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Red Paddle Co 10’8″ Ride

Red Paddle Co 10’8″ Ride

 
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Red Paddle Co 10’8″ Ride

Paddle Board Make & Model

Brand:
Red Paddle Co.
Model:
10'8" Ride
MSRP ($):
1379

Red Paddle Co has a couple of different inflatable stand up paddle boards in their range, but it is the 10'8” Ride that will hold the most appeal to anglers. It is similar in design to their 10'6” and 9'8” models, but as it is 34” wide, the additional width along with the extra volume provides it with even better stability. In addition, the 10'8” Ride is 4.7” thick to ensure that it can also provide greater stiffness at lower pressure. According to Red Paddle Co, this board can easily accommodate a small passenger, but anglers will of course prefer to make use of that extra space to load additional gear.

Along with the 10'8” Ride you’ll also get a handy Red Paddle Co backpack to carry it around, a Titan pump for inflating the board and a repair kit in the unlikely event that you manage to damage the board. Not that it is very easy to damage this board as it is extremely durable and constructed using a monocoque structural laminate fusion composite and airtight coating. This process makes the board lighter, stiffer at lower pressures and eliminates the risk of hand gluing errors.

This board is quick and easy to inflate using the included pump, while out on the water, it is extremely stable. There is no need to worry about comfort either as the deck of the 10'8” Ride is very easy on the feet. Anglers will also appreciate how maneuverable this board is and, like the rest of their 2017 range, Red Paddle Co has added a special screw thread to the board, which makes it compatible with RAM Mounts products. Just behind it is the bungee deck-lacing system, which makes use of metal d-rings and is ideal for stowing away some of your gear.

The 10'8” Ride is a great inflatable stand up paddle board for fishing or for all-round use and the improvements made to the 2017 model definitely makes it worth a look.

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