Length, width and thickness of a SUP define, together with its shape, its volume.
This, depending on the board’s construction, gives us its capacity (Maximum weight that a board can hold).
Our SUPs’ capacity is always indicated in the info section.
There are two macro-categories of SUPs based on their construction: inflatables and hard boards.
- Easily transportable because, when deflated and folded, they can comfortably be put in its backpack
- Shock resistant
- Perfect for beginners
Made out of materials like bamboo, fiberglass and carbon fiber
- Hard and compact
- Responsive and performing
- Great both for waves and recreation
Fiberglass boards covered by an ABS shell
- Shock super-resistant
- Highly durable
- Perfect for rentals
These board have their deck totally covered with soft EVA
- Absorb eventual falls on the board
- Perfect to relax and take sunshine
- Great for schools and recreation
SUPs can be distinguished by the type of activity they are studied for.
- High buoyancy
- Rounded shapes
- Very versatile
- Perfect for recreational use, walks and games
- High performing shapes
- Precisely balanced materials in order to be as light as possible
- Very precise and responsive
- Born to surf waves
- Wide surface covered with soft EVA
- Proper width to guarantee space for any type of exercise
- Great stability
- Attachable to the Island (air platform)