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Pau Hana Big EZ Air inflatable SUP Paddleboard

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11ft x 32in x 6in

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Material: Inflatable
Hull Shape: Planing/Surf
Fins: Triple Fin
Traction Type: EVA Deck Pad
Windsurf: Not Windsurf Compatible
Recommended Use: Yoga, Beginner, All Around, Flat Water, White Water
Manufacturer Warranty: 120 Days

Description: Pau Hana Big EZ Air inflatable SUP Paddleboard

The Big EZ Air Inflatable Paddleboard is perfect for travelers and families looking to take their SUP along on all of their adventures. It packs down to fit easily in a your trunk or other small space. It also comes with a travel bag and can be checked as luggage on a plane. This means there is no limit to the adventures you can tackle with this board. Thanks to its stability, the Big EZ is great for beginners, or for paddlers easing their way into surf or whitewater.

Key Features of the Pau Hana Big EZ Air inflatable SUP Paddleboard 11ft:
  • Length: 11'0"
  • Width: 32"
  • Thick: 4"
  • Weight: Approx 27 Lbs
  • Volume: 200L
  • Fins: 3 Fixed Fins
  • Colors: Orange With White Stripe
  • Deck: Gray Eva Pad
  • Travel Bag
  • Grab Handle
  • Tie Downs
  • Repair Kit, Pump
  • High Psi Inflatable, Up To 18 Psi

Big EZ Air Inflatable

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I'm very happy with the EZ Air. Construction is excellent and in flat water performs similarly to a hard board. Ocean/choppy water is more difficult and for this novice feels like trying to ride a trampoline.
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November 7, 2014
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Great board for fair price
It got delivered pretty fast. Its an awesome board for a worth it price!
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I am a beginner at SUP and this looks like the one to start with and it was on sale !!
Mark C on Sep 28, 2015
What is the weight limit for this board?
A shopper on Jun 26, 2014
Best Answer: On the Pau Hana website it appears the weight limit is based on or related to skill level. With the beginner limit being 253 lbs, Intermediate being 289 lbs and Advanced being 338 lbs. Still makes me wonder how much weight the thing can really hold but at least gives a slightly better idea.
Reply · Report · Mike P on Jul 15, 2014
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I've paddleboarded a few times on vacation but I'm wary of the inflatable board? I've just moved to California and am looking for something to bring to the beach that would be durable for a 225, 6'1" twenty year old. After inflated can you even tell that it is? What's the weight after it's blown up and ready to go?
A shopper on Oct 30, 2014
Best Answer: I have only used my Big EZ Air on flat water so far, but chose an inflatable because of the rivers here in Oregon. The Big EZ Air, as well as all the inflatables I've tried, cannot match the feel of a solid board. For convenience and travel though, the EZ Air is great. It is one of the lightest I have used and has a decent backpack style carry bag. It feels very solid when inflated but will flex with up and down movement when paddling.

For riding waves, I could see the flex of any inflatable SUP being a concern. I would try an inflatable compared to a ridged SUP before buying. If you cannot store or haul a ridged SUP, then just expect some flexing on any inflatable. The EZ Air is not flimsy by any means. I didn't know the difference until trying out a ridged SUP. Maybe ignorance is bliss if one never tries a ridged SUP :-)

What I do not like about the Air is it does not track very straight without conciously paddling in a "C" stroke pattern. It has 3 small fixed fins and likes to turn. I called Pau Hana about the tracking concern and they said the board was designed more for moving water. I think it is ideal for rivers and maneuverability, but I was happier with the tracking on other SUPs with larger fins. Rider weight-wise I think it is rated for up to 250lbs. I'm 180# and sometimes take a 40 to 100# kid along and feel very little difference on flat water.

The newest EZ Air (white w/black stripe) has a larger and interchangeable center fin that may improve tracking. Pau Hana said they are back ordered until early 2015. The price and service from The House is hard to beat, making the Big EZ a great starter board. The ideal use may be on the river, but it is still a fun all-around inflatable SUP that is extremely light and portable.
Reply · Report · Craig P on Oct 30, 2014
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Is the Pau Hana Big EZ Air, 4" or 6" thick? Info on this page is contradicting. Thanks.
A shopper on Jan 5, 2015
Best Answer: This inflatable is much closer to 4 inches thick when fully inflated. Still get some surprising flotation out of it, though. I've had over 300 pounds on this SUP in calm water. Hope this helps.
Reply · Report · Kevin P on Jan 5, 2015
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Does the Pau Hana Big EZ Air include the high pressure pump with pressure gauge?

Thank you.
Keith D on Feb 26, 2014
Best Answer: Yes it is one of the best duel action pumps I have ever had the opportunity to use.
Reply · Report · Dana W on Apr 10, 2014
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Bought a used Pau Hana Air and don't know how to pump it up and replace the cap without loosing psi, is there a secret?
BigRed on Jul 9, 2015
Best Answer: Yes indeed there is a secret, Andrew. The valve where you attach the pump has a spring loaded pin in the middle, which has a while plastic gear cog on it, for gripping with your fingers. This gear can be turned so that the pin will be locked in, and the air can go in, and rush out if the pump hose is removed. This is probably how it is set now. This is the position that you put the pin in to let the air out. You would push it in and rotate the pin (to the right I think) so that it stays in, and all the air rushes out. What you need to do before you inflate the SUP is to rotate the pin in the other direction, (to the left I think ) so that it is not locked into the "let air out" mode. The pin will not be locked into a position, but be spring-loaded, i.e. you can push it in with your finger and it will spring back out (shut). This way the air rushes in, the air pressure in the hose pushing the pin down, opening the valve, then between strokes with no pressure it springs back out to close the valve. It's a one way valve in this setting. Fuss with it, you'll get how it works. To pump, the gear is the out (springy) position; to let the air out the gear will be pushed in and rotated to lock it in place. When deflating, push on it a bit first to let a little air out before locking it in place if you don't want an intense air blast to the face! : ^ ) Hope you have fun on your SUP.
Reply · Report · Mark E on Jul 9, 2015
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It says inflatable up to 18 pay, but what is the recommended psi, and what difference will it make?
Charles C on Aug 18, 2014
Best Answer: Thanks Matt, that's good info. I was only inflating it to about 12, and that seemed a bit low.
Reply · Report · Charles C on Aug 19, 2014
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The pau hana website says the board is 5" hick yours says 4", which one is correct? Also I assume the board comes with pump, repair kit, and travel bag?
John Y on Jul 20, 2014
Best Answer: The board does come with backpack, pump, and repair kit.

As for thickness I think it's closer to 5" but I'm not by it so not positive.

It's a wider board, very stable but not built for speed. My family has been enjoying it a lot.
Reply · Report · Laura D on Jul 21, 2014
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does this item include the paddle?
Allen P on May 30, 2014
Best Answer: As of right now we give you the choice to select one of four freebie options when purchasing this product, you can select from two different SUP Paddles, or if you already have paddles we offer a grenade watch w/ a House Cap or a House beanie (while supplies last).

Hope this helps!
Reply · Report · T. PearceStaff on Jun 2, 2014
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Has anyone tried moderate yoga on this iSUP?? Very new to the paddle board world and any advise would be great! I have a small car so im beginning to think that inflatable is the way to go.
A shopper on May 13, 2015
Best Answer: Good Day!
Unless you are particularly tall or big.. this Pau Hana Big EZ SUP board would be great for Yoga. I am a little surprised by the effectiveness of the inflatable boards. This is another inflatable option that would work great:
Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on May 13, 2015
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One more question. My board didn't come with a user guide. I think I put the fin on correctly, but is there a user guide or at least instructions for putting on the main fin?
Charles C on Aug 18, 2014
Best Answer: The Pau Hana Big EZ SUP does not come with a user guide or instructions. Call 1 (800) 409-7669 and ask for Dana, Sean, or Bill and they will help instruct you in any way.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Aug 19, 2014
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