Traveling with SUP boards.

John and I own 4 paddle boards, two of which (and more frequently used) are our Alpine Inflatable Tahoe SUP Boards.

These boards roll up into a 40 lbs roller backpack, and can be checked for plane flights or backpacked into the back country via our hiking packs.

Once inflated they reach 20 psi, which means they are stiff and ridged like a regular board. While it’s functionally might not completely compare to a carbon fiber board, if you’re looking for a board that is easy to travel with, this is your best option.

Thanks to some Delta mishaps, our paddle boards have more frequent flier miles than we do. They have been in two oceans, 6 states, and countless rivers and lakes nationwide.

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Use is Easy,

Once you have reached your location, you simply remove the board, pump, and fins from the bag and begin pumping. For us, it normally takes about five minutes per board. Then you’re good to go.

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If you want to talk more about these boards or have questions, email us here.

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