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Inflatable stand up paddle board - first buy recommendations

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Hey there, with the summer coming up the wife and I considering buying a couple of ISUPs to get out and enjoy the waters of the UK. I'm pretty set on inflatable boards due to storage and portability … Read More
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2w, 5d agoPosted 2 weeks, 5 days ago
Hey there, with the summer coming up the wife and I considering buying a couple of ISUPs to get out and enjoy the waters of the UK. I'm pretty set on inflatable boards due to storage and portability and as far as I understand they're not necessarily worse than hard boards when it comes to being out on the water. I don't think we need top end as we're both new to it, but I'd rather invest a bit more for a quality board than worry about skimping on cost and getting something that's only going to last a few trips. I see a few listed on amazon around the 400 mark that seem to get okay reviews, but I wonder if I'd be better buying from a more specialist shop. Any tips on brands to go for/avoid would be great.

Thanks in advance :-) !
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2w, 5d agoPosted 2 weeks, 5 days ago
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Where do you live? Lots of companies have trial days where they have lots of boards for you to try. As do manufacturers. You really need to try these boards before you buy as there is many variables to each board.

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Have you tried paddling before? It's incredibly boring compared to kayaking.
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chocci
Have you tried paddling before? It's incredibly boring compared to kayaking.
And I'd argue the exact opposite...
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Where do you live? Lots of companies have trial days where they have lots of boards for you to try. As do manufacturers. You really need to try these boards before you buy as there is many variables to each board.
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I'm currently in New Zealand (hence the love for all things water now!), but returning to UK in a few weeks, Herts/Beds area initially. I've dipped my toes into surfing and have done a couple of kayak trips over here. I just really like the idea of being able to cart an inflatable board around relatively easily, even hiking with it seems like it could work.

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