Inspiring Daily Mischief
We've already anticipated how you get with your boards. How? We know how we get with ours. The Weekender fares better in rocky conditions compared to traditional epoxy boards. No denting, scratching, and certainly no popping is happening on our watch.
Our construction starts from the inside out using a gnarly, durable sewing method equipped to stand whatever life throws at it. Dropstitch uses thousands of thick, strong plastic threads to fuse the top and bottom pieces of PVC together. Still hesitant on the 'inflatable' part? This method inserts around 100 threads every square inch, guaranteeing that your board stays looking like it did on day one.
Long days on the water need more than just durability. The Weekender is decked out with a soft foam pad to evenly disperse your weight and keep you on the board longer. This EVA foam is expertly textured to provide a no-slip-grip even when wet.
Our paddle board bundle also includes a lightweight, adjustable, and ergonomic paddle for proper posture when paddling.
The Portable Paddle Board
Ten Toes boards are engineered with the perfect gadgetry for adventuring on the fly. We've equipped our boards with a reinforced carry handle, removable fins for easy stowaway, a lightweight 3pc adjustable paddle, and repair kit so you never stop moving.
The Nitty Gritty
Let's cut to the chase. This board is everything you need to get out on the water and stay there. Military-grade PVC with dropstitch technology, EVA textured foam deck pad, standardized H3 valve, 4 stainless steel rings with bungee cord connection, 3 removable tracking fins, 3 piece adjustable lightweight paddle, high-intensity manual air pump with gauge, and a comprehensive repair kit which includes a valve wrench, adhesive, and PVC patching for your board.
How We Built This
Dropstitch provides the same sturdiness, stiffness, and dependability that traditional hard epoxy boards offer. Thick plastic threads bind the top and bottom layers of your board together for a tight, waterproof build. Our construction goes a step further with a top layer of military-grade PVC to prevent any popping from ruining your outing.