The ULI Difference
Made in the USA. Kevlar Technology. Advanced Materials. Patented WikiRail
Our patented WikiRail was largely credited by athletes at the Payette River Games to be the winning advantage over the competitor’s boards. ULI boards were clearly faster in a straight line and more maneuverable in the turns. The patented WikiRail creates a hard edge that reduces drag (making our boards faster and more stable) and a creates a sharper edge from which to turn dramatically improving maneuverability. All in, an ULI with a WikiRail is the ultimate in performance.
The double-wall fabric is a three-dimensionally woven structure, the two basic fabrics interlinked with numerous spacer threads. Instead of using single linear polyester threads, this new German advanced technology, incorporates a woven, drop-down construction. The result is a much lighter, durable and stiffer platform.
This process enables an ULI to easily withstand 20 PSI while in turn increasing our durability and overall quality. Using finite element analysis our studies prove that an ULI board is up to 47% stiffer than our competitors.
We apply a wide kevlar strip to both the top and bottom of every ULI we make. Isn’t kevlar expensive? Yes, but at ULI we are in the relentless pursuit of improving performance and quality. KTP allows us to create a ‘stringer’ in an inflatable board that locks in the board’s overall shape and rocker. This means you’ll get the performance that we designed into your ULI out of your ULI from day one to every day after.