It was the Uli 10' Steamroller everyone was trying at Amanda's beach party; http://www.uliboards.com/product/10-steamroller
This is a great all-around type board. Stable enough to be a cruiser but not too big and shaped appropriately enough to have a go on some waves. For me, there is nothing like an inflatable. I keep 1 or 2 in the back of my car at all times. They roll up into the size of a large sleeping bag with 3 piece paddle and pump inside. The main features which differentiate between a good and not so good inflatable SUP are rigidity & durability. Before I decided on carrying the Uli brand, I checked out all the other inflatables I could and none of them came close. The Uli's are a tough 2 ply for extreme durability and one of the keys to its rigidity is the amount of air you can stuff into it. With most other inflatables, about 15 psi is it... and its tough work to even get it there! Uli has refined their pump and structured their boards to accommodate at least 18psi... I routinely pump mine to 20. With this much air, the board is solid and many are surprised or don't even know it's inflatable, after standing on it, until I tell 'em! The gauge that comes mounted on the pump is of good quality and accurate. Here's a novel little promo video Uli has done showing its durability and rolled up size, etc... check out the 6th one down; http://www.uliboards.com/videos
It's about a 10-15 minute decent workout to get to get the boards inflated. I will also be carrying the battery operated portable kite pumps which can be rigged with the proprietary Uli valve. With this, we should be able to get the boards to about 12 psi, then finish them off with the Uli pump. ... or maybe we can equip Vi's compressor with a fitting!
The Uli boards are made in the US under close supervision of the family operation. Their support is amazing which was another factor for taking on this brand. With this type of support, I can take swiftly take care of any issues that may arise for you guys and I'm tellin' you... these guys don't mess around with their reputation. One of our own here purchased a Uli board before they designed their newer, better pump. He was telling me how difficult it was to inflate his board to the prop pressure. It was just a matter of me making mention of it to Uli and they had a new one on the way to me to comp the customer with.
Here are the other boards currently in the line; https://www.uliboards.com/products
If anyone has any questions, wants to try or buy, I would appreciate it if you'd let me know.