1x Wulf Aero 10ft Inflatable Paddle Board
1x 3-Piece Adjustable SUP Paddle
1x 10ft Removable Aero Centre Fin
1x Aero Repair Kit
1x Hand Pump
1x Travel Bag
1x Coiled Leash
Accessory styles may differ slightly from shown.
Crafted with AeroULTRA Technology, we've created a great-looking, extremely lightweight, inflatable paddle board. The WULF Aero 10ft4 Native Floral is fun to paddle and super stable. It's the do-it-all, everyday grab-and-go SUP. Made for the first-timer, part-timer, or weekend warrior, the WULFAero will make sure your next paddle is a great one.
Dimensions: 10ft4 (315cm) L × 34in (87cm) W × 6in (16cm) D
Capacity: 250 lbs (113 kg)
Avg. Weight: 20 lbs (9 kg)
Construction: Inflatable AeroULTRA Technology
Optimal Inflation: 10-15 psi
Travel Bag Dimensions: 38in (97cm) L × 18in (46cm) W × 12in (31cm) D
Loaded Bag Weight: 26 lbs (11 kg)
If rider weight is within 50 lbs (22 kg) of a board's listed capacity, BOTE recommends upgrading to a larger capacity board.
The accessory integration system that allow the paddler to “deck out” their board with custom Racs.
Featuring a key pocket and padded velcro ankle clasp this coiled leash will perform to the highest standard in any condition.
In a matter of minutes, you can transform this inflatable from something that fits in a backpack to a fully functional watercraft.
WHAT IS THE BEST SUP FOR A BEGINNER?
You’ve most likely seen people SUPing on social media, or on a local waterway, on holiday, on TV or just heard about it from friends. We are guessing it has piqued your interest as you are looking further into the sport. Perhaps as a hobby, perhaps as a fun thing to do on weekends with the family, or maybe to mix up your yoga routine or to increase your fitness. The main thing is that you are looking into it and so you might need a little help in choosing your first SUP.
What should you look for in your very first SUP?
Your first SUP needs to be stable. You want to be able to get up easily rather than spend most of your time battling with standing, wobbling around and falling a lot, especially when the weather and waters get colder. While length plays a huge part in this, the main thing you want to look for is width. Width equals stability. A beginner should look for a SUP at 33 inches wide or above. 32 inches is too narrow for a beginner. A SUP with a squared off tail will also provide more stability for a beginner. A wider board will provide more stability than a narrower board.