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Pink Flamingo 10.6FT Inflatable Stand Up Paddle Board With New Design UK Stock-82YK Ship Now

£379.89 £319.89


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♢ Durable and inflatable technology features an advanced 6" drop stitch core material. And the 15cm reinforced DWF (Double Wall Fabric) material and strong PVC ensure the SUP board can be inflated to 15PSI, providing a stable platform for paddlers up to 350lbs.

♢ Diamond EVA deck pads provide non-slip and soft grip for a comfortable ride on the board. The board is equipped with two modeled side fins and a removable centre fin that together provide manoeuvrability, good tracking and carving control.

♢ Sudoo boards are easy to fold and you can take or store it anywhere. Stainless steel D-ring at the end for a secure tether. Includes bungee cord and 6 extra D-rings for water bottles, backpacks and/or any other supplies.

♢ The Sudoo 10'6'' SUP board is built for recreational use and offers a high quality paddleboard for novices and seasoned veterans alike, perfect for any occasion on the water. Get ready to create lots of memories!



♢ Item Condition: 100% Brand-new unopened item, unopened in the original package

♢ Material: Diamond EVA deck, Dropstitch, Aluminum Paddle

♢ Color: Multi-color ( shows in the picture )

♢ Type: Inflatable Stand up Paddle Board

♢ Dimensions: 10'6''x32''x6'' (320cmx81cmx15cm) approx. (L x W x H)

♢ Capacity: 396.8 Pounds max

♢ Board Weight: 22 lbs approx

♢ Paddle Adjustable: 65”- 86” approx


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♢ Please bear in mind that there might be 1~2cm difference due to manual measurement.

♢ Slightly color difference might occur in different monitors.


♢ Store your board out of direct sunlight.

♢ Completely dry off your paddle board before storing it away. This will help prevent mildew and mold.

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