The Bajao Cabin effectively turns your inflatable paddleboard into an air mattress while adding protection from the elements. Its inflatable airframe provides a lightweight structure, and its removable flysheet has mosquito netting underneath so you can sleep under the stars. The whole tent can also be used directly on the ground or on your roof rack.
What’s up SUP? Stand-up paddleboarding has a super-stable inflatable that makes the fastest growing watersport easy to pick up, pack up, and set up. Bote’s affordable Wulf Aero 10′4″ Inflatable Paddle Board weighs just 29 lb., fully loaded with an adjustable paddle, removable fin, hand pump, repair kit, and travel bag.
Bote’s compact Rackham Aero 11’ Inflatable Paddle Board is lighter, smaller, and more portable than full-size boards, packing into a tidy 44″× 20″× 17″ travel bag. The No Quarter Limited Edition includes a ton of extras like a cooler, tackle rack, sand spear, and MagneKoozie magnetic drinkware for sips while you SUP.
Loeva is showing off their design for a standup paddleboard that lets you see through to the water below your feet. It’s made using a crystal clear material for its middle, wrapped in a lightweight carbon frame. Integral LED lighting provides illumination to a depth of up to 15 meters (49 feet) in clear water.