Click image to access my article, with pictures of me using the pump, on the ‘Atoll Board’ blog.
I am always game to write about products or things I like, I use with relish or I care about. This electric pump, for my 11′ Atoll iSUP definitely fell into that category. It made using the iSUP that much easier and faster. I can’t imagine inflating my iSUP without this pump. So, I wanted to make sure others heard about my v. positive experience and how I felt.
Luckily the (very friendly) Atoll team were more than happy to indulge I. So, here it is. Yes, there are pictures on this blog of me using the pump. But, now you can see them in a different setting. Enjoy. SMILE.
Click to access the ‘Atoll’ apparel page. Some GREAT buys. SMILE.
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Living in a house with three females means that ANY of my clothes that will fit them stand a chance of getting STOLEN. No. No. Not borrowed. Stolen. That is what happened to this sweatshirt. It disappeared before I got to even wear it ONCE. But, she (and we will not mention names) didn’t really like the SHARK. She wanted something more subtle. So, I got her another and managed to get this one back. Took over a month.
But now I, luckily, have two ‘Atoll’ sweatshirts — the BUFFALO & the SHARK. I think I might be able to hold onto these. SMILE.
Wow, these Atoll hats are IMPRESSIVE! I kid you not. As good as their 11′ iSUP that I am getting very fond of.
Those who know me will attest that I typically shy away from apparel — T-shirts, hats, sweats — that endorse a company, product or service. It has to be very special to I before I will endorse anything by wearing ‘branded’ apparel.
It is going to be different with Atoll. I am going to be wearing these hats regularly over the Summer. Wait and see. I will post pictures as proof. Smile.
I am pretty impressed and pleased with the data it provides. Basically, it emulates what you get with the RUN, WALK or HIKE APPs.
Do not get hung up on my actual data. I am 65-years old, recovering from major knee surgery and just got back into SUP after a 3-year hiatus. Plus, I was never a strong or great paddler. I just do it for the fun. We live close to a lake and we have beach rights. So, I try to get out on the water.
Again a bit too windy for my liking BUT I am getting the hang of it — quite literally. Only fell in once and I was on the board for 40 minutes paddling. Compared to my old Coleman Banshee the Atoll, 19 pounds when inflated, is feather-light. That is what I need to get used to. But, I will. Board feels great. Tracks well. I am pleased.