Ten Toes makes a complete line of inflatable paddle boards. This one is the “Weekender” and is designed as a fun all-around board for fitness, exploring, yoga and more. Because it is to versatile and easy to use, it’s also their best-selling paddle board.
Ten Toes “Weekender” Inflatable Standup Paddleboard
Good for Your First SUP.
The Weekender is the most stable SUP that they make. It’s great for people of all skill levels, so if you’re new to the sport keep this board in mind.
It’s not too long, so it’s easier to maneuver in the water as well as carry down the beach. The Weekender is also a thicker board, making it more stable for both paddling and doing other balancing exercises like yoga.
The bottom line is that sports gear that is easier and more fun to use will get used more often. That’s another great feature of this paddle board.
Tough Guy. And Low Maintenance Too.
Like many other high-quality iSUPs, Ten Toes’ Weekender is very tough and durable due to the military-grade PVC used. When fully inflated, they fool the average person into thinking that they are a hard foam core board.
Many consumers are concerned about the construction of inflatable gear (ie. “How long will it hold up?”). With this super-strong PVC material, these paddle boards can last for many years with minimal care and maintenance. You also don’t have to worry about repairing dents or dings.
In fact, they are just as reliable as their non-inflated counterparts. Ten Toes’ inflatable standup paddle boards are made from the same material as hard-core blow-up kayaks. That means their boards fare better in rocky conditions than traditional hard epoxy boards.
- Fully Inflated: 10′ Long x 30″ Wide x 6″ Thick
- Rolled Up for Storage: 11″ High x 36″ Wide
Ten Toes Paddle Board Package Includes:
- iSUP, Choose from 4 Colors: Red, Blue, Green or Grey
- Lightweight Aluminum Paddle (adjustable and breaks down into 3 portable pieces)
- 3 Tracking Fins
- Air Pump
- Patch Repair Kit
Where’s the Bag?
Although the carrying pack may not matter to some people, some SUP packages include a sporty backpack or carrier bag. That’s not the case with Ten Toes. You’ll have to purchase the bag separately. Oh well.
The bad news is that you don’t get a bag. The good news is that you don’t have to pay the extra dollars for one if you don’t want it. You also get the option to choose between the RAMBLER rucksack bag for about $50 or the NOMAD roller bag for about $90. Or just save yourself some money…
How it Measures Up:
Jet Setter: racing SUP for intermediate/advanced racers
Globetrotter: racing SUP for beginners
Nano: smaller board for smaller riders