iSUP Boarding Beginners Questions


How do I inflate my iSUP?

1. Remove from the back pack, lay flat on the sand with fins facing downward.

2. Open the plug on your board and connect one end of the hose to your iSUP and the other to the pump.

3. Pump up your iSUP to a minimum of 11psi or to a maximum of 15psi.

4. Close the plug on your board, and pack away your pump.

5. Turn the board over, slide open the locking mechanism, insert the centre fin, and replace the locking mechanism.

6. Adjust your paddle to suit your height and reach, and you are ready to hit the water.

How do I deflate my iSUP?

1. Let out the air by pressing the yellow air release valve button until your iSUP is deflated.

2. Set your pump to deflate and attach to your board in the same manner as you did when inflating it.

3. Use the pump to suck out any remaining air inside the board until the board can be easily rolled up.

4. Return your deflated iSUP back into your backpack.

What must I do to be safe on my board?

1. Do not enter the water if you are unable to swim, or if you are injured in anyway that will impair your ability to swim or balance.

2. Do not use your board on breakers, as SUP Boards are designed specifically for use on flat water.

3. Make sure that you are aware of any and all undercurrents, water and forecast weather conditions from the locals of any area in which you intend to use your board.

4. Young children and poor swimmers should always wear a life jacket whilst riding.

5. Never use in windy conditions.

iSUP Boarding Beginners Questions

 

How do I inflate my iSUP?

1. Remove from the back pack, lay flat on the sand with fins facing downward.

2. Open the plug on your board and connect one end of the hose to your iSUP and the other to the pump.

3. Pump up your iSUP to a minimum of 11psi or to a maximum of 15psi.

4. Close the plug on your board, and pack away your pump.

5. Turn the board over, slide open the locking mechanism, insert the centre fin, and replace the locking mechanism.

6. Adjust your paddle to suit your height and reach, and you are ready to hit the water.

How do I deflate my iSUP?

1. Let out the air by pressing the yellow air release valve button until your iSUP is deflated.

2. Set your pump to deflate and attach to your board in the same manner as you did when inflating it.

3. Use the pump to suck out any remaining air inside the board until the board can be easily rolled up.

4. Return your deflated iSUP back into your backpack.

What must I do to be safe on my board?

1. Do not enter the water if you are unable to swim, or if you are injured in anyway that will impair your ability to swim or balance.

2. Do not use your board on breakers, as SUP Boards are designed specifically for use on flat water.

3. Make sure that you are aware of any and all undercurrents, water and forecast weather conditions from the locals of any area in which you intend to use your board.

4. Young children and poor swimmers should always wear a life jacket whilst riding.

5. Never use in windy conditions.

iSUP Boarding Beginners Questions

 

How do I inflate my iSUP?

1. Remove from the back pack, lay flat on the sand with fins facing downward.

2. Open the plug on your board and connect one end of the hose to your iSUP and the other to the pump.

3. Pump up your iSUP to a minimum of 11psi or to a maximum of 15psi.

4. Close the plug on your board, and pack away your pump.

5. Turn the board over, slide open the locking mechanism, insert the centre fin, and replace the locking mechanism.

6. Adjust your paddle to suit your height and reach, and you are ready to hit the water.

How do I deflate my iSUP?

1. Let out the air by pressing the yellow air release valve button until your iSUP is deflated.

2. Set your pump to deflate and attach to your board in the same manner as you did when inflating it.

3. Use the pump to suck out any remaining air inside the board until the board can be easily rolled up.

4. Return your deflated iSUP back into your backpack.

What must I do to be safe on my board?

1. Do not enter the water if you are unable to swim, or if you are injured in anyway that will impair your ability to swim or balance.

2. Do not use your board on breakers, as SUP Boards are designed specifically for use on flat water.

3. Make sure that you are aware of any and all undercurrents, water and forecast weather conditions from the locals of any area in which you intend to use your board.

4. Young children and poor swimmers should always wear a life jacket whilst riding.

5. Never use in windy conditions.