NEW @ Paddle Sports Show 2022 – BOTE, AERO BREEZE INFLATABLE PADDLEBOARD

This serie of articles, called “NEW @ The Paddle Sports Show 2022” showcases the products that are competing for the « PADDLE SPORTS PRODUCTS OF THE YEAR AWARDS »

Entry for RECREATIONNAL PADDLING – BOTE, AERO BREEZE INFLATABLE PADDLEBOARD

Crafted with AeroULTRA Technology, we’ve created a great-looking, extremely lightweight, inflatable paddle board. The Breeze Aero 10′8″ Full Trax Citron is fun to paddle and super stable. It’s the do-it-all, everyday grab-and-go SUP. Made for the first-timer, part-timer, or weekend warrior, the Breeze Aero will make sure your next paddle is a great one.

NOW WITH MAGNEPOD™

The MAGNEPOD™ magnetic base is a revolutionary, tool-less drink retention system that makes securing your BOTE magnetic drinkware a snap.

      Dimensions: 10′8″ L × 33″ W × 6″ D

      Capacity: 250 LBS

      Avg. Weight: 20 LBS

      Construction: Inflatable AeroULTRA Technology

      Optimal Inflation: 10-15 PSI

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