Customer Driven Warranty & Assurances
Board dimensions inflated: 11'6'' x 33'' x 6'' & 21 lbs to carry.
Board dimensions deflated: 33'' x 10'' in diameter roll, 37'' x 18'' x 10'' when in bag with all accessories.
Time to inflate: ~5 minutes (current record is 1:13 with the manual pump)
Time to deflate: ~2 minutes
Board weight: 21 lbs
Board capacity: Supports any size paddler and gear up to 350 lbs. Above 350 pounds, the board's balance gets more difficult.
Extreme rigidity and buoyancy - made from the highest grade, 1.2mm drop-stitch PVC in a 6" thickness.
No over inflation - a built in pressure regulator monitors pressure, so over inflating beyond capacity is a thing of the past. This is especially important in warm weather environments where intense heat and sunlight can increase pressure quickly when pulled out of the water.
Universal valve - Halkey-Roberts valves allow any type of air compressor or electric pump to be used. They also self-seal, so there's no race to close it (losing valuable air pressure).
Strengthen up to 18 psi - all seams are built to withstand up to 18 psi with our unique 3-layer seam lamination system. It feels like a rigid board on the water.
In short, everything but a life jacket.
(1) Portager Paddle Board
(1) All Terrain Backpack
(1) Superior Inflator Triple Action Pump
(1) 10" Lake Fin
(1) 5'' Shallow water fin
(1) 10' Ankle Tether
(1) 3-Piece Aluminum Paddle
(1) User Manual
Increase Strokes Per Side (SPS):
Inflatable boards naturally sit higher on the water, which can have a negative impact on a board's tracking performance. We've counteracted this by adding in the must-have displacement hull nose shape. This nose cuts the water and increases the Portager's speed and tracking performance.
At 33'' wide and 6'' thick, the Portager remains extremely buoyant and stable up to 350 lbs. Width is the biggest factor linked to stability, and 33'' wide is wider than most boards.
Designed for Versatility
Yes, you can fish on the Portager.
Bring a Dog
Dogs love the Portager.
Yoga on an inflatable SUP?
Creeks & Rivers
The Portager is equipped to handle many different bodies of water.
Watch as we inflate the Portager with a manual and an electric pump.
Inflatable vs. Solid
Compare the difference between inflatable and solid paddle boards.
made for everyone.
Is the Portager Right for you?
The Behling Brothers talk through the Portager and who its made for.
Portager Durability Test
We had a lot of fun testing the durability and max capacities of the Portager inflatable paddle board.