There is an included patch kit with our inflatable
SUP boards. There are two round patches that you can glue onto the board. Note that the glue is not included in the kit (it creates a product shipping class of hazmat materials, so we leave the glue out), but you can find it readily available in a hardware store. You will need to get "Vinyl Repair Glue".
The first things you'll need to do is clean the
patch and the area of the board with the puncture
with acetone very thoroughly. Repeat this cleaning
of both pieces that will join three times, waiting
5 minutes between cleanings. Then you're ready to
apply the glue, and you'll be applying 3 layers
of glue. Apply a thin layer to both the patch and
the to be patched area and spread it around evenly
with a brush. Wait 5 minutes and repeat, then wait
another 5 minutes and repeat again. After the 3rd
application of glue to both surfaces, wait 5 minutes
and then press the patch against the to be patched
area evenly and use a spoon to apply pressure throughout
the patch working from the center towards the edge
and moving around the patch like a pie. Wipe off
any excess glue with acetone. Let the patch job
fully set and dry for 24 hours before you attempt
to inflate the board.
Watch the video below for a quick overview.
Inflatable Board FAQs
How durable is an iSUP?
Can rock damage an inflatable SUP?
Are inflatable SUPs good for yoga?
Is it single chamber or are there multiple air section?
Does it come with a paddle?
Is there a D-ring on the back for a leash?
Does it come with a leash?
Is there an option to buy a shorter center fin?
Does the board come with a warranty?
Is there a repair kit with my iSUP? What's included?
What is the grey plastic wrench in my repair kit for?
Is it normal to have a big bubble on my board? What about clusters of little bubbles?
How do I fix a leaking valve?
How do I patch an iSUP?
Is the board small enough to carry on a plane?
How much are custom charges?