With both Epoxy SUP and Inflatable SUP boards providing their own individual set of benefits, it can be a difficult choice in deciding which type best fits your individual needs and priorities.

Epoxy sup boards are longer than 3 meters. You will need Roof car rack to transport your SUP.
Epoxy boards are typically constructed of EPS foam and multiple layers of fiberglass and epoxy resin to prevent dings.

Ultimately, EPS construction creates a lighter, more durable hard paddle board.
When it comes down to performance, epoxy boards surpass inflatables boards.

If you’re a serious paddler and looking for increased maneuverability, speed and glide then an epoxy board might be right for you
Epoxy SUPs usually require a large vehicle or rack and straps for your car.
Epoxy boards aren’t difficult to store. You just need to have enough space for a 9+ foot SUP.

If you have an epoxy board, it’s recommended to stow it in a board bag as it will aide in preventing scratches, dings and other disasters.
You want to keep epoxy and inflatable SUPs out of direct sunlight.

Regardless of the type of climate where you live, it is highly recommended that you keep your SUP board indoors when not in use.

Regardless of what type of board you have, the key is to keep your SUP in a cool dark location where it is safe and protected.

Also, go paddling so much where you don’t need to store your board.

•    Best choice for SUP surfing, SUP racing and long-distance expeditions
•    Provides optimal performance compared to every other type of paddle board
•    The most difficult board to transport
•    Least durable type of paddle board (if you drop it, it is vulnerable to dings & scratches)
•    Need to have enough storage space in your home and a large vehicle or external racks to transport to & from your home
•    Typically, the most expensive type of paddle board