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PADDLE FURTHER WITH A TOURING INFLATABLE SUP
Stepping up from an all-round board, to a sleeker, faster inflatable touring board such as our Sport and Voyager boards can open the door to completely new experiences and opportunities you may not have previously considered.
5 REASONS TO UPGRADE YOUR INFLATABLE SUP:Offering improved glide whilst remaining stable and versatile our purpose-built touring boards offer new levels of performance and adventures on the water…
1. PADDLE FASTER
The sleek outline shape of the touring range reduces nose volume to cut through the chop and deliver increased glide through the upper third of the board. The drawn-out shape at the back of the board improves water release and provides more stability and width throughout the rear two-thirds of the board resulting in a straighter rail outline and reduced drag. Perfect for developing advanced paddling techniques.
2. PADDLE FURTHER
Paddled on some of the most un-chartered and untouched waters on the planet, our Voyager and Sport boards are tailored from the observations of expert paddlers and professional adventurers. At 5.9 inches thick the boards high sides reduce wash over the deck whilst the rounded rail shape further improves stability by increasing waterline surface tension. Built to the industry’s most rigorous quality control tests and made using our reinforced high-definition MSL technology, these boards offer maximum performance and reliability.
“Fast and stable usually contradict but Red Paddle Co have combined both together with the 13’2″ Voyager+ board…”
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