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Tahoe SUP Alpine Explorer Inflatable Stand-Up Paddleboard - 11’x31"

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Information about Tahoe SUP Alpine Explorer Inflatable Stand-Up Paddleboard - 11’x31"
2nds. The Tahoe SUP Alpine Explorer stand-up paddleboard is the company's lightest, most portable offering. It offers stable touring board performance and is easy to store and transport in the included backpack.
  • Dual rear fin boxes for increased tracking
  • 10" fins
  • UNIsup technology delivers improved rigidity when compared to most inflatable SUPs
  • Front and mid-mounted handles
  • Bungee attachments
  • Front and rear D-rings
  • Includes backpack and pump
  • Made in China
Specs about Tahoe SUP Alpine Explorer Inflatable Stand-Up Paddleboard - 11’x31"
  • Boat style: SUP Board
  • Capacity: Up to 230 lb.
  • Weight: 22 lb.
  • Length: 11'
  • Width: 31"
  • Material: Polymer-coated fabric
  • Boat usage: Recreation
  • Made in China

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Verified Buyer Reviewed by Paddle Grrrrrrl from Bay Area, CA on Thursday, April 10, 2014
I've only taken this board out once, but it turned into a way more epic journey than planned and the board performed great! I took it on the Napa River and except for the fins hitting the bottom in really shallow spots (might look into getting shorter fins for future river trips), the board stayed s... Read More
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by mojo from Colorado on Monday, August 25, 2014
    This gorgeous inflatable is great for flat water touring. The 6 inch thickness makes it nice and stiff and the twin fins add to it's stability and tracking. It glides well for an inflatable. The center inflatable tube is slightly annoying, as it creates a raised tube down the center of the board (which my SUP dog gives a paws down). The travel bag is very nice. The included pump is satisfactory, but not the best that I've used.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Goldino from Northern CA on Saturday, August 02, 2014
    I am very pleased with this board. The board appears very well made and comes with a good quality pump with PSI gauge. The backpack is GREAT! Board and pump fit in there easily and it has nice wide, well padded straps that make for a comfortable carrying experience. There are straps on the side of the backpack which were handy for strapping on my paddle (could have probably fit it inside if I wanted to - note that paddle is not included!).

    Pumping it up is not too bad. I had meant to bring an electric pump to get it started but I forgot it. We counted ~175 pumps to get to 10 PSI which felt really solid and ended up being plenty of air support my 120lb body without any sagging. Those last few pumps were quite difficult. You really need to lean your whole body into it. A heavier person would probably need to go to a higher PSI (they recommend 12-15) but then again, a heavier/stronger person would probably have an easier time leaning into an extra few strokes of the pump.

    Tip for deflation: obviously you want to roll it up toward the valve end so you can push the air out as you roll it, but even if it seems like you've got it rolled up pretty tight, if you unroll it and re-roll it a second time once you've deflated it, it will fit into the backpack much easier.

    I have only two relatively minor issues: I do not understand the purpose of the extra little air chamber down the center of the board. It doesn't seem useful at all and meanwhile it gets in the way if, say, you want to sit down on the board to take a rest, or maybe have a kid on it with you, or stuff strapped down. I will probably just not inflate that part (it has a separate valve) next time and see how it goes. Also the owner's manual I received is terrible! Almost every step of the directions is cut off mid sentence. Excerpt from the maintenance section: "Make sure that no sand nor gravel remains inside th" I would say for the most part you really don't need the instructions though I would have liked it if the section on how to repair punctures wasn't cut off in the middle.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Tahoe Love from Carson City, NV on Monday, April 14, 2014
    only got it out once so far, but it is a super fun board. Sturdy. Didn't weigh it but it seemed a little heavier than I was expecting but still very managable. Took it out in choppy water and was pretty stable. Easy to pack up and throw in the car.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Paddle Grrrrrrl from Bay Area, CA on Thursday, April 10, 2014
    I've only taken this board out once, but it turned into a way more epic journey than planned and the board performed great! I took it on the Napa River and except for the fins hitting the bottom in really shallow spots (might look into getting shorter fins for future river trips), the board stayed stiff, tracked great (better than my boyfriend's NSF Earl 4, although he didn't get stuck in shallow spots). The bungees on front and back worked great for holding my lifejacket and a dry bag with extra layers. The reason this trip was more epic than planned was that we didn't time the tides appropriately and went way too far up river (8.5 miles roundtrip), but the board still handled great going against current and strong wind on the way back (this did require me going into beast mode though). And then I just rolled it up, put it in it's backpack and it went in the trunk of my car, way less hassle than dealing with a stiff board and car racks. I see many more adventures with this board in the future, but will time the tides right next time!
  • Reviewed by Cherrie the paddle boarder from St. Croix, Virgin Islands on Wednesday, March 19, 2014
    Love my boards, they are easy to transport and sturdier than you would expect. I can through the bag in my miata and off I go. Love the boards and the convienance of taking it anywhere. They are a little harder to paddle board with compared to the wooden paddle boards but once you master these you can paddle on anything. Great experience, alot of fun, and fits my needs exactly

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