This 3D Stringer and the tail release edge have further improved this amazing performer. The 4” thickness ensures the rail will be able to hold the turn with ease. Forget the airline fees and pack it into a standard suitcase if you will. Roll it, pump it, surf it!
Our Triple Layer Composite and our Double Layer constructions both include the specially developed process of pre-lamination. This high tech process consists of machine-lamination of the multiple layers into a shell that has accurate thickness as well as superior abrasion and stretch properties. Compared to normal double layer boards we have been able to remove the manual glue application from the process and with it the room for error, the excess weight of the glue and the additional health hazards for our workers.
The fiber reinforced layers create super strong and durable boards with a minimal amount of stretch.
The SurfAir comes with 1x 9″ fin, 1x Double Action Pump and 1x Superior Edition Roller Bag.
Tail Rail Edge
Welded Seam Technology
2 Year Warranty
The 3D stringer is the most innovative solution to increase the stiffness of an inflatable board. It connects the deck, rail and bottom into one strong and solid U-beam. This has increased the stiffness of the boards up to 30%. Furthermore, the 3D Stringer increased the glued overlap surface in the high stress standing area, increasing the safety of the boards.
JP-Australia developed the Welded Seam Technology to increase the durability and air tightness of our inflatable boards. The connection between the rail and the drop stitch material is hot air welded thus creating a very strong mechanical joint that turns these two parts into one. The plasticizers in PVC migrate over time and weaken the strength of the chemical bond of the glue. By fusing two different layers together into one part, the welding process makes the board safer and more durable.
The JP-Australia 2020 inflatable products have two years of warranty coverage from the purchase date. For more details, please check the limited warranty terms in the user manual.