Best Inflatable Stand Up Paddle Board of 2020


ISUP is probably one of the best inventions ever in the surfing world. SUP boards are traditionally heavy and can only be transported in surfboard car racks.

But the new inflatable stand up paddle boards are light, portable, durable and ready to ride, and will provide you with hours of fun. Inflatable stand up paddle boards have absolutely exploded in popularity over the past few years due to the fact that they are affordable, convenient, and super durable.

An iSUP can be stored in even the smallest of spaces which makes them perfect for apartment dwellers, high-rise living, and boat life. Also, if you happen to enjoy traveling, inflatable SUPs are a total game-changer as they can be deflated, rolled up, and brought along on planes, taxis, and even scooters!

Take a look at the best inflatable SUP boards for the 2020/2021 season:


Material: PVC
Size: 10′30″6″
Weight: 20 lbs
Maximum capacity: 330 lbs


  1. NEW ULTRA LIGHT CONSTRUCTION DUAL LAYER PVC Inflated 10′ long 30″ wide 6″ thick, weight 20 lbs, maximum capacity is up to 330 lbs, stable and for all skill levels and conditions.
  2. ULTRA DURABLE Constructed with additional PVC layer of board rails are highly strengthened the board durability.
  3. SAFETY AND CONVENIENCE 30” board width and 3 removable fins construction achieved amazing balance ability.
  4. PACKAGE INCLUDING Board, adjustable aluminum paddle, high pressure pump, travel backpack, coil leash, repair kit, phone bag, and 3 removable fins.

Are you looking for a board that is easy to ride, stable and somewhat cushions a fall? A board that is easy to travel with and store? A board that is durable and won’t crack or dang when you encounter an occasional rock?

Aren’t you primarily intending to SUP surf or SUP race?

If so, an inflatable paddle board seems a good choice for you.

Happy paddle boarding!

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