Inflating & deflating the Stand Up Paddle
To inflate your SUP, check that the valve is in the raised position (closed), so that air does not escape.
Connect the pump.
Inflate to 17 psi.
The more inflated the SUP, the more stable it is and the better its movement.
Disconnect the pump and close the outer plug.
To deflate your SUP, push the valve in firmly, the air will escape.
Roll, starting from the opposite side to the valve to remove all the air for tight folding.
NEVER UNSCREW THE VALVE WHEN THE SUP IS INFLATED! RISK OF INJURY.
If the valve leaks, once the SUP is deflated, close it a quarter turn using the tool provided.
If necessary, it is possible to change the valve, please consult the workshop of your Decathlon store.
In the event of a hole in the structure, it is possible to repair the SUP with the cuttable repair patches and a high-pressure resistant MEK glue.
We have a stand-up paddle board repair kit, reference 8512384.
Available through customer service and online in the event of breakage or loss.
SUP fin reference: 8387656
Practical for sailing
The inflatable SUP is very practical for sailing. It can be attached using the lines without obstruction or damage to the deck. It is easy to launch thanks to its leash. It allows users to paddle around the boat or mooring. A great sporty tender for adults and kids.
Length: 12'6 (381 cm)
Width: 29" (74 cm)
Thickness: 6" (15 cm)
Volume: 305 litres
Weight: 12 kg (+/- 10%)
BAG CONTAINING THE FOLDED SUP:
Height: 90 cm
Width: 44 cm
Thickness: 24 cm
How to choose?
This 12'6 touring model comes in two widths: 29" and 32".
The choice depends on your weight, your usage and your level.
For intermediate users, the 12'6 29" SUP is suitable for paddlers weighing 60 to 80 kg.
Weight in use
For one to two people. Maximum recommended weight: 130 kg.
Valve tightening tool (use only with the SUP deflated)
Recommendations for use
We recommend that you wear a buoyancy aid (reference 8387600) or a buoyancy belt (reference 8600104)