2020 red paddle co all round paddle boards best inflatable sups

There are a lot of guides about how to inflate your stand up paddle board. Heck, I’ve featured 2, here and here. But, there aren’t many about how to deflate and pack away your board. Today, that changes.

After paddle boarding you often need to lug about a huge, heavy and long board, lift it onto your roof racks, tie it down, etc… With an inflatable SUP, all you need to do is let the air out, roll it up, pack it away in the backpack it comes with and throw it in your trunk, stash it in your closet or throw it below deck ready for the next session. Let’s see how easy it really is.

That’s it, let the air out, remove the RSS battens, remove the US box style fin, roll it up, job done.

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About the author: Julian Kidd
I have been an avid stand up paddle boarder since 2009. I retired from professional kiteboarding to focus on SUP. Green Water Sports grew from this love of all things SUP. As well as being a keen paddle boarder, I'm a hockey fan, football fan, closet petrol head, web tinkerer, husband and father.

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