Special Offers

  1. Win a Carbon SUP Paddle!

    Red Paddle Co Competition

    To celebrate the launch of the new Red Paddle Co range we're giving away a Red Carbon SUP Paddle worth £229, plus a paddle bag and dry bag! To enter simply enter your email address below and click the link in the email we send you. to confirm. This will also sign you up to our SUP Inflatables mailing list, but of course you can unsubscribe easily any time if you wish. The winner will be drawn at random after 1st November and notified by email. Good luck!

    ENTRIES ARE NOW CLOSED!

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  2. N1SCO Swanage

    n1sco Swanage

     

    On Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th June the Naish N1SCO European Championships are coming to Swanage, Dorset. The weekend is set to be great fun, with loads going on for competitors and spectators alike. As the event is just around the corner from SUP Inflatables HQ, we're getting involved by offering 10% Off Naish N1SCO SUPs, valid only until Monday 11th June. This is a great opportunity to save £105.90 off this fantastic inflatable SUP, which is the perfect shape for touring and or course paddling in the Naish race series. Read on for more info on the event and the Naish N1SCO SUP, or click here to buy your board!

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  3. Photo Competition

    SUP Photo Competition

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  4. Restube Review

    Restube Review

    Why Do I Need a Restube?

    RESTUBE IS NOW 30% OFF!  -  BUY NOW

    The Restube is an innovative personal floatation device (pfd) that is very well suited to paddleboarding. But before we get in to the details about the Restube, why should paddleboarders wear a pfd? When having a SUP lesson or borrowing a board from a SUP rental center it is commonplace to wear a buoyancy aid. In our experience however, as soon as people by their own SUP they tend to not bother wearing a buoyancy aid, after all, the paddleboard itself is plenty buoyant enough, no? No!

    The safety concern is getting separated from your paddleboard in open water. Paddlers should always wear a SUP leash to attach themselves to the board, however this should not be relied upon as the sole piece of safety equipment as there is always a possibility that this could be ineffective, for example the leash snapping or leash attachment point failing.

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