Solstice Stand-Up Paddleboard (10-Feet 8-Inch)

March 2, 2014 - Comment

Solstice Stand-Up Paddleboard 10’8″ Product Features High-pressure inflatable paddleboard. Sleek, lightweight and fast Extremely rigid and strong. Includes 4 stainless tie-downs for securing gear Durable 500 Denier 3 ply PVC reinforced fabric material Kit Includes: Carry bag, pump & gauge

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(as of April 19, 2020 3:19 pm EDT - Details)

Solstice Stand-Up Paddleboard 10’8″

Product Features

  • High-pressure inflatable paddleboard. Sleek, lightweight and fast
  • Extremely rigid and strong.
  • Includes 4 stainless tie-downs for securing gear
  • Durable 500 Denier 3 ply PVC reinforced fabric material
  • Kit Includes: Carry bag, pump & gauge

Comments

Slick Chick says:

Decent Inflatable Stand Up Board I found this item used on Amazon.com and because of the discount and because it was sold directly through Amazon, I thought it would be worth it to take the risk even though the only review of this item said this was a terrible board.I have to say that before I bought this board, I believed the previous reviewer had not pumped up the board enough. Isups can be EXTREMELY difficult to pump up with the included hand pump. Because I also own the sevylor samoa inflatable paddleboard, I knew just how difficult it can be. And because of how miserable it is to pump up, I bought a two-stage 12V pump so I don’t have to work so hard.Now, the sevylor needs to be pumped up to 12psi and this solstice board can be pumped up between 12-15psi. So I set my electric pump to 15psi and inflated the solstice board. It was just as hard as the sevylor board. I took it out into the harbor a few days ago and it is not as terrible as the previous review states.The board…

DanO says:

Excellent Choice For A Lake I live on a lake and I am very pleased with this board. I wanted to try paddle boarding, but didn’t want to spend the money on a hard board. I thought that I was trading quality for a low price when I found out about inflatable sups, and would trade up if I liked it. Not only do I like paddle boarding, but I would not switch to a hard board. While it is difficult to get those last few psi, once you do, the board is very hard and stable.I weigh 165 pounds, and my wife is about 115 – and we can both use it at the same time with no problem (other than coordinating strokes). Also, my 200 lb and 170 lb sons have been on it at the same time, too. And although that had the top pretty much even with the water surface, they could stand up-right on it and paddle it.I leave it inflated all summer, but it is great to deflate it, roll it up and store it for the winter on a shelf. I plan on buying another of this same model, so my wife and I don’t have to share (unless…

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