One of the hardest parts about SUP is that they can be hard to store and transport. Inflatable SUPs are the solution to these problems. They are easy to store, since you can deflate them and fold them down to a very small foot print. You can store them in closets, garages, cars, and even on your boat. Transporting them is just as easy, since they get small enough to put into a duffel bag or large backpack. You can easily travel with them and take a SUP with you on a plane, cruise, or even on your back on your next adventure.
The 11 foot BOTE Breeze inflatable paddle board is the next evolution in paddle board technology. The go anywhere, do anything Breeze is a rough and tumble inflatable paddle board that transforms from a fully functional SUP into a form factor small enough to fit in a back-pack in under 30 seconds. Trek into those hard to reach hunting and fishing grounds with the lightweight Breeze inflatable system strapped to your back. And don't worry about scratches and dings because the military-grade PVC skin is virtually indestructible.
The Drift inflatable paddle board by BOTE is a fistful of firsts, featuring the first ever wood inlay deck on an inflatable paddle board, BOTE's first Tackle Rac compatible inflatable and the first inflatable to come in it's own waterproof bag. This go anywhere, do anything paddle board is an uncompromising design bringing together all of the best features of our solid boards, with ease of a flexible board, and with its beautiful zebra wood deck, the BOTE Drift does it in style.
The Gnaraloo Inflatable SUP packs down into its backpack carrier along with its pump, repair kit, paddle, fin, and pressure gauge. The complete package weighs only 30 pounds and fits in almost any vehicle, and can store on a powerboat so you can paddle out in the ocean, around local islands, or in inlets and bays. It packs down so small that you can take it hiking long distances to remote waters. It is far more versatile than a traditional SUP and opens up more opportunities to paddle where you normally wouldn't.
The Gnaraloo Inflatable SUP out of its backpack before being unrolled with the supplied pump standing next to it.
After you roll out the Gnaraloo, you attach the yellow pump hose to the nozzle at the tail and you are ready to pump it up.
After a few minutes, the Gnaraloo is almost fully inflated. Once you've reached 15-20psi its fully inflated and you are ready for your next adventure!
Information Courtesy of BOTE and Global Surf Industries respectively.