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A stable and easy-to-handle generously sized inflatable Stand Up Paddle (SUP) for users weighing more than 80 kg, for cruising or surfing small waves.
Users reviews
4.45 / 5 713 ratings

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User benefits

Very wide (34") and thick (6") for stiffness and maximum stability.
Compact design
Dimensions folded in the bag (96 x 40 x 16 cm). Inflates to 15 psi in 6 minutes.
Glide performance
Versatile pointed shape suitable for cruising and small waves
Robust and impact-resistant glued dropstitch & PVC construction.
Easy transport
10.5 kg. Easy to carry to water for launching, or in a backpack.
User comfort
Foam deck for comfort and grip. EVA foam handle
Carrying comfort
New bag with foam lining on the shoulders opens flat easily.
Suitable for up to 2 people. Maximum load: 320 kg

Technical card

Main fabric : 70.0% Polyvinyl Chloride - Phtalate Free, Main fabric : 30.0% Polyester Foam : 75.0% Polyethylene, Foam : 25.0% Ethylene Vinyl Acetate Carry bag : 100.0% Polyester
Availability of spare parts essential to the use of the product: 2 years
Download user manual link


Storage advice
Store deflated, flat and out of sunlight, after first removing the fin and leash. If storing inflated, release some of the pressure and store in a flat position without any load.
Use restriction
Not suitable for paddling further than 300 m from shelter.


Recommended user weight Maximum load
Recommended user weight: Less than 60 kg: ultra-stable board. 60 to 80 kg: very stable board. More than 80 kg: ideal board for easily starting out. Maximum load: 320 kg.
Inflating and deflating the Stand Up Paddle board
INFLATION Make sure the valve’s orange button is up (closed), by pressing on it. Connect the pump. Inflate to 15 psi. The more inflated the SUP, the more stable it is and the better its movement. Disconnect the pump and close the outer plug. DEFLATION Firmly push the valve’s orange button to let the air out. Do not put your face near and stay back. Roll, starting from the opposite side to the valve to remove all the air.
Fin and fin base
Available through customer service and online in the event of breakage or loss. SUP fin reference: 8403374 Remember to remove the fin once you get off the water. If possible, rinse the fin base before and after use. Start folding up from the fin base, following the dotted lines to avoid damaging the base.
Maintenance tool
NEVER UNSCREW THE VALVE WHEN THE SUP IS INFLATED! RISK OF INJURY. If the valve leaks, once the SUP is deflated, close it a quarter turn using the tool provided. If necessary, it is possible to change the valve, please consult the workshop of your Decathlon store.
Technical dimensions
INFLATED SUP: Length: 11' (335.5 cm) Width: 34" (86.5 cm) Thickness: 6" (15 cm) Volume: 335 litres Weight: 10.5 kg (+/- 10%) BAG CONTAINING THE FOLDED SUP: Height: 97 cm Width: 40 cm Thickness: 20 cm These dimensions leave space for the pump and paddle.
In the event of a hole in the structure, it is possible to repair the SUP with the cuttable repair patches and a high-pressure resistant MEK glue. We have a stand-up paddle board repair kit, reference 8512384.
Always wear your leash to stay attached to your board if you fall. It’s best to attach it to your ankle, but it can also be attached to the knee. Remove it and rinse after each use.
Practical for sailing
The inflatable SUP is very practical for sailing. It can be attached using the lines without obstruction or damage to the deck. It is easy to launch thanks to its leash. It allows users to paddle around anchored boats. A great sporty tender for adults and kids.
Always dry
Its 6” thickness (height on water) keeps you dry when paddling on calm water.
Perfect for doing YOGA in natural areas without getting wet thanks to its stability and height on the water.
Bag contents
Board Fin Leash User guide Repair patch Valve tightening tool (use only with the SUP deflated)
Recommendations for use
We recommend that you wear a buoyancy aid (reference 8501295) or a buoyancy belt (reference 8600104)
SUP with your pet
Find our advice guides on our Itiwit website: PLEASE NOTE: It is best to protect your board with a towel.

Users reviews

4.45 / 5 713 ratings
645 users recommended this product

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  • Man
    02 October 2020
    Use since 2 to 8 weeks
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    Sup board

    Good service and really good quality board

  • Man
    50-59 years old
    25 September 2020
    Use since 1 week or less
    That review has been deposited on this product version
    Guessing PSI can’t be best.

    Great board...stable, high and dry!
    My debut launch on my new SUP went smashingly. But I had to guess what psi I was at, using the brand new ITIWIT pump with the gauge that didn’t work. Hoping I sort it out before my next £30 it’s too expensive to not serve its purpose. Has anyone else had this problem?

  • Man
    30-39 years old
    16 September 2020
    Use since 2 to 8 weeks
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    A good sturdy beginner board

    Bit of a love hate with this board to be fair! It’s good. It’s big. It’s stable. It’s very much worth the price point and feels high quality. I keep reading about people breaking the fins so I got a spare but it seems really solid. I feel like I would need to like sit on it on flat ground to snap it? (It’s rigid plastic not flexible rubber but it’s strong).

    So it’s wider and heavier than other boards (also being 11 foot. Last one I used was 10’6) and the extra width definitely slows it down a bit (but it’s more of a work out so I’m not complaining too much) and the extra width makes it feel really stable. I’ve never fallen off this thing in places like canals. Only come off trying to do stuff like jump into a back step turn (so that’s my fault not the board).

    Problems I have with it are 1) it doesn’t come with a paddle or a pump so that puts the price up (ESPECIALLY WHEN PADDLES ARE SOLD OUT ALL OVER! I got a random 2 piece off eBay that doesn’t fit in the bag! How annoying) so thats a shame and the big one for me is that the board only tracks well in certain situations.

    If the water has any chop (sea. Lake with speed boats, strong wind) then it’s like a laser and goes straight really well but in flat water like a Canal, two or three stokes and you’re basically at 45 degrees unless you are REALLY light with your paddle. It needs thrusters (side fins) that can be put on and taken off like the main fin. I’m actually going to buy some to try to see if I’m right at some point.

    Overall, it’s not going to be used for racing. If you go out in a group the weird tracking will mean you bump into a few people. It’s not going to get you anywhere at blistering speed. But for the price point, I haven’t seen anything else out there that’s as well made or as sturdy as this. I may have issues with it but I’ve been out on it 15+ times and am off out with it this weekend so clearly me and the board still have a thing going.

    Oh and if you want to paddle out, lay down like a sunbed and just drift and read, best board ever! It’s a great size and I’m 6’ and weight like 86kg