000s of years ago.
About the product
Tuxedo Sailor inflatable SUP, which specs durable top foam and non-slip grip. This inflatable stands up paddleboard uses the twin layer construction. The board’s highest capacity is up to 350 lbs, stable and amazing for all situations. It is perfect to fit all expertise levels, with its proportion and length the board can offer amazing glides for fitness, cruising, exploring and fishing. Performs like a Hard Board Riding a rigid inflatable SUP will make you feel like you are on a solid board without compromising performance or stability. The included advantages make Tuxedo Sailor paddleboard a remarkable choice for starters and tandem riders alike.
- Board weight: 19.2 lbs
- Measures 11 Long 32 Wide 6 Thick
- Rider weight: Up to 300 lbs
- Bungee for securing on-board cargo, and D-rings to link a leash.
- Colour: As the image shown
- Material: Drop stitch, EVA, aluminum paddle
Inflated 32 wide, 10 long and 6 thick, highest capacity is up to three hundred lbs, stable and amazing for all expertise levels and paddleboard yoga.
Constructed with extra PVC layer of board rails are very strengthened the board durability.
Double action high-pressure pump, adjustable paddle, board, travel backpack, paddle holder system, coil leash and three fins.
Safety & convenience
Thirty-two board width construction achieved balanced capability. Paddle holder system and carry strip release more area for paddleboard yoga. Sixty-day guarantee and one year warranty on materials.
How will you use your board?
How do you plan on using your paddleboard? This should be your key concern while picking between an inflatable and hard paddleboard.
If you do not plan on using your SUP for racing, surfing, or extremely long-distance purchase an inflatable board. Inflatable SUPs can be perfect for some little surf, but if your initial use for racing or surfing looks for hardboard.
If you are looking for a paddleboard for white water paddling an inflatable board is the way to go. Inflatables will be more maneuverable and durable in river rapids.
Hard boards are generally a little quicker than inflatable boards, so if you are looking for the highest speed a hardboard is best for you. Anyway, if you are a starter, maneuverability and stability should be a larger concern over speed.