Next day delivery available divide Same day dispatch divide Low price guaranteed divide Tel 01872 888132

SUP Buying Guide

Soft SUPs

These boards are of foam construction, very economical and quite durable. They are fully functional across a variety of activities and cater for people of all ages and skill levels. Most first time buyers will consider this a great family board because of the price They are great multi-purpose paddle boards.

For

Against

  • Affordable
  • Less performance than Hard SUPs
  • Softer if fallen on
  • Difficult to repair
  • Lightweight
 
  • Durable

 


Hard SUPs

These board are more expensive than the foam boards and although hard, can more easily be damaged. They out perform soft boards. Their rigidity and space will make them faster and more agile.

For

Against

  • Best performance
  • Heavier
  • More style
  • More expensive
  • Repairable with the right skills

 


Inflatable SUPs

The main advantage of the inflatable SUPs is their portability. They are made from layers of hard wearing PVC plastic with woven fibres connecting the top to the bottom inside the board. They are surprisingly rigid once inflated and are very durable.

Thicknesses range from around 4 to 6 inches. Thicker boards are more rigid, and carry more weight. They are softer to fall on and perfect if travelling.

For

Against

  • Portability and storage
  • Less performance than Hard SUPs
  • Soft to fall on
  • More expensive than Soft SUPs
  • Lighter

 

Outdoor Hub

Specification


Close Clear All