Safari Inflatable Stand Up Paddle Board 10'6"x33"x6"
Portal Safari inflatable SUP comes with an extra wide 33" base with a wide tail for added board stability.
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The perfect arc of the paddle board helps to push the water and get an effective speed.
Reinforced SUP grab handles make it simple to transport the loaded board on the riverbed, dock or shore, without numb fingers or weak leverage. It can also be used as dock tie-down points or for tethering.
6 POINT REINFORCED BUNGEE
Paddleboards' expandable bungee system allows riders safe and easy access to gear. Easily attach water cups, cameras, life jackets and other necessary items.
CONVENIENT CARRY HANDLE
Dual material reinforced handles make carrying easier and more convenient. It’s a solid aid to return to the paddleboard from the water.
MULTI-FUNCTION CENTER D-RINGS
4 additional D-Rings on the deck provide areas for securing personal items or towing. D-Rings give you the option to add more bungees to the SUP or securely tether your item without worrying about it falling into the water.
EVA NON-SLIP PAD
The SUP is made from safe and environmentally friendly materials, the multi-textured EVA non-slip pad is waterproof and can be used as a yoga mat to provide better cushioning for falls to reduce fatigue and anti-slip traction.
HIGH PRESSURE AIR VALVE
High-quality, high-pressure inflation valves for SUP that can be easily locked in the open or closed position for simple, fast inflation or deflation - under 5 minutes.
This ring of the paddleboard makes it easy to link to a leash, docks or other waterproof equipment.
The paddleboard has a 3-fin design with good tracking. Unlike cheaper boards, the removable fin doesn't just slide in, it snaps in and is held in place with a thumbscrew. This means the fin is easier to assemble and disassemble and is smoother and less likely to fall off.
We used a wire drawing process with a density of 15,500 strands/m2 (10 points/square inch) to join tens of thousands of composite fibers to the top and bottom of the paddleboard, which allows each set of harnesses to withstand greater psi and makes the board stronger and more stable.