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It has all the same qualities as the Ride 10’6”, but it’s two inches wider at 34”/863mm and has an extra 56 litres of volume, creating a more stable ride. It’s also 4.7”/120mm thick, which means you get greater stiffness at lower pressure. In fact, it’s more than 40 per cent stiffer than a standard 4”/100mm board at the same pressure. Another benefit of the 10’8” is that you can take a small passenger on the board more easily, too, which is why family paddlers often prefer it to the smaller Ride options.
MSL fusion composite and airtight coating, MSL involves fusing a second layer of hard-wearing polymer to the dropstitch core at the raw material stage, removing hand gluing errors. The high-tech industrial process also saves almost 2kg in weight and makes the boards stiffer at lower pressures.
A special screw thread on the board is compatible with RAM MOUNTS products, the world leading accessory bracket manufacturer. Enabling you to securely attach a range of accessories, from GPS devices and cameras to fishing rods and cup holders.
All boards come as standard in Red Paddle Co's innovative MSL Fusion technology.
Length 10'8" Width 34"/863mm Thickness 4.7"/120mm Volume 296 litres Rider Weight up to 120kgs/265lbs
- 10'6'' Ride SUP
- Red Paddle Co Backpack
- Titan Pump
THE FUTURE IS FUSION
The most innovative inflatable SUPs in the world – Red Paddle Co’s high-performance inflatable SUPs are full of innovation – their mantra is to design and manufacture high-quality boards with zero compromise. Their MSL fusion technology, which stands for Monocoque Structural Laminate reduces hand-gluing errors and the amount of glue they use, which saves 2kg in weight. It also delivers greater stiffness at lower pressures – Red Paddle Co recommend inflating the boards to 18-20psi for ultimate performance. Adding MSL to TecAir manufacturing process that makes their boards stiffer, more durable, and better-performing.
LESS PUMPING, MORE PADDLING
The Dual Cylinder system of the Titan pump combined with the Hi Flo handle means you are in complete control of the time and energy required to inflate your board. It puts the volume into your board faster and reduces the effort required to reach a higher pressure. A revolution in pumping technology!
THE BEST DESIGN. FOR THE BEST PERFORMANCE
Tec Air is not a product, it’s a process. Red Paddle Co looked at how they built boards, and by focusing in on the key areas of the production process, they have been able to refine each process to make the very best boards. All Red Paddle Co boards are built using Tec Air specification to ensure the best possible build quality. The strength comes from the inside.
The 10’6″ Ride is 120mm thick. This thickness is exclusive to Red Paddle Co and is the perfect combination of stiffness and control for all round shapes. Combined with their inflatable specific nose and tail designs they have been able to produce the stiffest boards for this size. 120mm allows the rider to keep a low centre of gravity while achieving exceptional stiffness.
Red Paddle Co have tested every system currently available and even developed fin systems of their own to find the best solution. Nothing comes close to their tried and tested iFin system on their allround boards. No tools, replacements or spares are needed for the iFin system
GET CARRIED AWAY. EFFORTLESSLY
The all new bag has the most significant developments yet seen with inflatable board bags. It has integrated wheels that make travelling through airports a pleasure. The hidden back pack system can be stowed when not in use and is super comfy when you need to put the board on your back. The front loading system makes packing and unpacking super simple. The internal straps make sure the board stays put while in transit. This bag truly is the ultimate solution for travel and storage.
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