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Airhead SUP SS Camouflage

Airhead SUP SS Camouflage

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Airhead SUP SS Camouflage

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Airhead SUP
SS Camouflage
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Weighing in at only 32 lbs for the board and fins, the SS Camouflage by Airhead SUP is a light and versatile option for fishing enthusiasts. The “SS” stands for super stable and stability is definitely something that this board delivers in spades. This makes the board suitable for everyone from beginners and intermediate to larger riders. In addition, the board design fits the part as well with its camo style look.

The SS Camouflage is made from extra rugged drop stitch PVC and is sturdy enough to hold up to 300 lbs. It is a 38” wide paddle board, which offers plenty of room along with excellent stability. For added comfort the SS Camouflage has a comfortable anti-skid EVA foot pad and overall it is a board that is very easy to paddle. It’s not the fastest inflatable paddle board on the market, but this shouldn’t be too much of an issue for anglers who simply want a stable platform. Padded carry handles can be found at the bow, stern and center of the board, which makes it easy to transport. To secure your gear, the SS Camouflage has bungee tie-down cords located at the front of the board.

In terms of design, the SS Camouflage has tapered rails along with an aggressive nose. It comes with three fins, with the center one being removable. It has excellent stiffness as well as a lower standing area and offers straight tracking. The best thing about the SS Camouflage is its ability to stay stable even when you are way up on the edge. This is all thanks to the two side chambers, which Airhead SUP recommends you inflate to between 7 and 9 PSI for the best results. Anyone looking for a board that is not only stable, but also good looking, will appreciate the SS Camouflage.


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