Recommended user weight and maximum load
Recommended user weight:
Less than 60 kg: ultra-stable board.
60 to 80 kg : very stable board.
Over 80 kg: ideal board for easily starting out.
CAN BE USED BY MORE THAN ONE : 1 adult + 2 kids or 2 adults (seated/standing)
Maximum load to not fall in the water: 220 kg.
Inflating & deflating the Stand-Up Paddle board
The SUP is equipped with a new-generation valve to guarantee even more security.
To inflate your SUP, open the cap and connect the pump (“IN” mode).
Inflate to 15 psi for best results.
Disconnect the pump and close the outer cap.
Turn the cap a quarter clockwise (“OUT” mode).
Roll, starting from the opposite side to the valve to remove all the air for tight folding.
Close the cap.
FOR A COMPACT FOLD, FOLLOW OUR METHOD
Completely deflate the board.
Roll up the product a first time to expel the air through the open valve.
Unroll the board and lay out flat. Fold it lengthways with the fin bases positioned outwards.
Roll up from front to back.
Use the compression strap to keep it rolled up and help you fit it into the bag.
For more details, check out our videos online available on the product page.
Fins and fin bases
Two 118 mm fins for paddling in shallow water.
Available from our after-sales service and online if lost or broken (8502106)
Remember to remove the fins once you get off the water.
For your safety, protect your hand if you need to apply force to the rear of the fin to remove it in the event of blockage with sand.
If possible, rinse the bases of the fins before and after using the stand-up paddle board for easier fin installation and removal.
An 15% reduction in CO2 impact:
We have developed a drop stitch that is lighter and better suited to the shape of the board to provide the same performance with less material.
In addition, 50% of the backpack has been dope-dyed.
This process allows the thread to be dyed at the moment it is produced, rather than submerging the fabric in large dying baths. This reduces water consumption and reduces discharges of waste water and CO2.
Length: 10' (305 cm)
Width: 35" (89 cm)
Thickness: 6" (15 cm)
Volume: 325 litres
Weight: 8 kg (+/-10%)
Height: 60 cm
Width: 38 cm
Thickness: 22 cm
Approx. 30 L carry bag with space for a pump and paddle on the outside.
OUR BOARDS CAN BE REPAIRED!
We have a stand-up paddle board repair kit, reference 8512384.
We recommend that you contact the workshop of your local store for all repairs.
We can repair bases of the fins, handles, valves and significant leaks
Very lightweight leash that you won't even know is there during use and is easy to store.
Always wear your leash to stay attached to your board if you fall.
To avoid damaging the leash and leaving marks on your folded board, remove and rinse after each use.
This leash attaches to the ankle.
PLEASE NOTE: don’t use the leash on the river.
Compact board L
Directions for use
Using a buoyancy aid jacket (reference 8501295) or a buoyancy aid belt (reference 8600104)
Not suitable for paddling further than 300 m from shelter.
Don’t use the leash on the river.
Notify someone of your trip and your whereabouts.
Research to find out if there are any local navigation rules that apply to the location of your trip.
COMPACT BOARD STORAGE
Store deflated, flat and out of sunlight, after first removing the fin and leash. If storing inflated, release some of the pressure and store in a flat position without any load.
Excluding transport, you don’t need its extreme compactness, preferably storing it inflated or rolled lengthways.
A redesigned volume for easier storage.
Foam carry straps for more comfort.
A side pocket to attach our compact paddle (8643049)
Two elastics to attach your pump.
Availability of spare parts essential to the use of the product: 10 years