When you need the advantages of an inflatable SUP board, Jimmy’s are among the finest on the market.

Storage issue? No problem. Travel? No problem. Rocky, and shallow rivers? No problem. On a budget? No problem. The Jimmy Lewis inflatables fit the bill!  .

Maestro Air Logo 400 px




2018 10’3 X 33″ X 6″: $1499

2017 10’3 X 33″ X 6″ $1399

2017 9’2 X 33″ X 6″ $1299


12’6 X 32″ X 6″: $1499 ($1449 without paddle)

Searcher Air LOGO version 2 400 px


11’2 X 33″ $1499 ($1449 without paddle)
Jimmy Lewis Aluminum Paddle

Paddles are available to get you started. $50 when you buy a board.  Weight: 1164 grams.

Optional carbon paddle $299 ($249 with board purchase) Note: this is not a Jimmy Lewis paddle.

Jimmy’s two-stage pump is included with all inflatables, making blowing up your board a breeze! Complete with pressure gauge showing the suggested pressure range. Pump without board $49.99.

Which size? For family fun, yoga, and just goofing around on waves or flat water, the Maestro Air 10’3 or 9’2 are the call. They are super stable, so if you want to bring your kids and the dog with you, you’ll have a blast.

The Searcher Air is a mid-size board which can float paddlers of any size or skill.  Great for fishing or touring and is available in several colour choices.

If you want to paddle longer distances at higher speed, the Sidewinder Air 12’6 is the fastest of the three boards (it’s one of the fastest inflatables on the water!).

All Jimmy Lewis inflatable boards are extremely stable and can handle rider weights of up to 250 lbs, or more.

Features: Jimmy’s inflatables are constructed with Mirasol drop-stitch fabric and double-layer PVC fabric which allows a max pressure 25 psi (1.72 bar). We recommend pumping them up to 15 psi, but it’s nice to know they can handle a lot more. The double-wall stringer construction technology is extra-stiff, light, forgiving, and almost indestructible. They come with a high-quality deckpad, a carry handle, and tie-down bungees to store extra gear or your PFD.

Note: there are lighter inflatables on the market, but they don’t have double wall construction and cannot handle high pressure and they are not nearly as durable as Jimmy’s. You get what you pay for, so make sure to educate yourself, and don’t get fooled by cheap inferior products that you won’t be happy with.

In the box: US base polycarbonate fin (the fin box is compatible with all standard SUP and surf fins). No screwdriver needed! Top quality wheeled backpack bag for storage and transport with padded shoulder straps and inner storage pockets. Industry standard HP 2-stage pump with pressure gauge for quick inflation (it takes about 5 minutes in total to blow up a board, but don’t try to do it all at once).  Repair kit (just in case, but you’ll likely never need it!).

Inflatable Fin box detail

Fin Box Detail


Wasaga Beach August 2017


Maestro air new stack

Every board is checked for leakage at the factory.

Jimmy Lewis Inflatable, Jeff MacInnis

Jeff MacInnis with Che-Cheemaun in background. Photo: Luis Moreira

Jimmy Lewis Inflatable Stiletto Air photo

Camping on Cove Island Ontario. Photo: Luis Moreira

Jimmy Lewis Stiletto Air

Photo: Luis Moreira

Simon diving on Stiletto Air

Simon Donato Photo by: Luis Moreira