If you love traveling or backpacking and want to take your paddle board on an adventure, a lightweight paddle board is a great option for your outdoor sun and recreational fun. They are easy to transport, not only from your home to the water venue of your choice, but also from your vehicle to the water itself. Stand-up paddle board users who use lightweight paddles are happy SUP users.
Portable pulp boards are mostly suitable for marine inlets or inland lakes, but some are also suitable for rivers. Why is the use of rivers special? Mainly because the formation and velocity of water in rivers varies widely. In one area, you may have gently undulating water, while in another, the water may be shallow with sandbars or sharp rocks. It's a good idea to be prepared for any possible terrain - that's what that handy patch kit is for. And why many inflatable paddle boards are made from military-grade materials for maximum toughness.
Below is a list of our inflatable fishing paddle boards
We choose all inflatable boards because:
This is one of my favorite lightweight inflatable SUPs. This board surprised me with the fun and reflexes of paddling.
It's not a huge board, at 10 feet 6 inches long, but the 32" width remains fairly wide throughout the body, which makes it more stable than one might expect for a board of this size.
The tapered nose helps it glide nicely and requires very little effort to paddle and turn.
Can be folded into a much smaller backpack for backpacking, motorcycle travel or anyone looking for an ultra-compact pack.
A great choice if you want a super portable and responsive SUP.
This is a new board introduced this year. Not only are they light weight, but they are also very affordable. Pink Fin Sups is the perfect starter board, it's well-built, durable and sturdy. While measuring 10 feet 6 inches long, 32 inches wide, and 6 inches thick, it helps keep the weight down. With a 32-inch width and a refined tread design, you can expect this board to glide well and be versatile. It can hold up to 264 pounds. So it will suit all kinds of people.
It's always good that a 32" wide plank like this will challenge you enough to keep your skills and balance going.