Which board should I choose?
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With a thinner rail depth and a slightly shorter 10ft length, the Allround Ten will suit smaller and lighter paddlers up to 85kg.
This SUP is fun, responsive and easy to paddle and turn, so is great for beginners.
The board measures 10’ x 31” x 6” and inflates to 15-17psi.
Supremely easy to manoeuvre and accelerate, it’s lower volume also makes it fast to inflate, especially with our dual action pump, so you will be out on the water in no time.
A paddleboard built to be compact but with all the great features of it’s bigger brother, the Max:
This SUP is suitable for use on lakes, canals, calm seas and slow flowing rivers. An ideal board for novice paddlers and for smaller riders.
The board comes with a complete kit of everything you need to get started; Board, Fin, Paddle, leash, pump, repair kit, dry bag, carry strap and rucksack.
Free shipping is available on all orders of £30 or over to UK mainland addresses -delivery takes 2-4 working days to arrive.
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Designed for lighter paddlers
Ideal for beginners
Excellent for manoeuvrability
Three colours available
Max rider weight 85kg
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We’re super proud to have designed the UK’s no.1 top selling paddleboard and we’re constantly striving to create the best boards and accessories on the market.
Whatever your skill level, this section is designed to help you make informed decisions about your paddle boarding equipment and techniques.
If you don't find what you're looking for here, please don't hesitate to reach out to our knowledgeable team for personalised support.
Which board should I choose?
What do these paddle boarding terms mean?
What do all the terms mean? There are some useful things to know to help you choose the right board for you.
Stand up paddleboard
A board shape that has a rounded nose and is suitable for all types of paddling, suitable for beginners
A board shape / style designed for longer paddles. The nose is generally pointed so it can cut through waves
This helps with how the board moves through the water
This helps determine stability of a board
This has an impact on stiffness and how the board will move and sit in the water
The front of the board
The back of the board
The sides of the board
The foam mat that is on the top of the board
Kicktail / Kickpad
The raised edge at the rear of the deckpad (on some SUP models)
The plastic triangle that fits under the board. This helps keep the board in a straight line when you paddle
The part that you attach the pump to, to inflate your board
How easy it is to control the board
What comes in the kit?
We know that getting out on the water is all about the thrill of adventure, and we want to make sure you're equipped with everything you need to make a splash! That's why every package comes complete with all the essentials - from the board or kayak itself, to the pump, paddle, fin(s), and a handy carry bag to take it all on the go.
To ensure maximum safety and comfort, we also recommend investing in additional gear and clothing that's tailored to your unique needs and preferences. Whether it's a buoyancy aid, personal flotation device, or specialized clothing for your activity of choice, we've got you covered.
And the best part? Our selection of safety equipment and clothing is just as exciting as our boards and kayaks themselves! So why wait? Dive into the ultimate paddling adventure with Aquaplanet, and experience the rush of the open water like never before.
What safety equipment do I need?
At Aquaplanet, your safety is our top priority, and we're here to equip you with everything you need for a worry-free paddling experience! Every kit comes with an ankle leash to keep you safely tethered to your board if you happen to take an unexpected dip.
But that's just the beginning - we want you to feel confident and prepared for any conditions you may encounter on the water. For faster or obstacle-filled waters, we highly recommend our Quick Release Waist belt, which provides an extra level of security and peace of mind. And to ensure maximum safety and comfort, we also suggest using a Buoyancy Aid or Personal Flotation Device that's tailored to your swimming ability.
For a comprehensive guide to all things safety-related, be sure to check out our blog.