Lord over the waters in comfort and stability.
Long, wide, and built for good times, the NRS Baron 6 Inflatable Stand-Up Paddleboard makes paddling with extra gear or pets feel like a leisurely float down the river. With 358 liters of buoyancy, the Baron is approved for larger riders (over 250 lbs.), making it highly maneuverable when weighed down with either a rider or gear. Two inches wider than the NRS Baron 4, this board is perfect for larger, experienced paddlers, or those looking to bring along some extra gear or even their dog.
Classic longboard features like the 2+1 slide-on fin setup and pintail blend with forward girth and a rockered, narrow nose unleash the Baron 6's versatility on just about any waterway. Put the confidence-inspiring stability to the test by pressing your feet and hands into the foam deck pad during a balance-amplifying SUP yoga session. Drop-stitch PVC construction and the industry leading Leafield C7 value allow the 27.4 lbs board to inflate to composite-like rigidity, and deflate small enough to fit in the included carrying bag, so you can pack the Baron 6 and all of the included accessories in your trunk and still have room for a cooler or two.
When it's time to get the coolers out, bungee them down to the front of the board with the three durable D-rings and bring the party with you. If you mainly plan on paddling with over 225 pounds or are a 225+ pound paddler who is new to the sport, this is your board. For lighter weight riders, or those looking for a more maneuverable ride consider the Baron 4.
- PVC drop-stitch construction
- Double sidewalls
- Grippy, diamond-textured foam pad
- Stainless steel D-rings
- Leafield C7 valve
- Removable, interchangeable nylon fins
- Inflates to 15psi
- Sturdy webbing handles
- Item #NRS007L
- Q & A
Easy and light
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Easy to pack, relative light, nice looking and very stable SUP. Perfect!! It inflates in about 3 minutes with the included pump. I definitely worried that an inflatable SUP would be flimsy - Not so! It's sturdy; you'd never know it was an inflatable.