6-Point Front Bungee
The bungee cord allows paddlers to bring along their necessities securely on the SUP board.
Convenient Center Handle
Paddlers can use the handle in the center to easily and comfortably take the Goosehill Sailor inflatable paddle board to anywhere they want thanks to the light weight of the SUP.
The valve is tested to make sure it's 100% air-tight before leaving the factory. Through it, the Goosehill Sailor inflatable SUP board can be pumped to up to 20PSI in less than 10 minutes.
The EVA footpad is brushed and soften to provide a gentle feel of traction for paddle boarders to stand on the SUP board comfortably and confidently.
We added 4 multi-use D-rings on the deckpad. They can be used for attaching extra gear on your board like a kayak seat, a cooler, and more.
ABOUT THIS PADDLE BOARD
The Goosehill Rainbow R inflatable SUP is a top-performing all-around paddle board. It’s portable, stable on the water and durable.
The Rainbow R is a great option for beginners as well as paddlers who seek portability, stability as well as durability in a paddle board. At 32'' wide, even a rookie paddler can have a smooth ride on it without falling in. The board also has a front bungee-system for storage of your equipment. The EVA footpad provides grip and a comfortable place for you to stand on.
The Super Construction Enhancement Technology creates a strong laminated layer for the surface and the drop-stitch technology provides a strong core. The result is an inflatable SUP board that’s stiff, durable and lightweight.
|10'6||32"||6"||15||20.5 LBS||374 LBS|
*Please avoid overloading the board.
We have faith in the quality of our boards and that you are going to love the board as well as the sport. And that's why we offer a 60-day trial period for you to try them out.
- All-around design that can suit all sorts of SUP activities.
- What's in the package: Board, paddle, pump, leash, carry bag, center fin, and repair kit.
- Application of SCE technology: Rigid, able to withstand higher air presesure, and extremely durable.
- Large, soft EVA footpad: allows you to sit, stand and even do yoga on it comfortably.
- 9” slide-In detachable center fin: easy to install and improves the portability of the board.
- Soft Handle in the center for maximum portability.
- 3-year longer-than-average warranty
Customization Upon Request
We provide our customers with the option to customize the look of the paddleboard and make the board look the way they want. If you have a particular design in mind, let us know and we can make it a reality.
New in the 2022 Model: 4 New D-Rings
In the 2022 version, we added 4 D-Rings on the deckpad of the board which would allow you to attach extra gear like a kayak seat to the board.
Top-notch Customer Service
If you have any questions or encounter any problems when using the board, let us know and we'll try our best to help you out.
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