Recommended for skimming, touring, racing, cruising, or wake surfing, our inflatable stand up paddleboard is suitable for all skill levels. Available in 5 signature color combos, our collection appeals to both men and women paddlers. Coast, catch some speed, cuise harbors, or hold a yoga class on the water. Venture near or explore waterways abroad. Perfect for thrill seekers who lead active lives, Urikar stand up paddle boards are transportable for convenience. All gear fits neatly in the included inflatable sup carrying bag. Deflate, pack and reinflate the board to drop in whenever, wherever you get the urge.
Q: HOW LONG DOES URIKAR PADDLEBOARD TAKE TO INFLATE?
A: It will take shape and inflate in 8 minutes. Then it just takes a few extra minutes to keep pumping to get it to a higher air pressure. Urikar inflatable SUP can be inflated to 15 PSI.
Q: IS THE FIN REMOVABLE?
A: There are one large center removable fin and two attached side fins. You can customize it for the type of water you are paddling in.
Q: CAN I TAKE MY PADDLEBOARD ON AN AIRPLANE?
A: Absolutely. One of the great things about Urikar inflatable stand-up paddleboards is that they can be taken anywhere, including on an airplane.
Great for first timers. We did buy a power pump, easy to inflate. We also put kayak seats on them and can just relax. Sturdy and a lot of fun!! Recommend.
Love everything about the board. Will buy another one. Had a small issues with Guatemala on pump. I emailed they replied immediately and mailed me a new op card immediately.
I've owned a few of these inflatable boards from different brands but this is definitely my favorite. The stability is especially good for an inflatable board!
I just received the SUP in the mail today. I attached a photo of all the items it came with along with some other closeups. I’ll be taking it out next week and will update.The instructions are a bit sparse but still enough details to get it set up. I wasn’t totally clear on how I should lubricate the pump (which is noted in the instructions) but I’ll figure that out. It even came with a dry bag to keep your valuables dry when using it. The kit also came with an extra pressure gauge for the pump. This is good as the gauge installed in the pump did not seem to work (easy swap). I was worried about over-inflating the board beyond the recommended 15 PSI max so I wanted to ensure the gauge worked.Another great feature is that the paddle adjusts to different height easily with a quick release lever. I attached a pic of that as well. I did have to tighten the quick release lever a bit but it holds well now. It was a little tall for an 8-year-old but he managed. We had adults 5" to 5"10 and it fit them all fine.Inflation and set up takes about 8-10 minutes. That final couple psi up to 15 takes a bit of effort with the included pump to get to but even at 10 psi it was very sturdy and felt super-solid when standing on it. I can't wait to take it out next week!Deflation and packing up of everything took only about 3-5 minutes. Its a bit loud when you press in the valve and start to deflate.Overall I’m super happy with this purchase. I will update this review in about a week or so with some videos of using it on the water.EDIT: I was able to try it out for the first time over the weekend and I loved it! This is my first experience with a SUP. I've used kayaks, canoes, etc but never a SUP. The first few moments on the board are a little tippy but I quickly got the feel for the board. I inflated it to 10 PSI (5 below the max 15 PSI) which felt SUPER solid. We even had an adult and 5 year old on with and there was minimal flex in the board. Attaching some "action video and shots" Apologies for the shaky video we're still getting the hang of the drone. We all had a blast. Inflation and deflation was fast and I left it inflated overnight to try out the following day and i did not need to add air.It was a real hit and kept us occupied all afternoon. My only complaint is the blue color on the deck seems to have faded after only 1 day of use (see photo). I don't really care. The surface was grippy and sturdy which is all that matters. While fully inflated i could easily carry it to/from the pond by myself. I would totally recommend this board.
I am in love with this board! It’s my first paddle board, and definitely my first inflatable paddle board and I feel it is very sturdy and durable. It’s about 25 to 30 pounds fully inflated if I remember correctly maybe a little under 25 I don’t remember exactly. It’s not too heavy but it is a paddleboard and 11 feet long so it’s gonna be awkward no matter what be it an inflatable or a hard board.The deck pad is very comfortable and soft but doesn’t feel like it’s going to tear easily from wear. The fin can be a little finicky to slide into place and to release the clip when you’re done. I find it kind of hard to push down on the unlocking part of the fin to remove. So, what I use is a car key or something just narrow and flat to push it down all the way so I can release it and remove the fin.The paddle is lightweight and easy to maneuver with. The plastic at the telescoping end does not have any rough edges on it so it doesn’t leave scratches or tender spots in your hands. The paddle also has measurements on there so you can see how long you have it extended so you don’t have to guess at it each time you go to use your paddle and expand it.The leash shown didn’t come with the board, it comes with a different plain black one and I ordered that one because of the color options. The D rings are very secure and the bungee on the front fits a small cooler perfectly so you can bring snacks and drinks.I also ordered an electric pump for this so I’ve only use the manual one for about a minute. Like other reviewer‘s on here, the meter does not work on it for some reason so if you were to use the manual pump you would have to guess at how much pressure it was that. I would definitely recommend reaching out to the manufacturer and requesting a replacement pump if the gauge on yours does not work unless you plan on getting an electric pump.