It’s great for beginners and reasonably priced. They all come with a repair kit that includes glue. I meant the iRocker Cruiser, not Ten Toes Yogi. This is by far the most helpful article I’ve read on this yet! Inexpensive and comes in rechargeable or 12v model. I’m looking to get 2 boards and based on what I’ve read so far, am thinking of going with Thurso, so I can get the Surf Prodigy Junior for my daughter who is 9. Awesome! You had me really tempted with the iRocker, but as I had mentioned, I wanted to get 2 boards from the same company. Combine that versatility with quality materials, construction, and customer support and you end up with a fantastic iSUP that works for just about anyone in any situation. The NIXY boards made a strong impression this year. Thanks so much for all your amazing reviews. Just keep that in mind and let us know if you have any questions! There’s quite a difference between a single layer PVC board and one that is quad layered or uses some type of fusion. The difference between the two is weight and durability. It has 3 chambers and is very stable. The only downside you might have with the Blackfin (and why I don’t recommend that one either way) is that it also has 2 scotty mounts on the deck pad that can get in the way when your doing yoga on the board. I am fairly petite (5’2” ht and 105 lbs) so I am feeling cautious about getting a board that is too wide, since it might make it harder for me to paddle. Then, you’ll have 2 options that work great and if the scotty mounts end up getting in your way then you can jump on the 11′ All-Around and your wife can paddle the XL (she would be completely fine with that). I’d love a rec. I am trying to decide what board to buy, petaluma river and santa cruz bay would be the two main places i paddle. Well, inflatable … If you are looking for speed, then I’d recommend a touring board. I’d recommend going with the BLACKFIN Model XL. I’m 5’6 and like a fairly fast ride and would be paddling flat water with possible boat wake. The differences? I already have some reviews planned to go more into inflatable race boards, inflatable touring boards, etc. The Thurso is more fun for touring, picks up speed better but overall I’d still choose one of the iRockers. I’m not saying the Portager isn’t a good board – it looks really nice from the specs. The founder of Thurso Surf is currently getting his Ph.D. in fluid dynamics. A displacement board seemed a good fit. I was looking at all 3 of these boards coincidentally enough. It’s been a tough choice because I only want the option to bring my pup but will mostly be alone on it tracking along the shores of the lake. However, even the Red Paddle Co doesn’t have a front handle. Again, I have no familiarity with any of the models. Great feedback! Guessing technology has really been progressing and getting better and better quickly. Weather and wind changes in a day quite a bit so would need something that tracks decent and can cut the waves. The one drawback is, that it still comes with the old aluminum paddle and backpack. The Prodigy doesn’t come with a pump (even though now you’ve got me thinking about the 10′ 6″ and 10′ boards) and it would be great to know that the better 2020 pump could be used on the Prodigy or the 2019 Waterwalker. What make / model do you think rolls down the smallest and is still a good all around board. I would say that the thurso 120, 126, or 132 are for sure worth the extra money. We looked at a store today and didn’t even know inflatables were a real option but they had a Slingshot for us to look at and they seemed so durable and impressive. and I don’t get any water on top of the board. The difference that the Atoll has compared to many other all-around boards is it’s shape being more tapered in the front and back, giving it more of a touring/cruiser shape. The only downside to the 35″ width is if you are looking to really get out and tour for long distances, as the width does slow you down a little bit and makes it a little harder to keep your paddle straight as you have to reach over a little bit more. Is there a reason? We plan on using it on the lakes/reservoirs in CO and would like a board that I can take one of my kids on with me (ages 5 and 7). Hi Brian, Both the Atlas and Race have a recommended rider weight of up to 240lbs so you are cutting it close. We have a couple of shops that offer the Red Paddle Co. boards, and then there are some no name cheapos available at the local stores, but the sweet spot for me was that $500-$700 range as I was just beginning, but didn’t want to keep renting at $20/hr. That’s why you will see some comments about boards no longer listed in this review. It is removable but you’ll have a bit of a wobbly board! I am interesting in cruising on flatware lakes and some chop (lake ontario) so need something that is stable enough with a good paddle to do some distance along the shoreline if the weather changes a bit. PS: Sorry about the double post….my iPad was being quirky! The extra width also will initially aid you! New to the inflatable game. It also comes with the best accessories and is the highest quality. The squared off tail gives you loads of stability where the single fin keeps you tracking on point to your destination. Plus they let you customize which is pretty cool. Shape, Volume, Max Pressure, Valve Type. Hi! The Cruiser is a fun board, but it is just a little slower than the All-Around. With only one board option, Atoll does a good job of covering its bases with a board that is a mix of all-around and touring yet still lightweight and stable. What’s your budget? Hand pump automatically switches from dual action at low pressures to single action at high pressures to fill your board easily. I also have no idea about what length would be reasonable but after reading your advice to some other folks it seems like there might be some complex math involving weight/height/stability. A bit of chop or board waker is no problem either. *Note – We update this list to prevent listing boards that are not currently for sale (or at least try our best). iRocker and Thurso make competitive boards, both have certain features that out do the other so really it just comes down to personal preference. Larger, more firm center fins provide the best tracking, so if you are looking for long, straight adventures you want a very large, firm center fin set up. I believe you are missing one board…The not yet forgotten ULI Board. I began leaning toward the Thurso Surf 11’6″ Expedition Touring as a serious contender. Looking at the board, we love the velcro paddle holder on the side of the board that safely secures your paddle out of the way. My kids are boys age 15 and 13. Just remember that the Prodigy would be the ‘best’ SUP for her right now, but it won’t be big enough for your wife to paddle – so you will have to compromise somewhere there. Thank you so much for your help! Even though I’m sure that both boards can support more weight, the performance might be a bit worse. Each board performs really well, and the differences are slight, but important. I would like to know what you think of the blackfin from irocker? We’ve found beginners tend to do a little better on the iRocker, but a lot of people also like how the Atoll is light weight and is easy to backpack with. In fact, the Red Paddle Co Ride is the most sold inflatable paddle board. So it’s just a matter of priority, stability, portability or versatility? I also like to camp so I can see myself going on rivers and lakes as well. Tracking is a function primarily of fin setup and board shape/quality. At 270 lbs you’re still 80 lbs below the weight limit. Has anyone tried it? Which will give you more stability when you take your daughter with you. Wow – you guys are super knowledgable..I’m on info overload. My only reservation is those two black fishing mounts behind where your feet go. Both are fantastic boards, and you get a discount from both companies (Atoll is currently $100 off 2 boards, and the iRocker is $80 off two boards). Do you think that claim is true? Stable enough to do moderate to hard interval sprints since I can’t really get on the bike anymore. Look’ng to buy 2 boards. 10'6 NIXY Newport G3See Best Price & Customer Reviews. The ten toes was $500 and the all around is $900. I am new to boarding but am a fast learner and am athletic. Thank you so much for the very informative guide it was super helpful! High quality construction, great for whitewater, surfing, or just paddling the lake, Light, well-built. I appreciate your help! I want it for fitness and cruising. That is probably the smallest part of the purchase. Could you give us some idea about the differences between the two? So first up, the Ten Toes doesn’t have a kayak seat option as far as I’m aware of. smooth some days, choppy other days, but I won’t go out in metre-high waves or wander far from shore, I promise. Finally, boards we previously recommended include the iRocker Cruiser, Starboard Atlas, and Red Paddle Co Ride. Either of those boards is going to be more stable, durable, and have several features that the Nautical doesn’t have (I do really like the Nautical board, but if you have the budget it is worth spending a little more). It is however one of the few boards that has tie down straps in the front and the back. The ability for the inflatable SUP to turn easily and maneuver makes for a fun board long after your first year of SUPing. Have you checked out the Thurso Expedition? There are a number of other features that make the Gili Komodo worth considering as well outside of its lightweight build and solid multi PVC layer durability. At 11’6″ this medium-width boards with pointed nose glides farther with each stroke and can be enjoyed by all skill levels, Includes; Carry Bag, Hand Pump, Pressure Gauge and Board Leash, This package does not include a paddle – check our full range of Paddles, SUPPaddleBoardReviews participates in various Affiliate Programs designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to affiliated sites. If you are an intermediate to advanced paddler, and don’t need a high weight capacity board, then you should take a strong look at the NIXY Newport given the lightweight, quality construction and playfulness of the board. Hello! Hi Fraser and sorry for the late reply. . Then again you the Thurso does have more accessories included. I am an 5′ 10″ 175 pound intermediate paddler. I just don’t understand why seemingly identical boards can feel so different. Thanks for the super job on iSUP reviews. Think the 11′ all around will be nice as well, Sounds good. Tracks well with a large center fin and you also have enough space to take your dog. The Isle is a great board and I will review it in the next few weeks. So if I went iRocker, should I stick with the 10′ 6″ Cruiser because that would be a better length for me or do I get the 11′ All Around? Because stand up paddle boarding is so new, we recommend the 11 foot option to people who need a more stable board. The Red Paddle Co Ride is a great choice for sure. Thank you! However, it does seem to be the industry standard drop-stitch, which I think is a good thing. glad you liked the review. An exception are specialized SUPs like the Badfisher and SUPs like the Red Paddle Co Dragon or Isle Megalodon. When you buy an iRocker All-Around Stand Up Paddle Board, you are also getting a high-quality triple action dual chamber pump, fiberglass paddle, ankle leash, supportive and comfortable bag, and a repair kit. How does it compare to the tower 2 adventure and also the peak? for an inflatable board (I live in a small apartment) that could “grow” with me, since the gear is expensive, and it’d be awesome if I could find something yoga-friendly and that wouldn’t require me buying completely new gear if I do want to an overnight camping thing once in a blue moon in the future — though it seems like these two goals are kind of at odds with one another? I’m trying to decide between the Gili Air and the Thurso 126! ), sorry! sounds interesting. Haha it’s a tricky call, perhaps if your kids are quite young the handles would be great. I am sort of leaning toward one board big enough for both of them and their two dogs (a miniature dachshund & a “Heinz 57” retriever). I bought two as a family Christmas gift, one 10′ for my wife and teen daughters and one 11′ for me (I am 6’1, 215lbs). What board would be your recommendation for use in ocean conditions? We think it’s easiest to compare what key features and accessories each board comes with in the following table: So how does our Top 6 shape up next to the performance all-arounds? The Red Paddle Co is rated up to 220lbs. Rubber, bendy fins that are short simply won’t grip the water and don’t help you track well. I am 5.8″ 165lb and athletic/good balance. I appreciate it! Let’s get started! Getting 2 beginner boards. Badfish’s unique exoskeleton design allows the Monarch to be light, without sacrificing rigidity. I really think these two “kids” will enjoy having a “SUP”……seems to be wha”SUP” these days!!! But I’ve been itching to get on the water so it’s nice to know I will be soon! If you want to play in the waves as well I’d say go for the Ride. ***, (scroll to the right to see all the boards). I also need one that is pretty versatile. I will use it for shorter trips. However, if you prefer the look of the 10′ Waterwalker, then go with that one – both boards will support you + your daughter weight-wise, and every Waterwalker is a great SUP. We want inlflatabke and economical. I wanted to compliment you on your website. Pésima experiencia con Athleteshop y con Aquaparx. No responden de la garantía legal. I’m 5’9 158 lbs and will be occasionally paddling with my 5-yr old girl. Both will have some trouble keeping up with hardboards but that’s the issue you have with every inflatable, unfortunately. Go for the Cruiser. Any help or advice would be much appreciated. Is the Blackfin X 10′ 6″ a better choice? There are some boards that roll down really small but that’s usually because they use just a single layer of PVC. I would like to know if it is a good sup? I absolutely love the way the board looks, tracks, and the stability is great. The 11′ All-Around is a great board, and it will grow with you a little more than the Cruiser will as you improve in your paddling. Thanks Definitely go for the iRocker if that’s your priority. iRocker is 32″ wide and the Thurso is 31″ wide, but they do have a slightly different shape. However, the Blackfin would be a bit slower though on the plus side, more stable. Hi thanks for your reviews. It’s super stable, inflatable and reasonably priced. High-pressure valve locks to hose for easier inflation. It’s got more of that balance of stability and performance as well as heaps of onboard storage area for your camping trips. I also love the Gili for when I’m paddling with my kids or a dog. The board can hold up to 385 lbs so you can easily bring one or even both of you kids. That’s me consciously prioritizing safety over speed. What will it be? So if you are wanting something that can be in the shallow waters, have a look at ERS Skylake. If you’re on a budget I would take a look at the new iRocker Cruiser. You have to sacrifice a little speed to have a board wide enough for yoga. It was also very difficult for me to stay standing (not stable). As far as materials go, NIXY has created a super light board due to their dual layer FUSIONtec technology. Tracking, speed and efficiency should be exceptional. With the new pump (which believe me makes a HUGE difference to your motivation to get out!) 10 or 11 ? Best Overall: Tower Paddle Boards Adventurer 2 at Amazon "Ensures a smooth and stable ride on water." Hey Colleen. However, it’s put together nicely with hardly any bubbles or separation around seams. Lots and lots of great information in your “SUP” board comparison piece. I think she will most likely have a hard time balancing on and enjoying the board. I’m 195lbs 6’4” and want to use it with my 9yr old kid and dog at once. Thanks for prompting us on another board to add to the list to review. I do agree that a Review of the 3 Best Boards seems suspect but I also understand that you can’t try every board on the market. Let me know what you decide on and good luck recovering from your injury! No dan una solución. You’ve got plenty of space and it is insanely stable. I think I’d prefer a firm iSUP designed for performance rather than one designed for overall stability but which may be more wobbly and slow. Snaplock fins take just seconds to install while improving performance, while the carbon fiber paddle is lightweight to help you paddle from dusk to dawn. It’s better for cruising (more glide) but to much to handle for some shorter females. • Go far: I am dreaming of long hours cruisin’ along the shoreline. And, I don’t want to spend money on a board that doesn’t have any durability and longevity or is too difficult to transport/set-up. ***BLACK FRIDAY / CYBER MONDAY deals are live now!! Thank you so very much! Tried paddle boarding just last week for the first time in Colorado while on vacation. Your fins play a huge part into how well your board will track,respond etc. So, if you are a beginner and weight more than 160 lbs we would recommend the 11’. I was considering the Prodigy because I was afraid the 10′ board would be too long for my daughter who’s about 55 – 60 lbs and 51 – 52″ inches tall. Twin-fin style down the rapids might be okay, but general shallow waters will be tricky. Unfortunately, there are just way more interesting boards on the market than we have the time to review. 4.72" thickness gives a more hardboard feel. Not quite a “racer” but it’s close to it . My dog, however, is a beginner and will likely move around a bit before he finds the right spot. Why is it that iRocker’s All-Around is one of our top-rated All-Around inflatable SUPs again for 2020? The New Sea Eagle Inflatable LongBoard SUP Series has been completely redesigned and transformed into a true hybrid SUP! The iRocker All Around for example can tackle small waves, it’s reasonably fast, and it’s also wide enough to do yoga. Any others I should consider? If you want something slightly wider to make it easier for your dog you can try the All Around 11′. I think you’ve got me sold on getting a 10′ iRocker Al-Around board for my daughter and wife to share. Super pleased with this board as a beginner! Also, it seems they have the 2019 models in 10′ and 11′. Will do everyting from a casual hang and swim to a few hours on the water. Or do you think the THURSO SURF Waterwalker All-Around SUP 2020 – 120 $939CAD, 126 $969 or 132 $999 CAD is worth investing the extra money for? So glad your getting into SUPing!! Got the electric pump and the iPhone case as well. Both boards have wide noses too, so Morkee should be loving life up the front on either! As the saying goes, “Couples who play together, stay together!”. Volume will dictate how the board will behave with different sizes of paddlers, manufacturers will base their suggestions with this number in mind, if you find a high volume board that is also wide it will be very stable. My 5 lbs. I want to find an inflatable that is firm ( I guess at least 15psi is the suggestion ?). …based on what I’ve said here and perhaps some inferences you might make, could you recommend a iSUP for me? Is it much better than te normal ones, like the one from above? From a performance and turning/maneuverability standpoint the Thurso WaterWalker is also a very capable SUP. Its profile is basic but those paddling for the first time will still get a kick out of riding this blue beauty. If you are under 5’9, then I’d recommend the 126. I’m 5’2″, 120 lbs and probably between beginner and intermediate in terms of skill. I’m open to other brands as well. thanks for your message. Red Paddle Co has some boards that offer up performance for intermediates and their bags are built tough + with wheels! For my husband (tall, beginner and over 220) we got the the iRocker Crusier and the 11′ for me. Thanks again and happy holidays! So perhaps that’s what has been going on for you when trying different boards . My wife and I took your recommendations regarding the iRocker all around. We work really hard on providing real honest information and feedback on all the boards we test because we know it helps people find the board that is best for their needs. . EVA footpad for enhanced shock absorption while standing. (Former equestrian if that matters) I want something that maneuvers easily and can get some speed when I want it. Now I am looking for another inflatable, as the kayaks fill up the top of my Honda Pilot, and my kids are always wanting to take over my paddle board. Less ideal. At we are a team who love the water, the outdoors, and are more than grateful that our full-time job allows us to review stand up paddle boards. I can’t find a review for the NRS thrive. Your typical all-around board is designed to “do it all”. The thing I love most about the 2020 Waterwalker is the board design – in both the aesthetics and board features. I truly appreciate the time and comments. NIXY also includes high quality, removable fins (great for tracking), 3 handles for easy carrying, extra D-rings for a kayak seat and securing other accessories, and even a carry strap included in every purchase. I am Looking for a suggestion on ISUP. Hi Sammy, sounds like the iRocker Sport reviewed in this article would be a great fit. Also, I’ve had the NRS Thrive and Bote boards recommended to me, but haven’t seen any independent reviews. Glad you like the reviews. It also has a weight capacity of 350 lbs. What I’d suggest you do though is to let out a little bit of air and not leave your board inflated at the 15 PSI. Perfect if you want to bring a friend or some extra gear. The downside is it won’t be as stable for the dogs. Great questions! At 10’6 I find the board to be very nimble, and it’s one of my preferred boards for whitewater SUPing, which requires a lot of maneuvering around rocks and debris. They won’t be as ideal as something like the Thurso Prodigy SUP, and the board will be a little big for them. I got a Bravo 20. We decided on the iRocker two board special. The extra features are what make this board step into the family board spotlight though. Our new Gen 2 iSUPs will be ready to ship to customers in a few weeks. He’ll be able to handle either of those boards (my 8 year old is fine on those). A huge deck area at 34″ wide and its round shape makes this a perfect board for doing yoga on. Combine all those features with a great backpack, an upgraded full-carbon shaft + lighter nylon blade paddle, and killer triple action pump and you have our top pick for best inflatable stand up paddle board for 2020! We’re new converts! I saw one video from iRocker that had a paddle that switched from one-bladed end to a two-bladed end for kayaking, which I thought was a really great option. I enjoy doing some stretches but still being able to go for a cruise too. Any recommendations? I live in Florida, so I’ll be on the intracoastal when starting out and hopefully be able to get out on the oceans some too. Thank You so much! Thank you for your kind comments. I had the 126 in my cart over the weekend & I’ve just ordered! I’m guessing it’s probably not ideal for choppy water and I’d certainly stay away from the surf. Just to be clear, can I add the kayak seat to the Blackfin Model XL? However I’m still debating which to buy but leaning towards iRocker and would love your POV. I would like a board that is fast and tracks well in all conditions. Initially I was looking at getting him a kids’ board, but after reading up a bit, I feel like I’d rather invest in a board he can keep using through the years. The pump could be improved but it’s an absolute score you get a carbon fibre paddle and high quality centre fin. • Stability: it’s a thought: I am more balanced than the average human (grew up sailing, skateboarding, riding horses) but something –super- tippy would be irresponsible in the chop because of aforementioned ‘best to not regularly bang head on board’ situation. Your husband would ideally get the 11′ board and youre better off with the 10′ one. Was looking to buy 2 solid SUP but don’t want to deal with storage and transport so now looking at inflatables. However, now you’ve got me thinking my daughter can use a 10′ board. The tranquillity is much lighter(easier for everyone to move it around) and you get the cool deck bag. One removable and two fixed fins for superior control. Please let me know if you have other questions, and sorry for not getting back to you over the weekend! Glad to hear that. As long as those river trips aren’t going to be intense whitewater trips, then you will love the Cruiser. *Keep in mind that we also asked half a dozen beginners to test all our boards so we could get a good, well-rounded view vs just an opinion of those of us who surf and SUP all the time. Thank you so much. Usually I rent boards and take my six year old son with me but I want to buy. is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to They are as close to a hardboard as it gets. I’ll be putting up the review for 2019 over the next week or so, so keep your eyes open! The move maneuverable SUPs on this list are pretty much the opposite of the stability winners – like we said, stability and maneuverability are trade-offs. If you go for a lower volume board it will be lighter to carry, be more responsive as your shift your body weight. Fact is, the vast majority of paddlers don’t ever get their paddle vertical so the width is not as large of a factor for those people. I travel for work (stay places 3-6 months at a time), so I could be on lakes, rivers, oceans, etc. That’s because (again generally speaking) they tend to be thinner at 5”, not 6”. It was a Lucky Bums board. They are a little heavier than other models this size but damn can they hold some weight. If the battery isn’t charged up, we just flip over to the 12 volt option. The BLACKFIN X also glides well given it’s more touring-geared shape, but is bigger so it’s a little harder to get going. Most inflatable SUP’s won’t puncture from dogs claws, they are built bit tougher than that The bigger thing to look for is the extra deck pad area so the dog has somewhere to sit! Take your Bluefin SUP anywhere, whether you are paddling rough seas or a calm lake, our … If so, would you suggest I move to the iRocker? I love the water, but need one that isn’t wobbly and can make me feel safe on the water. I’d like something good for the ocean but not necessarily for surfing although that would be a bonus. Thanks. They are pretty tough competitors haha! Coleman @ Target. That’s enough for either all 3 of your kids or for you to bring one of them or your wife along. 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