Inflatable Paddleboarding

Inflatable Paddleboarding

Inflatable Paddleboarding is a great way of getting into SUP, the fastest growing water sport in the world. Stand-Up Boarding has become phenomenally popular in recent years, and it’s no wonder. It’s a great, relaxing sport that exercises your body, improves your balance and coordination, and gives you some great moments to get out on the water, enjoy the weather, and calm your mind. And if you’re looking for a stand-up paddleboard that gives you the balance, swiftness on the water and space for carriage with a great non-slip surface, then you can’t go wrong with the Bestway Hydro-Force White Cap inflatable SUP.

Inflatable Paddleboarding with the Bestway Hydro-Force White Cap SUP

So yeah, a hardboard has a lot of advantages when it comes to performance. But the biggest drawbacks are space. Even the keenest paddleboarding enthusiast has to stow their board away somewhere most of the time when they’re not using it. The beauty of an inflatable board is that you can easily put it away when it’s not in use. It’s possible to transport it in a car without the need for a roof rack, and because of the thicker material, it’s actually a great beginner’s board – it’s much more stable on the water.

Inflatable Paddleboarding Doesn’t Usually Come with a Warranty.

With many inflatable products, you tend to run into problems almost the moment you settle onto the water. So we are all quite suspicious of most products on the market – and rightly so, because quite frankly, there are so many duds. Why we chose Bestway’s product is because it comes with a solid 12-month warranty so that if there’s anything wrong with your board when you buy it – or when you actually go to use it, you don’t have to worry. You’re covered. And our own experience with researching this product, coupled with the fact that we’re not seeing many of them returned, we can feel confident we have a decent quality board on our hands.

Safety First

Remember when you’re first beginning, any new watersport safety should come first. Stay clear of obstacles and rocks, and begin on your knees while developing a good sense of balance. Gradually, you can spread out and get on those feet. But make sure never to go out on the water alone!

If you have any questions about our range of products, you can always give us a shout on 021-496 51 32