NEW @ Paddle Sports Show 2022 – BOTE – AERO SUP PADDLE SEAT

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 accessoires – BOTE, Aero sup paddle seat

A simple product with a big impact. Now you can transform any Travelink™ compatible BOTE stand-up paddle board into a sit-down paddle vessel with the addition of our all-new patent-pending Aero SUP Paddle Seat.

Use the included tie-down straps to secure the seat to the Travelink attachment points or cooler tie-down points on your board, and you’ll be able to use your SUP in a whole new way. For those who love to SUP but have been eyeing a kayak, want to be able to sit for added stability while you’ve got a kid or dog on your board, or those who just want to take a load off, the SUP Aero Paddle Seat is a game-changer.

The Aero SUP Paddle Seat is reverse-compatible with all existing Travelink- and KULA-compatible boards. Already have a BOTE board? Add this seat for a completely new experience on the water.

Dimensions: 24.8″ L × 18″ W × 9.15″ D

Capacity: 300 LBS

Avg. Weight: 7 LBS

Construction: Inflatable AeroULTRA Technology

Optimal Inflation: 7-10 PSI

Travel Bag Dimensions: 29″ L × 14″ W × 14″ D

Loaded Bag Weight: 10 LBS

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