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    The size of your board is determined by your height, weight, and skill level. Generally the longer and wider the board is, the more stability it will provide. If you have any questions, please contact us and we will recommend the most suitable paddle board for you according to your specific situation.
  • Can two people ride your boards?
    Yes - under most circumstances. We don’t recommend going over the weight limit unless you’re an experienced paddler.
  • Is there a weight limit on your inflatables?
    You can find the weight capacity on all of our board product pages. Experienced riders can exceed this limit.
  • What comes in your inflatable SUP packages?
    Our inflatable paddle board package includes the board, dual action hand pump and hose, detachable center fins, paddle, ankle leash, repair kit, and SUP backpack.
  • How do I repair a leak in my board?
    Smaller leaks can be repaired with the included repair kit. For bigger leaks we recommend taking your board to a professional boat or repair shop to repair your board.
  • Can I store my board inflated?
    Yes, you can, however we recommend you store your board deflated. Do not store the board in direct sunlight or near a heat source.Do not store for extended periods of time in temperatures above 90 degrees.
  • I don’t think my air pressure gauge on my pump is working, what do I do?
    Most likely your air pressure gauge is working. The gauge will not register until 7-8 PSI, which is about 4-5 minutes of pumping.
  • How long does it take to inflate your boards?
    All of our inflatable paddle boards ship with dual action pumps - it takes the average person 5 to 10 minutes to inflate our boards to 12-15 PSI.
  • What psi do you recommend?
    We recommend a minimum of 10 psi and a max of 15 psi for your iSUP. Depending on the particular rider and the conditions some users prefer more psi while others prefer a lower psi. We recommend testing out your board at varying psi to find the right fit for you.
  • How do I deflate my board?
    Make sure your board is dry before deflation. You do not want any water to get inside the board. Remove the valve cover. Press and hold down the valve pin/button and turn counter-clockwise for 1/4 of a turn. Air will rush out loudly for a few seconds - don’t be alarmed! Allow the air to escape for a few minutes. Roll the board from the nose. Continue rolling and use the strap to secure the board once rolled up. Remember to lock the valve in the up position before inflating! Do not, under any circumstances, use the valve wrench to deflate your board.
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