Everything that you want in a top inflatable paddle board is everything that the Navigator has! The best part about it? Its price!
It’s not too cheap to not be taken seriously, and yet, it’s not outrageously expensive that most people will dismiss it in a heartbeat! It’s priced just right!
- Rigid & Durable: It feels very similar to a hard board. The board is made of high grade PVC material with Korean Drop-Stitch construction, it's built to last.
- Ultra Portable: Deflated it's only 1 foot in diameter by 36". Inflated size: 10' x 31" x 6" Thick
Now, we don’t need to convince you iSUP lovers about the benefits of an inflatable board. You should already know they’re light weight, easy to maintain, a breeze to pack, and the portability convenience is unmatched!
All this, the Vilano Navigator has!
True to its name, it’s an all-round SUP that will have you navigating every nook and cranny of your local waterways. From the ponds, lakes, and even the Gulf, no sea span will be left inaccessible by you, except for class III rapids of course! F
or those types of irregular waves, you might want to spend triple the price!
Instead of spending extra cash on a solid-body SUP and a special rack for your car, you can simply deflate the board for easy stowing and towing. To help make that process easier, Vilano includes a hand pump, 3-piece paddle, removable fin, carry bag, and a shoulder strap!
It’s made with high-grade PVC with Korean drop-stitch construction – virtually indestructible! With 6 inch thickness, an over-sized diamond-groove traction pad, and a sporty design, you’ll be supping right through supper tonight!
- Korean drop-stitch
- High-grade PVC
- D-rings get in the way
Who is the Vilano Navigator Best Suited For?
This is definitely priced and built for the recreational, all-round paddle boarder! If enjoying a day at the lake, whether you’re young or old, sounds like something you’re up to, then this is the board for you.
While it’s an excellent beginner board for smaller newbies, the 6 inch thickness makes it suitable for any adult who wants to hop on board and take it for a spin. Just don’t forget to avoid those class III rapids!
Vilano Navigator 10 Reviews
The Vilano Navigator is proving to be a home run with its buyers. The fair price might have something to do with that