iRocker All-Around 10′ & 11′ 2019

10' & 11' iRocker All-Arounds













  • Extra D-rings
  • Comfier deck-pad than 2018
  • All accessories includes
  • Great quality accessories
  • Side fins are removable


  • Still a little heavy
  • Like to see an upgrade in fins

They’re here!

The brand spanking new 2019 iRockers! It’s pretty much Christmas all over again this time of year. There’s been a high level of anticipation over here at Supboardguide waiting for these new boards.

So, what do we think? There are some changes from last year. Some obvious aesthetics, some upgrades and a whole new model in the range! It’s all very exciting, and we are stoked with what we’ve discovered so far.


Weight24 lbs
Max Capacity370 lbs


So I’m not finding a huge difference in general performance from the 2018 model. Which makes sense given that the shape and materials are identical.  However, with the introduction of being able to remove the side fins, there’s room for a slight change in how the board turns and tracks.

Choosing to go single fin, you may find that your tracking improves. Generally speaking, single fin setups are great for holding a line in the water, adding to the board’s momentum and glide. While side fins can provide a little more stability and increased control in turns. There’s also a choice of a lower profile fin which means you can confidently get into shallow waters and stay in control!

Paddling SUP

Now as I’m covering both the 10′ and 11′, I’ll explain the difference between the two. Aside from the obvious weight capacity and length difference, there’s a slight difference in performance. The 11′ cruises and holds its speed a little better than the 10′, but takes a little longer to get going. The 10′ also is a bit easier to turn, especially if you are a smaller rider.

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For these boards, being all-arounds, it’s best to match the size of the board to the rider. If you are a bigger rider or plan on taking your kids/dog/kitchen sink out on the water, the 11′ will not only hold the weight better, it will be more stable. Whereas, especially if you are a beginner, you’ll enjoy the 10′ better if your weight is closer to its max capacity.

paddling inflatable paddleboard

I’ve found the all-arounds to perform best in flatwater conditions to the low end of something more challenging. I wouldn’t recommend them in steep or big surf, nor in heavy rapids. They could definitely handle it as far as materials go, but the buoyancy of being 6″ thick makes them not quite responsive enough.

One of the best versatile options they have is being that they are skill friendly. That is, if you are a beginner to intermediate, they are a pleasure to be out on. Hence why they are so popular!! Also, perfect for kids to come out on with the handles up the front but also easy for them to have a go too!

Drag slider to compare the 2018 and 2019 All-Around

2018 model vs 2019 modelAll-Around 2018 vs 2019

MaterialsSUP materials

As mentioned earlier, the materials in the 2019 range are the same as the 2018 range. For those not up to date with iRockers, they use a quad-layer PVC to put their boards together. The layers of PVC protect the drop stitch core, which is what gives the boards the feel of being a hardboard. Drop stitching allows layers to be held together but not be put under strain with high pressures of inflation. The PVC is military grade, ensuring a bulletproof board.

One of the reasons that iRocker has decided to go with quad-layer PVC, full well knowing it’s a bit heavier is that it would seem boards with fusion have a higher return rate. They aren’t satisfied with the quality of the technology so decided to stick with more layers instead. It may make your board a bit heavier but if what they say is correct, you’re guaranteed to buy a more consistent product as well as have one more durable. iRocker has one of the industries lowest return rates so I think they are onto something!

I have put these boards to the test in multiple scenarios and a year and also 2 years (2017 models) on, they are still as strong as the first day I got them. No seam splits, no punctures despite the odd run-in with oysters/rocks and the deck pad is still thick and in place.

The deck pads materials haven’t changed, but its design has slightly. However, I’ll go into that further in the board design part of this review.



You can have your board pumped in 5-6 mins with the new full throttle, triple action, double chamber pump. It’s fast and efficient! Getting inflated from about 10-15 PSI can be tough work, but with a few actions and double the amount of air going in, you’ll be sighing with relief, not effort.

PSI pressure reader

Though if you are regularly out and about, a compressor is probably the first thing I would suggest upgrading. Which lucky for you can be purchased through iRocker also!

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Same deflation tactic as previous years/models, push the pin in and twist, the air will escape, and then you can start rolling your board up once you’ve got a bit of air out. Wrap it, strap it and put it in your bag for the next paddle. An improvement in the deflating apartment is that with the side fins being removable, you’re now able to roll the board up even tighter.


Removable fins SUPIn the performance, it was mentioned the side fins are removable now as well as the center fin. The fins share the same materials as previous years, which mine have definitely taken a beating in the past and they are still going strong! The side fins are made from the same tough plastic as the center fin and snap lock in the same also. It’s a great system that’s fast and easy to use however these types of fins also aren’t nearly as nice as the Blackfins. I think I’m a little fin-icky (haaaaaa) about my fins as I know the importance they play once you move on from just generic paddling. I would love to see a fin upgrade at some point for iRocker range, including a US fin box to interchange the center fin.

One other improvement is that they are offering a lower profile snap lock fin for the iRocker range which gives you safe access into shallower waters.

Board Design

Here is where we go into the real new treats of 2019!
So it’s obvious the aesthetics have changed, the pinstripe all the way down and some color differences. Some of the other changes are a little more sneaky. The deck pad is a crocodile texture with color-coded beveled edges on the grooves which adds some extra comfort and grip.

2018 (left) and 2019 (right) iRocker 11′ all around

Looking down the board, you’ll see there are some extra D-rings! Yipee! You can either purchase some extra bungee and create more storage space on the tail or attach your cooler bag behind you. While the other option (so long as it’s two smaller people and more probably suited for the 11′) is to attach two kayak seats.

Taking SUP to river
Now you probably wouldn’t notice unless you had 2018 as well, but the D-rings up the front have been spaced out a bit further, allowing for more storage room. The more space, the more options you have for adventures, especially with the added action mount up the front! If you scroll down to the “Extras” you can take a squiz at what you can purchase for the said mount.



This year’s paddle is also the same as last years, but that’s totally fine! Of course, there are better paddles, but that would also require a price increase. So for this price range, it’s definitely a win. Some other companies offer aluminum paddles which are heavy and tend to flutter, but not iRocker! Nope, you get a fiberglass paddle that locks together securely and packs down easily. Following on from that is that your paddles are color-coded! So, that doesn’t help you paddle better but sure does make you look good!

Sup pack down paddle


Storing it all away is easy with the spacious bag provided. It zips all the way down making it easy to get your board in and out. While there is plenty of room inside for your board and all its gear, 2019 sees some new D-rings on the outside to help attach the optional purchase of a kayak seat.

SUP bags

Outside of the new D-rings, you’ll find the same supportive and comfy straps and back piece. There’s not much point of making a bag a backpack if it isn’t comfortable to put on your back! But yet we see that all the time. It’s nice to see iRocker put the detail into their bags as they do. Just would love to have some wheels on the bag now 😉

PumpHand pump for SUP

Mid last year iRocker bought out their new double chamber, triple action pump to go with all iRocker purchases. The one that you get with the 2019 range is an upgrade again. Their shiny new full-throttle pump is 25% lighter and reduces pumping efforts by 50%*.

I entirely agree it’s a whole lot easier and faster, it’s probably on par with a compressor by the time you’ve hooked the pump up to your car, etc.

* Compared to single chamber, dual action pumps


Again, the leash is the same as in previous years. But there’s no need to change it, so why would you? Beautifully color-coded, with an elegant coil and suave stamping on the cuff. Take it on your board, take it to dinner, either way, you’ll be impressing people.

Repair Kit

Your little orange safety friend. There to service your needs in the case of sudden disaster, that is, your board getting a puncture. The other part of the kit is the valve tool so you can self-service your inflation valve if it needs it. Suffice to say, I’m yet to ever have needed to use the repair kit.

Repair Kit SUP

How Does This Compare vs the Other iROCKER SUPs?

The iROCKER All-Around 10′ and 11′ are fantastic boards (as you can tell by their #1 rating on our best inflatable SUP page for all-arounders. In general, the 10′ and 11′ all-around boards are going to be better than the iROCKER Sport, or iROCKER Cruiser if you want a board for a very wide variety of conditions. Basically, the Sport will be a little more maneuverable and ‘sporty’, and the cruiser will be a little more of a casual board – the All Around 10′ or 11′ fits right in the middle of those two.

Optional Accessories

Here is a list of optional extras you can purchase to make your iROCKER ALL-AROUND even more of an all-around SUP!

Kayak Bundle (New)

SUP turned Kayak! Awesome for creating a bit of versatility.

Kayak bundle SUP

Bluetooth and Built-In Storage WaterProof Speaker (New)

Pump the party with this little ball of wonder. There’s 4GB of space for storing tunes so leave the phone behind and have a stress free paddle with music! Got a call you need to take though? That’s fine, so long as you’re within range you can take calls as the speaker has a mic and even a Caller ID function. Being entirely waterproof and additionally, even floating, there’s no risk if this guy tumbles overboard either.

Waterproof Blackfin speaker

Go Pro Mount (New)

Capture the moment 😉

Go Pro SUP

Fishing Rod Holder (New)

Feel free to invite me over for dinner once you’ve caught the first feed.

Deck Bag (Same as 2018)

Insulated deck bag

Insulated cooler bag to keep snacks dry and fresh.

Carry Strap (Same as 2018)

Make your life easier by attaching a carry strap!

Electric Pump (Same as 2018)

Easily the best SUP upgrade out there.

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If you are someone who likes to get around to all the places, then the all-around is for you. The differences between the 10′ and 11′ aren’t huge, though if you are a bigger rider or planning on taking extra weight often the 11′ should be your choice. Every year iRocker brings out a better series than the last and this year is no exception. It’s not hard to understand why their popularity has skyrocketed in the last couple of years.

Sup package

Sporting a 2-year warranty and 30-day return policy, you can buy with confidence even if you don’t entirely trust me that these boards are awesome! There are other all-arounds out there that are more suited to trickier conditions and but they have a heavier price tag. So if you are looking to get super adventurous, I would suggest looking to those, but if you are happy just dipping your toes in smaller waves and some not too dangerous rapids, you can’t beat the value of the all-arounds.

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Heyo! I'm Sarah or as many call me, Sacky! I'm an Australian lover of the outdoors. From losing teeth to rock faces and surfing with dolphins - it's all my second home. I do the online thing to fund my obsessions and keep me seeing this wonderful world. Hope you've enjoyed my content 🙂

28 thoughts on “iRocker All-Around 10′ & 11′ 2019”

  1. Versatility










    Awesome! Been waiting for the new boards. Time to upgrade from my 2017 model.

    • HI Sarah

      I’ve spent most the morning reading all the reviews and they’re super helpful and really informative 👌

      I’m about to buy my first sup and was all set on the irocker all around. It would be mainly used in the sea on flat days and more than likely transporting the kids around the bay for the majority of the time. I would however been keen to do a few further paddles and catch a few small waves myself. I did also look at the Thurso waterwalker, but now I’m reading the reviews there quite a few other models available and I’m not sure which way to go. I’m 5ft 11 and about 12 stone, and I was looking at both 10’8 and 12″ boards. Any advice on a suitable board would be much appreciated. Many thanks Dan

      • Dan, for what you are describing I don’t think you could go wrong with the iRocker All-Around. Given you want to surf a little bit I would recommend the 10′ vs the 11′ foot. You still will be stable and have enough weight capacity to take your kids around the bay and it will a little easier catching waves on the smaller board. If you decide to go with a Thurso, then I’d go with their 10’6″ Waterwalker – just keep in mind that you will have a little less weight capacity (300 lbs vs 370). Let us know if you have any other questions!

  2. Hi Sacky,

    Congrats for the site/reviews! Very informative, thorough and objective.

    I am a beginner in paddling and currently searching for all around board that can stand small waves, as I am from Greece where the end of summer gets a bit windy.

    Currently struggling to choose between the iRocker All-around 11′, the Thurso Waterwalker 11′ (those two are directly comparable) and finally the iRocker Cruiser. Those are on a similar price range, have a 2yr warranty, can carry a kayak seat and seem to be equally appreciatted a solid beginners choices. Therefore, as mentioned before, the key question would be which of those 3 boards can perform better in a windy/small to medium waves, choppy waters situation? Any advice would be more than helpful!


    • Hey Yiannis

      Do you need the full 11′? Because both the iRocker all-around 10′ and 10’6 Waterwalker would be better if you are smaller and don’t need the extra weight capacity/stability. Both are great boards for what you are looking to do, just a toss-up between what you want the most!

      Hope this helps you Yiannis 🙂

  3. Hi! Looking at the 10’6 vs 11’ all around irocker. Love the kayak accessories! I am 5’. Plan to use this on calm waters. Maybe a little yoga as well. What length would be best?

    • Donna, thanks for the question! At 5′ tall you will be just fine on either board (note – the iRocker All-Around comes in either a 10′ or 11′, not a 10’6 length). The main difference between the two is going to be: the 10′ will be a little more maneuverable and 3 lbs lighter, but slightly less stable. For most people around 5′ we would recommend going with the 10′ board, as it’s a fantastic board, is a little cheaper than the 11′, and should be plenty stable for you.

      Does that help?

  4. Hi,
    Would I also be able to yoga on the Waterwalker 10’6?
    I’m 5’7” 140.
    Would like yoga, paddle, put my 50# dog on with me, some touring,
    Flat and mild choppy Lake Michigan water and ability to travel.
    Appreciate your recommendations.

    • Kelly, great questions! The Thurso waterwalker is a great board, and would be great for what you are looking to do. The weight capacity will easily handle your 140 lbs + your dogs 50 lbs, and it is very stable for things like yoga. If you are concerned about stability and weight capacity then you could also look at the BLACKFIN Model X – that’s one of our favorites for an all-around, multi-person, and yoga SUP.

  5. At 5’8” and 190lbs, would I be fine on the 10ft board or would you recommend the 11ft? The 10ft board is ideal as I can easily store and transport it while inflated but the 11ft would need to be deflated after each use.

    • Anna, while the 11′ would be a little more stable you should be just fine on the 10′ board – iRocker recommends the 10′ all-around for people under 5’10” and it has a weight capacity of 370 lbs. You can find the latest offering here (I think they just launched a deal that gives you a free carry strap and cooler deck pad).

      Let me know if you have any other questions!

  6. Hi,
    I’m new to paddle boarding and just recently bought an irocker 11’ all around. Was looking for something that I could cruise around on at the lake or catch a few waves at the beach. I’m 6’0 and 190lbs….did I make the right choice by picking the 11’ over the 10’ board??

    • Hey Benjamin

      Both will do, but the 10′ is easier in the waves. I’m sure you’ll love your 11′ anyway, the differences aren’t huge 🙂

  7. Hi there, great reviews! I am looking at the iRocker but am also drawn to Nixy Newport (better bag and design), both 10’6 in length. I am 5’5 and weighs around 135 lbs. My pooch is around 36 lbs. Will either one works? We will be using it mostly on lakes and ocean (small choppy waves).

    Thanks 🙂

    • Hello Susi! Glad to hear you are looking into a SUP board – you’ll love it! Given your height and weight, either the iRocker or Nixy will be great options. Just note – the iRocker comes in either the 10′ or 11′ All-Around, or the 10’6″ Cruiser. The Nixy Newport is their 10’6 in option. Between the two brands, we’ve found that the iRocker’s are a little more stable boards, while the Nixy is a little more maneuverable and does come with a fantastic bag (one of the best in the industry, as the founder of Nixy hated carrying all his snorkeling gear around with bad backpacks). So, really your choice will be between the slightly more stable vs more maneuverable, plus design and bag options. Does that help? Please let us know if you have other questions!

  8. Hi Susi, I’ve been addicted to your site for the past week and am now hooked. Really thorough and fair reviews.

    Long story short, I’m 6’ 185lb. Will primarily be using the board in an open bay (not totally flat, but pretty much) and potentially in the ocean on very calm days (I’m not a surfer). In the bay, I’d love to bring my 6 year old.

    I’m looking at the irocker all around 11 and blackfin x. The price difference isn’t huge, but would allow me to get some accessories. Durability is super important as I won’t be using it all the time and need it to last (im in ny). Are there any other boards you’d recommend as well?

    Thanks so much.

    • Matt, thanks for your comments and I’m glad you enjoy the site! For what you are wanting to do, there aren’t any boards I would recommend more than the iRocker 11′ or the BLACKFIN Model X – those are our top 2 boards. Give your height and weight you will be able to bring your 6 year old on either board, and both boards will be super durable. The BLACKFIN will be a little higher quality (hence the price tag), and will also be a more stable platform for when you and your son are paddling around so that would be my top pick for you, if the $$$ works out. If not, then you really can get a FANTASTIC deal on the iRocker 11′. For the quality of SUP you get and the price, it’s tough to beat the iRocker All-ARound.

      Sorry, I wish I could make the decision for you! Basically, the BLACKFIN is a little bit higher quality and a little more stable. The iRocker is still a great board and will let you get a few more accessories (and I’d recommend getting the electric pump if you can). Either way, you will be super happy with both boards!

      Let me know if you have other questions!

  9. Thank you so much for writing this blog! I’ve been researching this board for days weeks now and couldn’t make up my mind on whether the Cruiser, All Around and whether 11′ or 10’….now after reading this I’ve made my decision! Thank you Sacky!

  10. Sacky…………Your reviews page has been most helpful as I’m new to SUP. We bought a yacht (for the Sacramento/San Joaquin Delta) and want 2 SUP’s on it. Also want the ability to take them in the motorhome for when next to a lake, or in the plane for mild streams like in Aspen.

    Me; 5’11” 185, athletic, been paddle boarding only once on the river with know issues.
    Her; 5’4” 140, not real athletics, has boarded a fair bit.

    So I’m considering the 2 of the iRocker All-around, need to know what size to get. Or in your professional opinion, is there a better choice of boards for us?

    • Hey Mike

      Welcome to the world of SUP! The choice is a little overwhelming, isn’t it…
      Thanks for reaching out and hope I can help. First of all, congratulations on your yacht! I am actually currently out sailing myself with a SUP.

      I think the iRockers are a great idea. You also get $80 off when you buy two (applied automatically at checkout).

      Thanks to some incredible construction and your given heights, I would think you both would be fine on the 10′ All-Arounds. The iRockers don’t pack down much smaller than one another but the smaller they are to maneuver off and on the boat the better. Depending on where you go, you can tie the SUPs by their nose D-ring and tow it like a tender too.

      The backpacks aren’t the best for traveling by plane because they don’t have wheels but if that became something you were doing regularly, you could easily purchase a Blackfin bag. If just want it all then the Blackfins X is also another great option for you both – they are just a bit heavier and bigger so not as easy to travel with!

      Finally, there are two compact SUPs on the market. The NIXY Huntington (compact) and Red Paddle Co compact. The NIXY bag is a bit bulky and the board a little squirrely to ride – given this is the first one ever, Id be waiting to see what happens next year. The Red Paddle Co is AMAZING but it comes with the price tag (worth it in my opinion). If you are really wanting to travel light and can afford it, that would be my reccomendation. Otherwise, go with the iRocker or Blackfin X!

      Hope this helps and let us know what you go with – may the wind be with you.

  11. Hi Sacky

    Thanks for great reviews, way to many boards to choose from and becoming very confused. I am in Country Vic with plenty of Lakes nearby and head to the coast for our summer holidays (up to 3-4 ft surf) and flat water, this will be my first board and looking for at a long term investment. My height is 179 and weight 84kg. I was looking at the irocker sport but I think you have sold me on the All-rounder but which one, as I seem to be right on the limit of the 10′ but the 11′ maybe a little slow in surf. The family will want to play as well with the young bloke about 6′, the others way under. Thanks for your time.

    • David,

      How much experience do you have stand up paddle boarding and surfing? If you have some experience, then you will be fine on the 10′ All-Around, and it will be a little faster in the surf. Yes, the 11′ is a little more stable, but even the 10′ has a weight capacity of around 165 KG. Plus, you save a little $$ with the 10′ board. You can see their latest pricing here, hope this helps!

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