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Sandbanks SUP Style 10’5”

Reviewed by us on Apr 8, 2020
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Overall Glide
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Stability
9.5
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Ease of use
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Bag & Pump
8.5
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Fins & Fittings
8.5
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Weight
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Build Quality
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Value
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Deflection
7.5
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7.5

SUPboarder deflection test at 16PSI:  15mm

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me me
me me
2 years ago

Im a novice trying to find out what I need to know to get a good board at a good price…..would you include the pressure specs….I assume higher pressure is better qualty eg 20psi….and less likely to deflect…and can board and pump easily reach and retain higher pressures.

Reuben Ellis
Reuben Ellis (@reuben)
2 years ago
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Hey Me me
There’s so much choice out there for an entry level paddlers. Have a read of this feature, it will help: https://supboardermag.com/2017/02/10/top-ten-tips-buying-inflatable-paddleboard/
But like you say, higher pressure is a good place to start.
All the boards we have ever reviewed have never had a problem when it comes to the pumps and the boards reaching and holding air. I have boards that I have pumped up last year, still at the same pressure.
Hope that helps, Thanks Reuben

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