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Explore the great outdoors with our selection of inflatable kayaks, boats, and paddle boards. Our inflatable watercrafts are designed for easy transport and set-up. Choose from a variety of styles and sizes to suit your needs, whether you're looking for a solo kayak or a boat for multiple people. Inflatable kayaks and boats are easy to store and transport, and often come with their own carrying case. Paddle boards are great for yoga, fishing and cruising around the lake. Browse our collection today and find the perfect inflatable watercraft for your next adventure on the water.

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Intex Mariner 3 Inflatable Boat Set
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Intex Youths Buoyancy Aid
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Bestway Hydro Force Cove Champion 2 Person Kayak
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Yello Multi Purpose Bodyboard Bag
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Bestway Hydro-Force Trek X3 Raft Set 10''1''X50''
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Wet N Wild 74" X 46" Inflatable Dinghy
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Bestway 2 Piece Aluminium Oars
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Bestway Hydro-Force Aqua Journey SUP Paddle Board
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Wet N Wild Jumbo Inflatable Boat - 226 x 130cm
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PMS Boat Oars 37"
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Bestway Kondor 2000 Inflatable Boat
 
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Are Inflatable Kayaks any good?

Inflatable kayaks can be a great option for some people, depending on their intended use and the specific model.

Advantages of inflatable kayaks include:

  • They are often more portable and easier to store than hard-shell kayaks, as they can be deflated and packed into a carrying bag.
  • They are often less expensive than hard-shell kayaks.
  • They can be used in a variety of settings, from calm lakes to mild whitewater.

Where can I use my inflatable boat?

Inflatable boats can be used in a variety of settings, depending on the type and size of the boat, as well as the intended use. Some popular places to use inflatable boats include:

  1. Lakes and rivers: Inflatable boats are well suited for calm waters and can be used for fishing, cruising, and exploring.

  2. The Sea: Some inflatable boats are designed for use in the sea, and can be used for activities such as fishing, snorkeling, and diving.

  3. Ponds and small bodies of water: Inflatable boats can be a great option for smaller bodies of water, such as ponds and smaller lakes.

  4. Whitewater: Some inflatable boats are designed for use in mild whitewater, and can be used for activities such as rafting and kayaking.

  5. Gardens: Some inflatable boats can be used in backyard pools and can be a great way to cool off in hot weather.

It is important to keep in mind that inflatable boats are not suitable for all types of water and weather conditions. Always check the manufacturer's recommendations and guidelines for the specific type of inflatable boat you have, and make sure you are using it in a safe and appropriate way.

How to inflate a paddle board?

Inflating a paddle board typically involves the following steps:

  1. Lay out the paddle board on a clean, flat surface: Make sure the board is fully unfolded and the valves are easily accessible.

  2. Connect the pump: Connect the pump to the appropriate valve on the paddle board. Most paddle boards have a high-pressure valve that requires a specific type of pump, while others have a standard Boston valve that can be inflated with a variety of pumps.

  3. Begin inflating: Begin inflating the paddle board by pumping air into it. It's important to inflate the board slowly and evenly to avoid overinflating it.

  4. Check the pressure: Check the pressure of the board regularly using a pressure gauge, if your pump has one, or by pressing down on the board. The recommended pressure will vary depending on the brand and model of your paddle board, but it's usually around 15-18 PSI.

  5. Close the valve: Once the board is fully inflated, close the valve by twisting it clockwise to prevent air from escaping.

  6. Check for leaks: Before getting on the board, check for leaks by pressing down on the board and listening for any hissing sounds. If you find a leak, you can use a repair kit to patch it up or contact the manufacturer for assistance.

  7. Enjoy: Once the board is fully inflated, you can enjoy your paddling adventure!

Note: Some paddle boards come with an electric pump, which makes the process much faster and easier.

It's important to follow the manufacturer's instructions when inflating your paddle board, as different brands and models may have slightly different requirements. Additionally, it's important to always check the pressure before using the board, as under-inflated or over-inflated boards can be dangerous.