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No it does not have a D ring, has the hook at the back for the safety ankle strap, you could attach your own D-ring to add a seat but is narrow enough to sit on with your legs dangling in the water either side.
Charlotte Dawson
· 27 July 2021
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I'm not too sure, I don't believe it does. My one has gone through quite a bit and it's still in good condition, I do avoid rocky waters but it has been alright whenever I do accident hit an odd rock or dragged it against rocky beaches. I'll probs put an inquiry with the official account with that one
W
· 03 August 2021
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My valve can be tricky to connect, some times find using the repair valve screw gets it back into position- but can still pop out at higher PSI (8-10) when pumping… not sure if mine is faulty?
JS
· 05 August 2021
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I have two teenagers and they ride this board together with no issues. This board is narrow for beginners so if you are new to paddle boarding it might be worth looking at a wider board.
Mr. S. Whitehouse
· 27 August 2021
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Yes it does
MRS E MUNCE
· 22 June 2021
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I got mine with Amazon prime so it literally came in a matter of 2 days so they are probably shipped from the UK if not I'd look into their company name
W
· 03 August 2021
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Yes you can apparently but have not tried
MRS E MUNCE
· 22 June 2021
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So the fins slide on and off but have a small plastic lock like piece attached to a string, you just need to pop that out and you can slide the fins off easily
W
· 24 July 2021
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I don't remember but its recommended to go up to 1 bar if that helps?
W
· 29 June 2021