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Discover your next adventure

Discover your next adventure with the EZ Board inflatable paddle boards.. As with all of our EZ original range products, our top priority is to provide great quality products at a fraction of the prices you'll find elsewhere, and our SUPs are certainly no exception. They have travelled the world with us, from Sydney to Southampton and have been tried and tested by our in house paddle boarding experts to ensure that they meet our strict quality requirements. 

Don't be fooled by brands who are charging 2 or 3 times the prices of our boards. But don't just take our word for it - check out our consistent 5* Trustpilot reviews across our range and our many happy customers on our instagram page @ezshopperuk.

Durable Materials

All our EZ Boards are made from multi layer, high quality PVC which is drop stitched for strength and durability. Side rails are double layered for extra protection.


All EZ Boards come with everything you need to get started on the water. Inside the box you'll find a double action pump, leash, repair kit, backpack and instructions for use.


Our drop stitched SUPs are designed to be as thin as possible whilst ensuring the board is rigid enough for the user's weight. This way, the centre of gravity of the user remains as low as possible in the water. 


Don't be fooled by more expensive paddle boards which are two, three, or four times the price as ours. We've clocked in 100's of paddle hours so far and won't be stopping any time soon.

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Find your perfect paddle board

The EZ Board is available in two sizes and we have a size to suit all users and skill levels, from entry level to advanced. 

Both sizes are made from super durable PVC and are internally drop stitched for superior strength and stability. The boards are supplied with a safety leash, extendable paddle, backpack, repair kit and super fast action hand pump.

The board side rails are double layered, for extra protection against knocks and scrapes. 

When choosing your size board, you need to think about the height and weight of the user (with the weight being the most important consideration). The key to a great stand up paddle boarding experience is being stable on the board, so we would recommend choosing the larger board if in doubt!

9' EZ Board

The 9 foot length EZ Board is most suited for those under 60kg, so it's definitely best for kids and lighter adults. It's 4 inches thick, which we have determined to be the optimum thickness for its size. This makes it easier to carry under the arm, but it's still super strong and has a low centre of gravity for stability. 

10'6" EZ Boards

Our 10'6" blue board with 4.7" thickness is most suited to those over 60kg and less than 100kg, and our Pro wood effect board is great for up to 120kg, with it's 6" thickness. Both boards are super strong and stable, and come feature packed with an action cam mount and kayak seat attachment points.

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In the box with each EZ Board


The handy backpack has enough room to pack away your board and everything you need for your day out. 


Safety leash

The supplied safety leash has a high quality velcro for attaching to your ankle and clips onto the board. 



The adjustable aluminium paddle is light weight and adjustable for all heights.


Ultra Fast Hand Pump

The double action hand pump will get your board inflated in less than 5 minutes.


Repair Kit

We hope you don't need it - but its included incase you damage your board.

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Paddle Board FAQs

What is the best paddle board for beginners?

For stand up paddle boarding beginners, it is usually best to get a paddle board which is between 10 and 11 foot in length, and 32" wide. Touring boards are typically at the longer end, and surfing paddle boards are at the shorter end. We recommend getting a 4.7" thick board for most entry level boarders, as this provides a good level of buoyancy whilst also keeping the centre of gravity low. If the user is over 100kg, it might be worth going for a 6" thick board. To learn tips on how to start paddle boarding, you can read our full guide.

Why are paddle boards so expensive?

Paddle boards go through a long manufacturing process, which involves a lot of manual labour, board design, expensive materials and processes. On top of this, each board needs to be tested for leaks over a period of 24 hours or more. We wrote a blog post on the subject which you can check out in full. Some boards come with double chamber designs, or multiple layer skins, which increase the production costs.

How much should I pay for a paddle board?

Paddle boards start at around £199 and can go up to £1000+. For a beginner, we don't recommend spending too much on a paddle board, as you can get a great quality board at a low price. It also gives you a chance to check that you enjoy the sport. There isn't a whole lot which makes expensive boards worth several times the cheaper boards, a lot of it is in clever marketing. However, there is clearly a benefit to buying an expensive board for certain use cases and for advanced users. Find out more here.

What is the difference between paddle board and SUP?

Paddle boards and SUPs are the same thing. SUP stands for stand up paddle board. The names are used interchangeable by different brands and websites. For more information, we wrote a handy article to answer the question - what is paddle boarding?

What size paddle board do I need for my height and weight?

We recommend a 9' board for kids, and a 10'6" board for most adults who want an all round board. We have a full blog post on the topic.

What should I wear to paddle board?

As with all water sports, it's always best to wear too much rather than too little, as the waters in the UK can get cold all year around. A wetsuit is always a wise choice, and most importantly a life jacket. You can check out our full guide on what to wear paddle boarding all year round.

Do you need a license to paddle board on the river?

In the UK you do not need a license to paddle on most public waterways, but its always best to do your research and make sure you are allowed to use your paddle board, in addition to checking that the conditions are safe in the area.

How long do paddle boards last?

Inflatable stand up paddle boards can last several years, if taken care of correctly. It's always best to clear your board with fresh water (removing any salt) after use, and make sure it is completely dry before packing it away. Avoid scratching the board on rocks and surfaces, and do not leave it exposed to UV light, to prolong it's life.

What size paddle board do I need for my weight?

Depending on your weight, you may be better off with a paddle board with a lower or higher volume. For users over 100kg, its usually better off to go with a 6" thick board, and for under 100kg, a 4.7" board is usually the best option. We have a full article on the subject here.

What size SUP paddle do I need?

Choose a paddle which is as high as the top of your head, plus around 1 foot. This is generally considered to be the optimum height setting. 

Is paddle boarding a good form of exercise?

Paddle boarding is a great form of exercise. It is good for both cardiovascular and muscular strength and endurance. It is also good for the mind, and can be a peaceful way to reduce stress and anxiety. We have a full article to read on the subject here.

What are surfing paddle boards?

Some boards are suitable for use as surfing paddle boards. These are typically stronger than regular boards, as they need to withstand the stresses of being used on larger ocean waves. For smaller waves, inflatable paddle boards can be an option, although solid boards are usually a better option for advanced surfers.