Did you have any experiece with Iboards?
They are all strong as hell. Pick one with the volume, footstrap setup, handle configuration, coanda strip that works for you. While people consider them "beginner boards" because they look silly, if anything they take more skill to ride than hard boards as they are stickier to get off the water and less forgiving in touchdown transitions to a lack of beveled rails.geron wrote: ↑Fri Jan 21, 2022 4:53 pmWhat would be the smallest, lightest, strongest inflatable? Any ideas would be good, thanks. I am thinking that I might use it also for very light wind days for kiting (if I end up without wind a bit far from shore, I can pack the kite and "swim" ashore with a bit more flotation?
No, I haven't seen anything of lboards. There's also jp-australia, Manta and I'm sure there are others too.BOEMIX wrote: ↑Fri Jan 21, 2022 4:06 pmDid you have any experiece with Iboards?
They seem to be a more begginer oriented options, as reviews state a lower performance than hardboards.
On the other hand, I appreciate the small package, and a good option for days where you don't have your big van available.
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