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[panel title=”How do the ULI Boards perform compared to typical fiberglass boards?”]
You can basically do everything on a ULI Board that you can do on a typical fiberglass board. Unlike a fiberglass board, the ULI Board can be ridden in any surf and directly onto the sand. Due to the buoyancy of the board, you will also catch the wave more quickly and get up faster.
[panel title=”Can I ride the ULI Board in large surf?”]
Due to our Kevlar Tech Performance (increasing rigidity by 47% over other inflatable SUPs) and our Tri-Seal Tech Construction (allowing up to 20 PSI) our boards have been tested in waves exceeding 10 feet and perform great. Add a WikiRail and you’ll increase the speed and maneuverability.
[panel title=”Is the ULI Board a good board to learn to surf on?”]
The ULI Board is an excellent board to learn to surf on. The wide platform and buoyancy make the board easier to get up on than any other board on the market.
[panel title=”How durable are the ULI Boards?”]
We make all of our boards in our factory in Vista, California. Our exclusive manufacturing process, Tri-Seal Tech Construction, strengthens the seams and the board’s durability. Kevlar Tech Performance, maintains the board’s designed shape. ULI boards have been designed to be practically indestructible.
[panel title=”What happens when the ULI Board hits rocks or a reef?”]
Unlike fiberglass boards our boards do not ding or break. You can ride your ULI Board directly onto the sand.
[panel title=”How small do the ULI Boards roll up?”]
In general, the ULI Boards, including the ULI Stand-Up Paddle Board, will roll up into a standard roller bag approximately 16″ tall x 32″ wide. It will be small enough to bring on a plane as your carry on. For more exact details contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
[panel title=”What is the best way to roll up the ULI Board for travel or storage?”]
After deflating the board, flip the board over with fins down. Begin rolling the board fins to nose so that the fins are on the inside and in contact with the deck pad. Once the board is completely rolled, secure the board with the supplied straps.
[panel title=”Can an ULI Board be strapped to the roof our a car?”]
No problem. Once inflated, you can treat the ULI Board like any other surf board.
[panel title=”How heavy are the ULI Boards in comparison to other boards?”]
The ULI Boards weigh about the same as most typical fiberglass boards or are slightly lighter.
[panel title=”How should I store my ULI for long periods of time?”]
You can store the ULI Board rolled up in the storage bag. The ULI Board can also remain inflated for months, however, if you prefer not to roll it. Just make sure to keep it away from excessive heat.
[panel title=”Can I leave my ULI Board inflated? For how long?”]
While we recommend that you check the ULI Board’s PSI before each surf session, in general you may not have to add air, depending on your location, for several months.
[panel title=”What size ULI Board should I get?”]
The size of your ULI Board will depend on several factors, ranging from skill set to weight. Contact us email@example.com.
[panel title=”I’m a big guy, will the ULI Board support me?”]
We make a variety of boards that can withstand up to 320 lbs.
[panel title=”What do I do in the event that the ULI Board gets a leak?”]
Although our boards rarely suffer a punctured, if this does occur, it is simple to repair with the repair kit that comes with the board. See instructions in Manuals or call us at 760.639.1844.
[panel title=”How long of a paddle should I use?”]
The general standard for measuring paddle length is to add 8 inches to your height in surf and 10 inches to your height in flat water.