Storage bag with 2 carry straps.
Valve tightening tool (use only with the SUP deflated)
Recommended user weight
Recommended user weight:
- Less than 60 kg (132.2 lbs). An ideal board for starting out.
- 60 to 80 kg (176.3 lbs): board for intermediate paddlers only. We recommend the larger size 304 cm (10')
- More than 80 kg(176.3 lbs): We recommend the larger size 335 cm (11').
Maximum load: 190 kg (243 lbs).
Length: 274.3 cm (9')
Width: 73.5 cm (29")
Thickness: 12.5 cm (5")
Volume: 197 L
Weight: 7 kg (+/- 10%)
Height: 85 cm (33'')
Width: 30 cm (11'')
Thickness: 20 cm (7'')
These dimensions leave room for the pump and a small adjustable split paddle.
Inflating and deflating the stand-up paddleboard
Make sure the valve’s orange button is up (closed), by pressing on it.
Connect the pump.
Inflate to 15 psi.
The more inflated the SUP, the more stable it is and the better its movement.
Disconnect the pump and close the outer plug.
Firmly push the valve’s orange button to let the air out.
Do not put your face near, and stay back.
Roll, starting from the opposite side to the valve to remove all the air.
Always wear your leash to stay attached to your board if you fall. It’s best to attach it to your ankle, but it can also be attached to the knee.
Remove it and rinse after each use.
Practical for sailing
The inflatable stand up paddleboard is very practical for sailing. It can be attached using the lines without obstruction or damage to the deck. Easy to launch thanks to its leash. It allows users to paddle around anchored boats. A great sporty tender for adults and kids.
Never unscrew the valve when the paddleboard is inflated. Risk of injury
If the valve leaks once the paddleboard is deflated, close it a quarter turn using the tool provided.
It is possible to change the valve. Contact the workshop of your Decathlon store.
Perfect for doing yoga on the water without getting wet, thanks to its stability and height.
SUP with your pet
It is best to protect your board with a towel.