Atoll 11’0″ Inflatable Stand up Paddle Board Review

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4.3

One certain thing about inflatable stand up paddle boards is that they absolutely have so much to offer. Based on my experience, owning an iSUP board means that you can go for different activities using the very same board. Also, inflatable stand-up paddle boards like the ones presented to us by Atoll are strong and durable to a point where you’d think that they are authentic and not inflated.

Atoll Inflatable Stand Up Paddle Board

Add to that the amazing fact that they’re extremely portable and practical; they can easily be taken anywhere with minimum amount of worrying about how to pack them or store them, so let’s get to work.

Atoll 11'0' Foot Inflatable Stand Up Paddle Board, (6 Inches Thick, 32...

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  • Large non-slip traction pad that covers almost the whole back of the board.
  • 14 Stainless "D" rings.
  • Deluxe H3 valve: removable, replaceable, reliable and airtight.
  • 3 Carry handle
  • Ultra Portable:
    • Deflated size : 1 ft. x 36 in.
    • Inflated size : 11'0" x 32" x 6" Thick
  • Package includes :
    • Aluminum adjustable paddle
    • High pressure pump
    • Detachable fin
    • Convenient heavy duty backpack case
Dimensions 11'0" long x 32" wide x 6" thick
Material Durable 1000 Denier 3 ply PVC reinforced fabric material
Weight limit 250 lbs
Number of D-rings 14 Stainless D-Rings

  • 6 D-rings on the nose (attached with a bungee cord)
  • 8 on the tail to attach a kayak seat or a backrest.
Recommended PSI 15 PSI
Fins 3 fins

  • 1 large detachable center fin
  • 2 small fixed fins
Carry handles 3
Warranty 2 year

 

The iSUP we have here is the Atoll 11 feet inflatable SUP board. It’s 32 inches wide and 6 inches thick; it’s an ideal size for almost everyone especially if you’re not into huge boards. It is also suitable for all different activities be it a calm easy going one, or an extreme one. Looking at the Atoll’s design you can clearly notice that it’s a very sleek one that reflects the minuteness with which it was made.

Such design is not random at all; the 6 inches thickness is there to support 250 lbs without having to deal with a board that or dives into the water. Also, the fact that its body is made of ultra-light material and is fully wrapped with a second PVC layer on the top and bottom make it almost impossible to bend or flex. Add to that the nose rocker that’ll make knifing through the water easier and smoother than ever. It’s not the fastest board to be honest but it does a great job in flat water as it is extremely stable and can take some serious beating.

Atoll 11'0" inflatable Stand up Paddle board review

I don’t feel that I have to make any comments about the Atoll’s looks because it’s obviously lit; the white/black EVA deck pad looks awesome on the dark green board. Not only that; this pad will prevent your feet from slipping off the board, it will boost your balance while paddling and will guarantee you a comfortable ride the whole way.

Speaking of which, 3 carry handles are featured on the Atoll; they’re comfortable to use and they come really handy when you need help to carry the inflated board around.

Moreover, this board is featured with 14 D-rings on the deck to tie down anything you need; 6 D-rings are on the front and are connected with a bungee cord while the other 8 D-rings are distributed on the sides of the board and are meant to attach a kayak seat, a backrest or anything else to them.

Further, the great news about this inflatable stand up paddle board  is that it comes in a complete all-inclusive package which will save you the trouble of looking for the items you need separately. You’ll find a 3-piece aluminum paddle with nylon blade that you can adjust to fit your height. Also, a high pressure Bravo dual action is included; it’ll be your right hand for those times where you need your board inflated and ready anywhere you go. Speaking of which, you can pump the Atoll up to 15 PSI and it’s enough to make it hard and stiff to stimulate an authentic board.

Now, every board must have at least one fin to support its balance and make sure the board can adapt to different water conditions. Well, the Atoll has 3 fins; one is large, removable and central, while the other 2 are smaller and fixed to the board. You can absolutely sense the difference once you attach the fin to the board; it feels lighter.

The last item on this package is the carry backpack; it looks great to say the truth, and it’ll allow you to pack the board along with the other items easily all at once. Not only that; this bag will make sure that enough air gets to the rolled up board to keep it dry and free from moisture.

Finally, if you are looking for one last hint to make you decide on the Atoll, you’ll be glad to know that this iSUP comes with 2 years warranty which will have your back. I always feel safer when a product has such warranty because it means that the company trusts what they make and wants to please their customers and earn their trust.

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Pros

  • The Atoll comes in a size that is suitable for most paddlers.
  • It comes in an all-inclusive package.
  • It comes with 14 Heavy duty D-rings, 4 of which are attached with a bungee cord.
  • The Atoll 11’0″ is a very well-engineered inflatable paddle board and it’s backed up with 2 years warranty.

Cons

  • Nothing seemed to be wrong with the Atoll, unless you don’t like the color.

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Comments (2)

  1. Lisa Ray July 11, 2017
    • James Stotler July 14, 2017

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