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Level Six Eleven Six Owner's Manual

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Type: Owner's Guide
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OWNER’S GUIDE

 


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READ THIS IMPORTANT INFORMATION BEFORE USING

YOUR STAND-UP PADDLEBOARD

DISREGARDING ANY OF THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN 

THE OWNER’S MANUAL AND/OR ON THE PRODUCT MAY RESULT IN INJURY, INCLUDING 

THE POSSIBILITY OF DEATH. 

- REVIEW THE WEIGHT CAPACITY LIMITATIONS OF THIS BOARD AND NEVER EXCEED IT.

- ALWAYS WEAR A COAST GUARD APPROVED PERSONAL FLOTATION DEVICE (PFD).

- NEVER GO PADDLEBOARDING IN SEVERE WEATHER OR WATER CONDITIONS THAT 

MIGHT AFFECT YOUR ABILITY TO STEER THE BOARD OR RETURN TO SHORE.

- NEVER ALLOW MINORS TO USE THIS BOARD WITHOUT ADULT SUPERVISION.

- NEVER CONSUME ALCOHOL OR ANY OTHER SUBSTANCES THAT MAY IMPAIR YOUR 

COORDINATION, JUDGEMENT, OR ABILITY TO SAFELY PADDLE THE BOARD.

- NEVER USE THIS BOARD BEYOND YOUR SKILLS OR ABILITY.

- NEVER USE THIS PRODUCT AFTER SUNSET, BEFORE DAWN OR AT ANY TIME IN POOR 

LIGHTING.

- CHECK LOCAL LAWS AND REGULATIONS REGARDING PROPER AND SAFE USE OF THIS 

PRODUCT.

- NEVER USE THE VALVE WRENCH TO DEFLATE AN INFLATED BOARD.

- PRESSURE GAUGE WILL ONLY REGISTER PRESSURE ABOVE 10 PSI.

- DO NOT INFLATE SUP ABOVE 15 PSI.

- KEEP CLEAR OF SHARP OBJECTS AND/OR HEAT PRODUCING OBJECTS.

 


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SEC TION 1:

IDENTIFYING PARTS

& ACCESSORIES 

PAGES 4 - 6

SEC TION 2:

CARE & MAINTENANCE    PAGES 8 - 9

SEC TION 3:

INFLATION 

& DEFLATION  

         PAGES 10 - 11

SEC TION 4:

FIN INSTALLATION 

PAGE 12

SEC TION 5:

 

REPAIRS 

PAGE 13

SEC TION 6:

 

TRANSPORTATION  TIPS 

PAGE 14

SEC TION 7:

 

LIMITED LIFETIME 

WARRANTY 

PAGE 15

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

 


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TEN-SIX

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SECTION 1 | IDENTIFYING PARTS & ACCESSORIES

G.

STAND-UP PADDLEBOARD
BUNGEE RINGS & CORDS
DECK TRACTION PAD
CARRY HANDLE
AIR VALVE
LEASH D-RING
FIN CLAMP
FIN
VALVE WRENCH
BOARD TOTE
HIGH PRESSURE PUMP
AIR HOSE
REPAIR KIT

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B. 
C. 

D. 

E. 

F. 

G. 
H. 

I. 

J. 

K.

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M.

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M.

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G.

A.

B. 
C. 

D. 

E. 

F. 

G. 
H. 

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STAND-UP PADDLEBOARD
BUNGEE RINGS & CORDS
DECK TRACTION PAD
CARRY HANDLE
AIR VALVE
LEASH D-RING
FIN CLAMP
FIN
VALVE WRENCH
BOARD TOTE
HIGH PRESSURE PUMP
AIR HOSE
REPAIR KIT

 


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SECTION 1 | IDENTIFYING PARTS & ACCESSORIES

A.

B.

C.

D.

E.

F.

A.

B. 
C. 

D. 

E. 

F. 

G. 
H. 

I. 

J. 

K.

L.

M.

TWELVE-SIX

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K.

H.

M.

I.

J.

L.

G.

STAND-UP PADDLEBOARD
BUNGEE RINGS & CORDS
DECK TRACTION PAD
CARRY HANDLE
AIR VALVE
LEASH D-RING
FIN CLAMP
FIN
VALVE WRENCH
BOARD TOTE
HIGH PRESSURE PUMP
AIR HOSE
REPAIR KIT

 


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SECTION 2 | CARE & MAINTENANCE

Direct sunlight can damage a board if left exposed for a period of time.  Heat can 

cause the air inside the board to expand beyond the internal pressure limits 

of the board.    Keep your board in an area with good air flow and circulation.  

Leaving your board in a vehicle during the day (closed or open) elevates the 

risk for heat related damages.

KEEP IN A WELL VENTILATED, SHADED 

AREA WHEN NOT IN USE.

Max pressure is 15 psi.  Do not overinflate.  If inflated in cooler early morning 

temperatures, inflate closer to the lower end of optimal inflation range.  Inflating 

at a lower psi will allow for pressure expansion as the outside temperature warms 

during the course of the day.

OPTIMAL INFLATION IS 12-15 PSI.

MAX PRESSURE IS 15 PSI.

OVER-INFLATING YOUR PADDLE BOARD 

OR IMPROPER INFLATION/DEFLATION IS 

NOT COVERED UNDER WARRANTY!

RINSE SAND AND SALTWATER DEPOSITS 

FROM YOUR BOARD AFTER USE.

Sun, sand and saltwater will degrade any man-made material over time. Rinse 

off sand and saltwater deposits from your paddle board with fresh water and 

store in a cool, dry environment after each use.

 


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Board bags are intended for transportation protection, not full time storage.  

Prolonged storage of a wet board in a wet board bag will have adverse effects on 

the finish of your board, leading to the possibility of mold, and osmotic blisters.  

Storing your board in a board bag is not the same as placing it in the shade.  

Board bags will collect heat and potentially overheat your board.

REGULARLY MAINTAIN THE 

HIGH PRESSURE PUMP.

Unscrew the top of the pump and lubricate top edge and 

inside of tube.

CLOSE THE VENT BEFORE EACH USE

OPEN THE VENT AFTER EACH USE.

The DUAL-ACTION pump has a volume of capacity of 2000 cm

and can exert 2 

BAR (29 PSI) of air pressure per pump.  For added efficiency, engage the action 

selector to “DOUBLE ACTION” and exert an equal volume of air on both up and 

down strokes of the pump.

HIGH PRESSURE PUMP

ACTION

SELECTOR

PRESSURE GAUGE

LUBRICATE

TOP EDGE &

INSIDE OF TUBE

 


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SECTION 3 | INFLATION & DEFLATION

Fasten air hose to pressure gauge.

Locate the air valve on tail section of the 

board deck and open valve cap.

Turn the colored valve pin counter-clockwise 

to the “UP” position.  The valve pin will prevent 

air from escaping when in the “UP” position.

Connect air hose to air valve and twist 90

o

 to 

secure the connection.

Inflate to 12-15 psi.

Disconnect air hose from valve and close valve 

cap.

Open valve cap.

Depress colored valve pin and turn clockwise 

to lock the pin in the “DOWN” or open 

position.

Allow air to freely escape Inflatable SUP for a 

few minutes.

Beginning at the nose, tightly roll up Inflatable 

SUP to force remaining air through the air 

valve.

SUP INFLATION

SUP DEFLATION

DOWN

FOR

DEFLATION

UP

FOR

INFLATION

1.
2.

3.

4.

1

.

2.

3.

4.

5.
6.

 


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Verify the valve pin is in the “UP” position.  “UP” keeps air in.  “DOWN” allows air out.

Verify the air hose is securely fastened to the air valve. 

The air valve may be loose.  Refer to “VALVE TIGHTENING” below.

Check for tears and/or cracks.  This is best performed in water.  Submerge the sup and 

look for streams of air bubbles.  If a large body of water is not available, try a spray bottle 

filled with water and dish soap.  Spray the board along the seams and look for billowing 

soap bubbles.  If a tear/hole is located, refer to “INFLATABLE SUP REPAIRS” in this manual.

If none of these tips resolve the issue, contact us at INFO@LEVELSIX.COM.

SUP NOT INFLATING or AIR ESCAPING SUP WHILE INFLATING

TROUBLE SHOOTING LEAKING SUPS

VALVE TIGHTENING

Occasionally, the valve on your inflatable SUP may 

become loose.  If the valve flange freely spins when 

opening the valve cover or you detect air leaking from 

the valve area, tightening may be required.  Using the 

included valve wrench, tighten valve in a clockwise 

motion until hand tight.

NEVER USE THE VALVE 

WRENCH WHEN SUP

IS PRESSURIZED.

VALVE WRENCH

 


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SECTION 4 | FIN INSTALLATION

LEVEL SIX INFLATABLE SUPS include a 

center stabilizer fin and a screw set.   We 

recommend removing fins after each use 

to prevent damage to the fin and board.

FINS AND HARDWARE

FIN INSTALLATION

STABILIZER FIN

SCREW SET

SCREW KEY

1.

2.

3.

4.

 


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2.

3.
4.

5.

6.

7.

REPAIR KIT 

CONTAINER

CEMENT

PVC/POLYESTER 

PATCHES X 2

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

BEFORE YOU START

Completely deflate paddle board.

Thoroughly clean the surface around the leak and the matte side of the PVC/

Polyester patch with rubbing alcohol.  Both surfaces must be free of moisture, oil 

and debris.

Open the cement tube by breaking the tube seal using the outside of the tube cap.

Apply cement carefully and evenly to both paddle board surface and matte side 

patch surface.  Avoid contact with skin & eyes.  Avoid breathing cement vapors.

Allow cement on both board and patch to dry to the touch. Once dry, reapply a very 

thin layer of cement around the perimeter of the patch.

Once cement on both board and patch becomes tack-free, apply patch to board and 

firmly work out any trapped air bubbles.

Allow 8 hours for cement to cure before inflating paddleboard.

Prepare the following items:
Latex Gloves (Pair)
Isopropyl Alcohol (Rubbing Alcohol)
Clean Cloth
Cement Applicator (Brush, Popsicle® stick, etc.) 
Emergency Repair Kit Contents (Cement + Patches)

WEAR LATEX GLOVES TO AVOID

SKIN IRRITATION.

SECTION 5 | REPAIRS

 


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SECTION 6 | TRANSPORTATION TIPS

Inflatable SUPs are designed to compact for convenient storage & travel.  

Due to a lack of weight when inflated, they will travel poorly if strapped to a 

vehicle rooftop.  Damages incurred by improper transport are not covered by 

the manufacturer’s warranty!

When transporting, be sure to clear any sharp objects.  Punctures are not 

covered by the manufacturer’s warranty!

Keep clear of any heat producing items such as camp stoves, propane lamps, 

etc.  Damages resulting from heat are not covered by the manufacturer’s 

warranty!

Allow your Inflatable SUP to completely dry before tightly rolling for packing.  

Excess moisture may cause mildew and/or mold damage.

DO NOT TRANSPORT AN INFLATED STAND 

UP PADDLE BOARD ON TOP OF A VEHICLE.

The included board tote is intended for Inflatable SUP and Inflatable SUP 

accessories only.  Additional items added to the board tote may exceed 

weight capacity and result in damages to the tote, shoulder straps and/or 

carry handle.

When completely packed, an inflatable SUP and its accessories can get rather 

heavy.  Make sure to never carry more than is comfortable for you in one trip.  

Always use proper lifting and carrying techniques to avoid straining muscles.

For maximum comfort when carrying the board tote, wear both shoulder 

straps to evenly distribute the carry weight.  Tighten the shoulder straps to 

reduce slack and to avoid tote contents from resting on the back of the legs.

NEVER CARRY MORE THAN YOU CAN 

HANDLE COMFORTABLY.

 


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LEVEL SIX

 

OFFERS A LIMITED 365 DAY 

WARRANTY AGAINST DEFECTS IN MATERIALS 

AND WORKMANSHIP.

TERMS OF WARRANTY:

Your LEVEL SIX product is guaranteed to be free of defects in material and workmanship for a period 

of no more than 365 days from the date of purchase. If the product does not conform to the warranty, 

LEVEL SIX, at its discretion will issue a new, like new, or similar model product, excluding any shipping 

charges. Warranty extends to original purchaser only and is non-transferable.  Sales receipt and original 

packaging materials are required.

WARRANTY:

LEVEL SIX will make every effort to produce boards to the highest quality and standards in the industry. 

We do quality checks in our factories and in our warehouses in North America in an effort to guarantee 

each board’s quality before shipping. Because of the nature of surfing and paddle boarding we cannot 

warranty the performance of any board or shape for individual riders and varying levels of skills and 

abilities. Furthermore, we cannot guarantee against damage or breakage and cannot protect or 

warranty against circumstances outside of our control. In the event of a new board being removed 

from a box and not in good condition please contact the office for resolution. You will be asked for a 

copy of your sales receipt and photos of the damage in question, as well as original packaging material 

to verify if damage was due to shipping. If it is deemed a manufacturing or material flaw, we will issue 

an RMA number. This number along with the damaged product will need to be returned to the closest 

warehouse at customer’s expense. Upon physical review, LEVEL SIX will make its final determination as 

to the nature of the damage or flaw and issue a replacement product (model depends on availability), 

or store credit. Shipping will be the responsibility of the customer. We are not responsible for damage 

or defects once the board has been used.  Damage is defined as impact with any object or material, 

damage due to dropping, loading, unloading, or transport, alterations or modifications, repairs, natural 

disasters, fires, temperatures below 4.4 

o

C (40 

o

F), or above 43

 o

C (110

 o

F), any further use of a board 

once a claim has been reported, transport or storage of a board with a closed air valve, use of a board 

in the water with a loose or removed air valve, failure to clean and service air vent valve, storage of a 
board in extremely hot or humid conditions including a wet or damp board bag.

RETURNS AND EXCHANGES:

LEVEL SIX will exchange any new, unused product for company credit providing it is accompanied 

by an original sales receipt and all original packaging. This will not include any shipping charges or 

expenses. Product must be in new condition and will be subject to the inspection of staff.

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SECTION 7 | LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY

 


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