DISCOVER ISUP BY SPECIALITY
Surf ISUP

Surf specific stand-up paddle boards are typically 
shorter, have a narrower nose and tail and more 
rocker (curve) than allround, and flatwater/race 
boards. The narrow shape makes the board much 
more maneuverable on a wave, but the trade off 
is that they are slower and don't track in a straight 
line on flatwater and are also often less stable.
Race ISUP

Race boards are narrower to increase the boards 
speed. The narrowness makes race boards 
challenging for beginner paddlers and are not 
recommended.
All round ISUP

Allround boards are typically thicker, wider, and 
longer than surf specific models. These versatile, 
multi-purpose boards are great first time boards 
because they allow you to explore all aspects of 
the sport with only one board. 
Touring ISUP

Air touring boards are optimised for touring, 
open ocean paddling, and 'downwinders' 
(going from point A to B with the wind at your 
back). They are typically longer than allround 
boards, and often have a nose area that is 
pointed to help the board slice through the 
water smoothly, increase glide and help the 
board go straight. Most touring boards are 
wide enough to be stable for beginners.
DISCOVER ISUP BY FUNCTION
STANDARD The most common and the most sold category.
PRO Categories that use better materials.
MAX All in one category, better materials and better 
performance.
CLASSIFICATION 1st Grade 2nd Grade 3rd Grade
STANDARD PRO MAX
Drop Stitch Fabric Warp Knitting Woven Woven
Paddle Board Weight Heavier Lighter Lighter
Movable Handle
Paddle Holder
D-ring 15 PCS 15 PCS 15 PCS
Reinforced PVC Strip
Paddle Board Shape Flat Flat "V" Shape
Stability Testing Standard Standard Best