Ten Toes WEEKENDER 10-Feet Inflatable Standup Paddleboard SUP

December 28, 2016 - Comment

The Weekender from ten toes boards is our best selling and most versatile inflatable StandUp paddle board. At 10′ long, it’s easier to maneuver and less intimidating for beginning boarders. Carry it around with ease using the extremely sturdy handle in the middle of the front of the board. The rounded hull and 30 Width

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The Weekender from ten toes boards is our best selling and most versatile inflatable StandUp paddle board. At 10′ long, it’s easier to maneuver and less intimidating for beginning boarders. Carry it around with ease using the extremely sturdy handle in the middle of the front of the board. The rounded hull and 30 Width improve stability while the textured foam deck pad makes standing more comfortable and less slipping prone. The Weekender is a great choice for adventurers of all skill levels. Relax as you move through calm WATERS with the three-piece ultra lightweight, durable and adjustable aluminum paddle. It weighs less than 2 pounds but is very sturdy. This is the most stable board shape and is the best board for yoga. Our boards are made of military-grade PVC, which basically means they’re indestructible. When fully inflated, the Weekender is just as stiff and stable as a traditional SUP. But when you deflate and roll up your board, you will be amazed how easy paddle boarding has become. When collapsed, our boards measure approximately 11×36 and are incredibly easy to load and unload. This small package can be effortlessly stowed in any nook or cranny, whether you’re boating, camping, or simply heading to the water for the afternoon. This bundle comes with the 10′ board, a 3Pc aluminum paddle, 3 removable fins, a high pressure Manual pump and a repair kit. Check out our selection of bags for even easier transport! adventure awaits.

Comments

Claire Jordan🐬 says:

Seriously, an inflatable paddleboard! I love paddleboarding, but I live in a small cottage at the beach and don’t have the room to store a bulky board when I’m not using it so I’ve considered an inflatable board for awhile. My concern was that it wouldn’t be firm enough to be stable or that it would be easily damaged, but this crazy-cool paddleboard has eased my fears. I took it to the beach yesterday and it was great. I put it in a wagon and wheeled it across the street to the beach where I inflated it. Our beach is a little…

contrabandk says:

review in comparison to epoxy board (with the understanding that this is a different vehicle) Hopefully this review will be helpful to those who are looking for an iSUP as a backup for their regular epoxy or fiberglass one. I own a 2-door coupe, so I don’t feel confident about driving over 50mph with my regular hard SUP. Additionally, I live i the Pacific Northwest. Our water is cold and not many people seem to be paddleboarding the waterways, at least not when I’m out and about. Having two boards lets me introduce new people to the sport and the iSUP is more practical for…

Nikkocov says:

Glue comes undone. Not 3 months old. No. I’ve had this for 3 months and taken it in the water twice. It does take a long time to pump it up and is fairly exhausting, but, know before you buy and it’s not too bad. Also, on flat water, this is great, but it’s much less stable than a rigid board.The reason for the one star review is that after the second use, the layers of glue are coming undone and the board is peeling. Poor quality. Boo Ten Toes.

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