What are the differences between drop stitch air and plywood floors?

 Once inflated, a high pressure air floor becomes as rigid as a plywood floor. You can stand, walk or even jump on it, the
same way you could on plywood floor.

If you are planning to inflate and deflate your boat often, then the air floor is your best solution, because the boat folds compactly. It’s a breeze to assemble and inflatable boats with air floor. Just roll out-and inflate.

Assembling a plywood floor is a little bit of a hassle, and therefore we recommend plywood floors
only if you keep the boat inflated most of the time. Another advantage of an air floor is that it is much lighter than a plywood floor. Due to its lighter weight, the boat can achieve a higher speed much easier than with a plywood floor. Plus, an air floor is easy on your knees and absorbs vibrations better than a plywood floor. Because of these outstanding features, most of our customers prefer boats with air floors.

All of our air floors come with a plywood support above the keel in the bow section of the boat. Because of these patented features, air floors become very rigid and flat. Flat floors perform much better than bended air floors of some competing brands.

Air Floors

 

 

as rigid as Plywood floors

 

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