Fiber – Epoxy SUP
If you’re a serious paddler and looking for increased maneuverability, speed and glide then an epoxy board might be right for you .
Epoxy boards are typically constructed of EPS foam and multiple layers of fiberglass and epoxy resin to prevent dings. EPS construction creates a lighter, more durable hard paddle board.
When it comes down to performance, epoxy boards surpass inflatable’s boards. Epoxy sup boards are longer than 3 meters.
You will need Roof car rack to transport your SUP. Epoxy SUPs usually require a large vehicle or rack and straps for your car. Epoxy boards aren’t difficult to store. You just need to have enough space for a 9+ foot SUP.
The Epoxy board
(+) Is the Best choice for SUP surfing, SUP racing and long-distance expeditions.
(+) Provides optimal performance compared to every other type of paddle board.
(-) Is the most difficult board to transport.
(-) Is the least durable type of paddle board, if you drop it, it is vulnerable to dings & scratches.
(-) You need to have enough storage space in your home and a large vehicle or external racks to transport to & from your home.
(-) Usually, the most expensive type of paddle board.
Prima Wts SUP
Prima WTS SUP boards are typically constructed of EPS foam and multiple layers of fiberglass and epoxy resin to prevent dings. They are specially designed with wide line to provide comfort and stability.
They come with a foul deck cover made of crocodile groove material and hard bottom base for better stability.
There are 4 different sizes available from 8.0 -11.6 .
The Prima WTS SUP models
(+) Are the best choices for SUP surfing, and ideal for watersports bases.
(+) They provide optimal stability based on the wide shape and comfort baked to the foul deck eva compared to every other type of paddle board.
(+) The low pricing and the comfort can make this line the most cost to performance efficiency.
(-) They need to have enough storage space in your home and a large vehicle or external racks to transport to & from your home.
The thermoplastic SUP is a super-strong SUP board. The can handle heavy impact has one of the highest levels of buoyancy due to a durable EPS core wrapped in a monocoque fiberglass layup. Covered with the world’s strongest polycarbonate give us a super-strong SUP board. The full EVA – deck pad give you more protection and comfort , to enjoy your rides. Plastic SUPs have a hard thermoplastic molded shell around either a foam core or a hollow core. While these are typically heavier and less performance-oriented, they are more affordable. Some are also rotationally molded PE which are the heaviest but also may last the longest. This style is popular with camps and rental locations that get heavy daily use, and with families with younger paddlers learning to SUP.
(-)Cons: The thick plastic construction makes these boards heavy and difficult to transport, plus makes them less maneuverable and less performance-oriented.
The new AquaSup inflatables have an impressive color design and they are constructed with reinforced materials. They offered in package, concluding many extra gifts beyond the basic package, such as waterproof mobile phone case and waterproof 20lt bag as a gift.
The new AquaSup inflatables have been designed for all around use, and their basic characteristic is the heavy duty commercial-grade PVC material with drop-stitch construction that creates an air core and when it’s properly inflated, is very rigid.
Proper for: travelers and those who have limited storage place.
(+) Portability and storage: Because they can be deflated and stored in a small bag, iSUPs are a good fit for those with limited storage space and who want to SUP when they travel. Most iSUPs come with a hand pump and storage bag.
(+) Whitewater Paddling: Like a raft or inflatable kayak, iSUPs handle bumps against rocks and logs better than solid boards.
(-) Cons: Inflatable paddle boards need to be … inflated! You will need to spend a few minutes inflating and deflating on every SUP trip. Another slight disadvantage of iSUPs is performance, as they float on top of the water rather than cut through the water as solid boards do, although the difference in performance is only slight.