The popularity of standup paddle boarding (SUP) has skyrocketed in recent years. To begin with, it's enjoyable and simple to learn; it's also fun for people of all ages. This low-impact activity allows us to explore lakes, rivers, and oceans while also providing us with a fantastic workout.
An inflatable paddle board is just as safe as a rigid one. When brought up to pressure, the inside cross-stitching makes the board exceptionally stiff. Inflatable paddle boards fold quickly into a small package that can be packed in a car trunk or checked as luggage on a plane, making them ideal for travel.
The majority of inflatable paddle boards are 6 inches thick, making them exceptionally strong and long-lasting. They're perfect for paddling around with a dog or a toddler in tow. In addition, they may be used on a variety of water bodies, including lakes, rivers, whitewater rapids, ocean bays, and surf, making paddle boarding an excellent family activity.
Because an inflatable paddle board is more buoyant than a standard SUP, it can make stand-up paddling easier for beginners to learn. Inflatable paddle boards are just as rigid as solid core paddle boards when fully inflated.
If you’ve never tried one, you’ll be surprised by the endurance and strength of an inflatable board. They are nearly unbreakable, and they are completely ding resistant. Inflatable paddleboards will only pop if you intentionally stab them with a sharp object.
Still have doubts? Check out this video of a jeep running over our CoreThird Tahoe board.