Stand up paddle boarding has quickly gained popularity throughout the last decade, to some extent because you can learn and befitting all ages. This low-impact paddle sport allows you to explore lakes, streams and other bodies of water nearby, connect with nature and get a great workout. You can either take it easy and have a nice paddle around the lake or get an extreme chest muscles workout. If you’re just getting to grips with paddle sports, you may want to choose an water stand up paddle board, or iSUP Inflatable paddle board, to begin with. Here’s a look at the benefits of an water board over a regular SUP board.
Advantages of an Water SUP Board
The main advantage of the iSUP is rather obvious: it can quickly be deflated for easy transportation and storage. Water stand up paddle boards can be transported by car or plan, as they fit inside of a small back pack when deflated. There’s also no need to spend the money on a car holder to take your board to the water; just throw it in the shoe and blow up it by the water. As transporting your board is easier, you’re greatly predisposed to truly escape on the water on a regular basis.
If you live in a flat or simply don’t have a lot of space to store a full-size 12-foot board, you can also find an water SUP board is much far more convenient. After you’re done on the water, dry off your board and roll it up to get the air out. Most iSUP boards incorporate a storage case so you can store your board in a closet or a car shoe.
If you’re just getting to grips with paddling, an water may be a better choice as well because the boards are usually more stable on the water. They’re usually thicker than just a regular rigid board and not as streamlined, making them slower but simpler to learn on. Some also have uneven tops that help you grip the board, which is a big help if you’re new to paddle boards or surfing.