Now comes in 2 configurations - Regular, and Racing with pointed rear section.
New streamlined design, unique crossover between inflatable SUP paddle board and sit-on-top inflatable kayak for 1 or 2 people. Extra thick 6" drop stitch high pressure air deck hull, that is excellent for stand up paddle boarding. Takes up to 15psi of air pressure, but even 8-10psi is enough for this board to be used for standing. Very fast and easy to paddle. Can reach up to 5-6 mph max speed.
Sets of 8 D-rings allow installation of either one seat in a middle of the board, for one person kayaking, or two seats for tandem kayaking. Board large enough to support 2 adults of about 180 lbs each, or one adult up to 250-280 lbs in a middle. Can also support 3 kids for fun on a water.
What makes this inflatable board unique, is 2(two!) removable fins, one in front and one in rear. That allows excellent tracking when kayaking. To use for paddle boarding, only rear fin can be installed. Or 2, if using board as SUP in a windy condition.
Regular kayak seats can be attached to D-rings installed on top of inflatable board. However, for best comfort we suggest using low sand beach chairs, sold in Walmart for only $10! Use regular tie downs or Velcro straps to secure beach chairs to D-rings. Not only beach seats offer excellent back support, but also keep riders higher than regular kayak seats, and therefore offering drier ride in a choppy water conditions. Fishing rods, umbrellas or gear can be then mounted to beach chairs. Customization are limitless.
Now comes in 2 choices - Regular and Racing. Both models are same specs, difference only in rear section. Idea behind pointed end of Racing model was to improve trailing of water flow in rear. Also, when using with rowing add-on kit, it possible to row against wing, and then open beach umbrella and ride backward down wind, with pointed end cutting through the water.
New V2.0 now comes with extra seat of D-rings that allows mounting optional aluminum or wooden board across 2 boards to make electric motor or even sail catamaran. Or, one wooden or aluminum board can be placed across SUP board with optional motor mount installed on one side, to convert it into electric motor kayak.