• Where can I buy the Tripstix boards?

The Allround board will be offered through www.kickstarter.com in June 2017. We are sorry for the delay, but we want to deliver the best product possible. This means that we are still in the development and testing process. We are close to the perfect product, but we emphasize for the highest quality for our products. This is why we need a little more time as scheduled, but we are on the right way. We are looking forward to see you on the water with your Tripstix board in 2017!

    • Is it possible to use the technology in other products?

Yes, there are several other use cases, including boats, tents and logistics. If you are interested in using our technology, feel free to contact us at info@tripstix.de.

    • How heavy are the products?

The weight of the boards are comparable to standard inflatable boards. The 10’0 Allround SUP will weigh around 12 kg.

    • What are the advantages compared to regular inflatable SUPs?

The VacuuAir technology used in all Tripstix boards has several advantages: A) Through the new technology we can design a „real“ board shape, meaning sharp rails, precise tail and nose and a defined rocker line. B) The technology combines air chambers and vacuum chambers. The vacuum chambers are filled with granule, providing ultra stiffness, like a vacuumed coffee pack. C) The result is a high-performance board. D) You can use it in lakes, rivers and waves. E) Because of the technology, our boards inflate very fast and don´t need much pressure. F) The boards are very safe, they float even punctured.

    • How do I apply the vacuum?

The board set up is very easy. First, inflate the air chamber with the pump inserted in the inflation valve. Secondly, turn the hose of the pump into deflation mode and insert it in the vacuum valve. Then apply vacuum by sucking out the air of the vacuum chamber. Thirdly, go shred.

    • Will you be offering Surfboards as well?

Yes, we are also developing surfboards, but at the moment we are focusing on SUPs. We already tested a shortboard on the river wave „Eisbach“ in Munich.