15 hours ago
To be tested
Gregor M
19 hours ago
Super light and massively outperforms my old aluminum/plastic paddle it's in a totally different class. To me well worth the upgrade. I also bought it on a discounted special so excellent value for money.
michael collins
19 hours ago
Seems like flimsy material but its a ramp for $20. It works, so I'm stoked. Thanks
Basil Houston
1 day ago
Good product for good price
Marta
1 day ago
Heavy, roomy but nice fit, excellent quality and the lilac is a really lovely colour. I shall use mine for dog walking, not water sports, and I can’t wait for a wet and windy day so I can wear it.
Penny Nichol
1 day ago
Not the lightest of the paddles, but it seems strong, and has a good building quality
João Pedro Carvlho Fernandes
1 day ago
I bought this scooter for my grandsons 13 birthday. I was not dissapointed as he absolutely loves it.
Ruth Mulhall
3 days ago
God God God God God
Zheng Zhang
3 days ago
Correct
Aurél
4 days ago
I bought this as my first inline skates. Skates are sturdier than anticipated and look cool
Sam A
4 days ago
Cool og smooth
Anne F
4 days ago
Really nice piece of kit for the money, this is my second NKX board I already own the Instinct, but wanted something a bit speedier and my children are using the Instinct.
Richard Evans
4 days ago
Great strong little bike very pleased
nora archer
4 days ago
Very happy with product
Stephen Wightman
5 days ago
Top Scooter!
Vesna
5 days ago
The board feels amazing!! It’s really smooth and can carve really well. I really like the 46inch because you got lots of room to move around and dance away. It is pretty heavy tho because the board is really thick. But what do you expect from such a big board and it isn’t clumsy at all because it can steer sharper as some cruisers do. So big shout to the Flagship!! Its cheap to now so get one it’s worth the money
Vasco Herfs
5 days ago
They are very comfortable, I advise getting at least half size up, I got a 7 and they were okay but a bit tight for what I like, (after lace up). First time trying them on ice felt so good, very comfortable however it could of had a bit more ankle support, but other then that they're a good buy, dont regret the purchase one bit. Love them.
Felicity Chesman
6 days ago
Top Helm der Brain Saver
Boris Herzog
6 days ago
Not used yet, but it looks very good. Let's see directly on slopes next winter
Alessandro Foschini
6 days ago
very nice!
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Inflatable SUP

An inflatable SUP board is easy to transport around. Because a stand up paddle board is so large, a classic hard SUP not suitable for people who live a little further from the water. An inflatable SUP can easily be carried on the back and run down the beach, , throw in the trunk or walking longer tours, to find the perfect watercourse for more adventurous SUP trip. The possibilities suddenly becomes enormously huge and you can explore much more on your inflatable stand up paddle board.
You need to decide what to use for your inflatable SUP. There are SUPs in different sizes, shapes and quality. Each of these specifications are important for SUPs performance. Below will we help you understand the differences and benefits of the various inflatable SUP types.

You can separate SUP types according to their shape.Each type is made to perform in specific conditions.REMEMBER that there are many boards that are a mixture of the below, and therefore several things at once.

RACE SUP boards are long and narrow. They are narrow in order to have less resistance in the water, so that they sail fast. They are long to be directional, but in turn are more difficult to turn or maneuver on. Because they are narrow, they are also more unstable from side to side. Race SUPs are perfect for quieter water, but can easily be sailed in more unstable weather. Although it is called a race SUP, it not only caters to speedy people. You learn quickly to stand on it, and it is more fun than other SUPs because you get ahead fast.

SURF/WAVE SUP boards are more like ordinary wave surfboards, and is also designed for wave surfing. These boards are considerably shorter and wider. They are wide to provide stability,and short to easily rotate. Often they have a low volume and therefore a low bearing capacity - hence, these boards are not suitable for sailing trips.

TOURING SUP boards are medium and pointed to cut through the water. They are intended for sailing longer trips. The width makes them slightly more stable than breed SUPs, so you can handle different types of water.

ALLROUND SUPs is, as its name suggests, an inflatable SUP that can do a bit of everything. It is a relatively wide and medium SUP, which provides good stability and is easy to navigate in all conditions. It can sail on longer trips and depending on your level, you can also sail waves. This board is good for you who wants it all and much easier for a beginner learning SUP.

Material and Construction: Inflatable SUPs today are very stiff, and when you blow them up to their proper air pressure, they are almost as stable as hard SUPs. The stiffness depends essentially on how many layers the Sup is made of. The more layers (eg. Double layer) the stiffer and heavier is Sup. This gives the properties closer to Hard SUP
To learn more about SUP, read our great SUP guide.

You will find a guide on the individual product, so you choose the right size board based on your height and weight