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Thurso Surf

THURSO SURF Expedition Touring 11’6

Remember that this is a touring board and the longer your board is continuously in use, the tougher the outside needs to be since you’ll be dragging in on and off beaches and passing rocky areas. Plus, remember that you may have at least one person and possibly a furry friend sitting on the deck for hours or even days. The Expedition goes the extra mile since the last thing you need is to get a leak or cut when you’re in the middle of nowhere.

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THURSO SURF Waterwalker 10’6”

Of all the major players in the iSUP market, THURSO SURF is one of the youngest, though they haven’t used that as a crutch. What started out as a single board company in 2016 has expanded to offer not only a range of different designs of SUPs with great value for the money.

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THURSO SURF Waterwalker 10’ Review

New to the 2019 iSUP lineup, the THURSO SURF Waterwalker 10’ is the smallest board the company offers that is still designed for adults. For certain paddlers, this might just be the SUP they’ve been waiting for.

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THURSO SURF SUP Comparison Chart

THURSO SURF SUP
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  • Touring SUP
  • 11’6″x30″x6″
  • 28 lbs
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  • All-Around SUP
  • 10’6″x31″x6″
  • 26 lbs
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  • All-Around SUP
  • 10′x30″x6″
  • 24 lbs
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    Frequent THURSO SURF Questions

    Yes, THURSO SURF expanded their reach this past year and their iSUPs are now available in the U.S., UK, Canada, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, and Japan. Just click here to be redirected to the online store nearest you.

    Pumping up one of THURSO SURF’s inflatable paddle boards is a very straightforward process. After attaching the inflation hose to the pump and removing the valve cover at the tail of the board, just secure the hose to the valve, flip the pump’s setting selector to double action, and begin pumping. Once things get difficult, flip the switch to single action mode and continue inflating the board until the pressure gauge reads 15 PSI.

    To deflate your THURSO paddle board, unscrew the plastic cap that covers the valve, push down on the valve stem until you hear a loud gush of air, and then give it a 1/4 turn to the left. This will lock the stem into the open position, allowing air to escape from the board. Once most of the air has been released from your THURSO SUP, fold the board from the nose to push out any remaining air and then turn the valve stem a 1/4 turn to the right to close it. Next, screw the plastic valve cover back on and then fold the board up from the tail to the nose. To begin, fold the tail over itself so the fin boxes are facing up. Next, fold the section with the center fin over top of the section with the smaller side fins and then fold everything up together. Once the board is rolled up, you can wrap the nylon webbed compression strap around it to keep things tight.

    There are a variety of options that will work just fine but we recommend Clifton Urethane Adhesive.

    THURSO inflatable SUPs weigh between 19 and 33 pounds, depending on the model.

    All of THURSO’s boards are designed in Toronto, Canada and manufactured in China.

    The answer to this question will depend entirely on how well you care for your board. If you avoid leaving the board out in direct sunlight for many hours, rinse it off with fresh water after each use, and ensure that it’s completely dry before storing it away, your THURSO SUP should last for many years. Also, keep in mind that every THURSO board is backed by the company’s 2-year warranty which covers you in the event of a manufacturing defect.

    Where to Buy THURSO Inflatable Paddle Boards

    United States

    If you’re looking for the best price on THURSO SURF’s inflatable SUPs and paddling accessories, we highly recommend purchasing your board directly from the company through their official online store. In addition to their outstanding customer support, you’ll always get the lowest price and THURSO doesn’t charge shipping or sales tax.

    International

    THURSO inflatable paddle boards are also available in Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, Europe (France, Spain, and Italy), and Japan. To order a THURSO SUP, click here and you’ll be automatically sent to the THURSO’s official online store for your country.

    THURSO SURF Warranty Information

    Thurso Surf offers a 30-day money-back policy so you can try the SUP and if you aren’t satisfied you will get a full refund. They do not cover return shipping costs. On the other hand – THURSO SURF covers the shipping for a return on a defective board – almost unheard of. But you will have to provide all of the documentation required before they give you a shipping label.

    They have a 2-year limited warranty for defects in workmanship which is just about average. Paddles, leashes and pumps have a 60-day warranty and bags get 1 year.

    Their website was easy to navigate and find their support information. The warranty is well-written and simple to understand. As we expected, THURSO SURF stands behind their product.