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Imagine Compressor Mission Inflatable SUP Paddleboard

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$1299.99

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12ft 6in x 31in x 6in
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Specs

Material:
  • Inflatable
Hull Shape:
  • Displacement
Fins: Single Fin
Traction Type: PE Deck Pad
Windsurf:
  • Not Windsurf Compatible
Recommended Use:
  • Touring
  • Beginner
  • All Around
  • Flat Water
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Imagine Compressor Mission Inflatable SUP Paddleboard

Super durable, super light, super easy to store and travel with. The Compressor Mission is a fast, stable inflatable board with the ability to travel anywhere! The Compressor Mission’s stable design and comfortable standing deck makes it perfect for everyday paddling and is no slouch for that weekend race you’ve been training for. Recreational racing, workouts, fun family paddles, long adventures or just cruising at sunset the Compressor Mission is the ultimate flatwater machine.

Front gear bungee, towing eye, center handle, rear rail D-rings for additional gear storage, leash D-ring, US Fin Box allows any size and style of standard fins to be used, and full deck pad packs a ton of features into the Compressor Mission. As a final touch, the storage bag has comfy backpack straps and wheelies that allow you to pull it through the airport or down pavement on your next SUPventure.

Key Features of the Imagine Compressor Mission Inflatable SUP Paddleboard 12ft 6 x 31in:
  • Dimensions: 12’6” X 31” X 6”
  • Best For: Fitness, Recreational Racing, Long Distance Paddles, Cruising, Family Fun

Compressor Mission


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Will a person weighing 250 lbs. have a problem with the center caving in since this is an inflatable version?
A shopper on Aug 23, 2014
Best Answer: After a quick call to Imagine their design engineers say that it can easily hold 300 lbs at 15 PSI.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Aug 27, 2014
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