A complete ready to Go-SUP package. Designed for versatility, the Mistral Tango incorporates Double Skin Fusion Layer Technology (DSFL) Drop Stitch fabric. Don’t be fooled by imitations, this fabric uses 13,600 stitches per inch over the usual 12,000 making the board stiffer for no added weight gain. Diamond pattern EVA non slip deck, nose scuff pad and towing D-ring, rear D-Ring leash point and single universal fin box. At 11’5 (348cm) x 31” (79cm) by 316L, the Tango paddles smooth and stable. Includes polycarbonate blade, alloy adjustable shaft, dual action pump, fin, coiled leash, repair kit and wheeled travel bag.
YOU ARE A NOVICE TO INTERMEDIATE PADDLER
The Mistral Tango 11’5 x 33” x 6” (348cm x 79cm x 15cm) x 311L inflatable SUP offers smooth paddling and stability and suits novice to intermediate paddlers. With 311L the Tango can support riders up to 120kg, but optimally sub 100kg for better performance.
PRODUCT COMPOSITION and CONSTRUCTION Double Skin Fusion Layer (DSFL) Technology Drop Stitch Fabric. Uses 13,600 stitches per inch over the usual 12,000 making the board stiffer for no added weight gain. SUP board consists of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) woven polyester drop stitch construction. Non-slip material is composed of ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA) foam. Contact adhesive consisting of poly-chloroprene polymers. Elastic bungee cord composed of both natural and manufactured rubber, poly carbonate fin-box, stainless steel retainers.
STOCK ADVICE Avoid storing in direct high UV sunlight to prolong material longevity. Rinse with fresh water to evacuate all salt crystals. When dry, store in dry, well ventilated place avoid humid heat sources.
TESTS Developed and tested by our design team in Holland and the UK. Components have been tested to ensure they meet nominal expectations of performance within reasonable expectations of form, function and budget.
SUP technology has advanced over the years, however require the end-user to take good care through responsible ownership. The advantages of iSUP ownership are clearly related to convenience of transportation and storage, cost and low impact use.
If you’re getting your iSUP out of storage after a long winter, it’s advised you take some time to do some basic maintenance checks at home.