What better way to enjoy summer than a stand-up paddle board rental? Typical hourly rentals can get expensive if you want to spend a full day on the water, and you’re often stuck in one location. We offer this kit to give you another option for spending your weekend outside on the water. Since it’s inflatable, you can take it with you anywhere without having to worry about strapping it to the roof.
Heavy-duty travel backpack conveniently transports the entire kit, pump, paddle, lifejacket, and all.
Ultra-light (21 lbs) construction, military grade PVC on this inflatable paddle board
6 inchs thick, 32 inces wide and 11 feet long
Supports weight up to 350 lbs (bring your dog along!)
High pressure Bravo dual action hand pump (inflates when pushing down AND pulling up, up to 15psi)
Front bungee tie downs
10′ poly flex ankle leash so you don’t loose the board on the water
Universal fit lifejacket (unisex)
We require that renters use the life jacket and ankle leash included with this paddle board rental.
Available for pick up at 73 W. Monroe in the Loop or delivery via Postmates, we pack our rentals into easily transportable bags to carry whether you’re taking the train or tossing gear into your trunk.
Our customizable kits allow you to choose only the items you need for your trip. We offer a 50% discount for multi-day rentals, which makes your weekend trip the same price as booking for one day.
Bring back your gear clean and dry to prevent molding. You can drop off in the Loop or return it via Postmates.
Get to Know the Owner
What is your favorite season?
List some of your favorite outdoor activities.
We enjoy hiking, car camping, mountain biking, backpacking, and more. We love taking our telescope up to Newport State Park, which is one of the few dark sky parks in the Midwest and has great views of Jupiter, Saturn, and the Andromeda galaxy. It's definitely an experience we would recommend!
What was your favorite outdoor experience?
Our team's favorite outdoor experiences are varied, and we have loved car camping across Yellowstone, hiking in Banff National Park, and mountain biking in Moab.