Our Top Choice
Tower Paddle Boards Adventurer iSUP Package
Building some of the most reliable paddleboard models currently on the market, the Tower Paddle Boards company delivers once again with their plucky Adventurer model!
It is able to support up to 350 lbs., is made of tough PVC material, and comes with a pump a paddle.
There is no instruction sheet available for this model.
9 feet 10 inches; 24lbs.
Solstice Bali Stand-Up Paddleboard
As far as communicating with the elements is concerned, Solstice has got you covered for at least two- wind and water! There's some serious design prowess evident in all their products.
It's high-pressure inflatable. Quite strong considering it's not the standard model. Built out of tough PVC material.
There are some issues with stability (until you get used to it).
10 feet 8 inches
Denier 1000 3ply PVC
BIC Sport Wing Stand Up Paddleboard
The BIC Sports company is one of the world leaders in the production of durable yet lightweight boards. Their ACE-TEC model is a fine example of their designing efforts over the years.
This model's got the Gear of the Year Award given out by the Outside Magazine. It's lightweight and durable. A perfect choice for a rookie who's into fitness paddling!
It's a bit pricey.
11 feet /12 feet 6 inches; 34lbs
Ten Toes Weekender Stand Up Paddleboard
The Ten Toes company is a business that creates and sells all products related to paddle and skate boarding. This Weekender model is one of their finest paddle boards yet!
This model's made out of military PVC. It comes with an aluminum paddle, and there's a 1-year warranty.
The pump isn't as sturdy as it could have been.
10 feet; 29lbs
ISLE Surf and SUP Inflatable Paddle Board
The Isle company enjoys a reputation of being a worldwide supplier of all kinds of water sports-related boards, and the Airtech model is one of their finest products to date.
It's made out of tough military-worthy PVC, and comes with a carry backpack. A high-pressure pump is included in the offer.
The paddle is quite heavy and might require some getting used to.
10 feet 6 inches; 21lbs