Read this user manual carefully and understand all ASSEMBLY AND OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS before operating. Failure to follow the safety rules and other basic safety precautions may result in serious personal injury.

This product is designed for certain applications only. The manufacturer cannot be responsible for issues arising from any modifications. We strongly recommend this product not be modified and/or used for any application other than that for which it was designed. If you have any questions relative to a particular application, DO NOT use the product until you have first contacted Softech to determine if it can or should be performed on the product.
For technical questions please call Softech (Surf Hardware International) on +61 2 9997 4744.

Do not allow anyone to operate or assemble this SUP until they have read this manual and have developed a thorough understanding of how the SUP works

The warnings, cautions, and instructions discussed in this instruction manual cannot cover all possible conditions or situations that could occur. It must be understood by the operator that common sense and caution are factors which cannot be built into this product but must be actioned by the operator.

• Stand-up paddle boarding is a dangerous sport. Using this product will expose the user to unexpected risks, dangers and hazards.
• Always use extreme caution when using this product. Acting in a careless manner or misusing the product may result in serious injury or death.
• Consult your physician before using a Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP). Use this product only if you are in good physical health. User must know how to swim.
• Do not exceed the SUP weight capacity (120kg / 265lbs). Proper distribution of weight is necessary to ensure proper balance and performance.
• Users are responsible for their own safety and the safety of others when using this product.
• Check your local governing laws for licensing rules and regulations.
• Users of this product must be 18 years of age or must have a legal guardian read these warnings and safety precautions. Do not use this product without adult supervision.
• Do not use this product while under the influence of alcohol, drugs or medications.
• Before using this product, take lessons from a certified school.
• Users must wear a Coast Guard Approved personal flotation device (PFD) at all times.
• A surf leash must be used at all times.
• Users should paddle with an experienced person when using this product.

• Observe Coast Guard rules and regulations when using this product.
• Do not use this product in offshore wind conditions.
• Do not use this product in more than 10 knots (18 km/h) of wind. Windy conditions may result in serious injury or death.
• Caution should be used when carrying this product. Carrying the board in windy conditions may result in serious injury to the users and others nearby.
• Do not use this product in thunderstorms and lightning conditions.
• Do not use the product in conditions that are beyond the user’s ability (examples, but not limited to high surf, riptides, currents, or river rapids).
• Do not use this product near other boat traffic, or watercrafts.



1. Remove the board from the backpack and unroll it on a smooth, level surface. Ensure there are no sharp objects under the board that may pierce the material once inflated.

2. Attach the hose to the pump. The pressure gauge is built into the top of the pump handle.

3. The valve on the SUP has two positions: inflate and deflate. (To inflate, the valve head needs to be in the raised position. Twist and push down to lock the valve head into the deflate position).
4. Attach the other end of the hose to the valve on the rear of the SUP as shown. To attach the hose, push it into the valve then twist clockwise to lock it into place.

5. Stand the pump on a hard, level surface and start pumping. The first time you inflate the SUP it will require more effort than subsequent inflations, and the final stages of inflation may require extra effort.
6. Make sure you keep your hands at the centre of the pump handles when pumping and your feet firmly on the footrests at the base of the pump.

7. Pump time varies by user, but normally takes 3 to 6 minutes. We recommend inflating the board between 13 - 15 psi. A higher psi provides optimum performance. Once inflated, remove the pump hose and put the valve cover in place.

WARNING: DO NOT USE AN AIR COMPRESSOR. It will result in damage to the board and will void all warranties. Maximum air pressure for this product is 15 psi. DO NOT INFLATE BEYOND 15 psi. Inflatable SUP boards are not warranted against over inflation.
NOTE: If you leave your board exposed to the hot sun, check the pressure and deflate it slightly. The board may become over inflated and stretch the material. The ambient temperature affects the tube’s internal pressure; a variation of 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit (1°C) causes a variation of the pressure in the tube of +/- 0.06psi (4mbBar).

1. Turn the board over with the fin box facing up.
2. Remove the screw and plate from the front of the fin, then insert the plate into the fin box and push it towards the top end of the box.

3. Slide the back of the fin into the fin box, making sure the pin engages with the channels, then slide the fin to the back of the box.

4. Push the front of the fin into the box and line up the fin and plate holes. Insert the screw into the front of the fin until it connects with the plate, then screw and tighten to secure the fin in place.

1. The leash is provided and must be used when paddling.
2. Remove the string from the velcro rail saver and attach it to the steel D-Ring which is located on the handle at the tail end of the board, then re-attach the velcro rail saver to the string.
3. Attach the cuff section of the leash to your ankle prior to paddling.

1. The telescopic paddle comes in two pieces. Firstly, join both shaft ends together making sure the metal pin engages with the hole provided in the shaft.
2. The paddle length can be adjusted using the clip mechanism at the top of the shaft.

3. Release the clip and slide the handle to the desired height. Use the measurements printed on the shaft as a guide. Optimum paddle height is generally 20cm–25cm above your height.
4. To secure the handle in place, return the clip into to the lock position. Make sure the handle and blade are aligned. (The printed measurements should line up with the logo and pin).

1. When you are ready to deflate your SUP, remove the fin and unscrew the valve cover. Now, gently push down the valve head to release the air. Initially, the air will be released with relative force.

2. Once the main pressure has decreased, push down all the way and twist the valve head. This will lock the valve open and allow all the air to escape from the board while you roll it up for storage.
3. Clean and check the board as well as all the accessories. Make sure the board is completely dry before putting it away. Make sure no sand or gravel remains inside the board or between the hull and
the inner chambers. This could result in abrasion or even punctures
while storing the board.
4. Roll the board up starting from the nose with the deck pad on
the inside, the fins will then be on the outside. This roll direction
prevents damage to the flexible composite EVA deck pad.
5. Once completely rolled up, place all components into the backpack.

Small repair patches are supplied with this SUP package. These patches can be used to repair small holes in the PVC material. These patches should be used with a flexible adhesive that’s compatible with the PVC material. For all repairs, Softech recommends taking the SUP to a specialist technician or repairer.

This SUP is manufactured with UV Resistant PVC to provide superior protection from ultraviolet light. However, to ensure extra years of flexibility and bright colours, avoid storing the SUP where it will be exposed to weather or in direct sunlight.

Please review the following list for storage and board care tips:
1. Before storing, hose off the SUP and let it dry completely to prevent mildew build-up. Do not use harsh chemicals for cleaning. Most dirt can be removed with a mild soap and fresh water.
2. Do not store in extreme conditions (above 35c or below 5c). Store in a clean dry place.
3. Remove the fin before rolling up the board.
4. When storing the board for prolonged periods in a deflated status it is best to keep it loosely rolled, or if possible, unroll it completely.
Do not leave the board in direct sunlight as this may cause fading over a prolonged period.
5. You may experience some fin bend when travelling with the board in its bag. Fins can be easily straightened using either the natural heat from the sun or heat from a hair dryer or hot water. The longer the fins have been bent, the longer it will take to straighten them.

1. If you are losing air pressure, not caused by colder temperatures, check the board for leaks, starting with the valves. A leaking valve is rare, but if you do find a leak a replacement valve is available to order.
2. To locate a leak, we recommend a mixing of soap and water in a spray bottle. Spray around the valve. If you see bubbles forming, check the valve seal and base and be sure the valve insert is screwed tight.
3. If you continue to have problems, it is probably time to order a new valve. Contact Softech for a replacement.

WARRANTY INFORMATION - 1 year limited parts warranty
Softech warrants this product to be free from major defects in material or workmanship to the original purchaser for a period of one (1) year from the date of the purchase.
This warranty is subject to the following limitations:
1. The warranty is valid only when this product is used for normal recreational activities and does not cover products used in rental or school operations.
2. Softech will make the final warranty determination, which may require inspection.
3. If a product is deemed to be defective by Softech, the warranty covers the repair or replacement of the defective product only. Softech will not be responsible for any costs, losses, or damages incurred as a result of loss or use of the product.
4. The warranty does not cover damage caused by improper use.
5. This product must not be modified and/or fitted with a motor.
6. This product must not be used in excess of the manufacturer’s recommended maximum load capacity.
7. This warranty is void if any unauthorised repair, change or modifications has been made to any part of the equipment.
8. The warranty of any repaired or replacement equipment is good from the date of the original purchase only.
9. The original purchase receipt must accompany all warranty claims. The name of the retailer and date of purchase must be clear and legible.
10. There are no warranties that extend beyond the warranty specified.
This product is designed in accordance with standards for a specific use. Any modifications to this SUP will void the warranty and could result in serious risks for the user.

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