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Who's it for? Families or groups of friends who want to share an adventure
This epic inflatable SUP was developed for hitting the water as a team. At 14'0" and 47" wide, this beast of a board can stand up to the toughest of challenges and conditions, with a wide deck and tail making it extremely stable. Of course it’s built to the same high standards as the rest of the Red Paddle Co range – so whether you’re a family with a keen sense of adventure, or a small group of fun-seeking friends who want to share some thrills and spills, you need look no further.
The board is packed full of features like any other Red Paddle Co board: it has 6 carry handles positioned around the edge of the board to make carrying it to the water a breeze; three valves and pumps make inflation take next to no time despite the large volume as you can share the load; it also comes with cargo tie downs so you can get some bungee cord and strap down that picnic or cool box to make it a real adventure; finally the indestructible fins means you don’t have to worry about kids jumping on the board or running it up the beach.
Our MSL fusion technology really comes into it’s own with this giant multi-person board that remains light and easy to transport in its own, specially designed bag, built to the same standards as our Red Original all train backpack.
LIGHTWEIGHT BUT STRONG
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 saves almost 2kg in weight whilst making the boards stiffer at lower pressures. With our third generation of MSL material now in use, our boards are more durable than ever, if you don’t believe us then check out this video of us driving a 22 tonne digger over it!
ADD YOUR ACCESSORIES
The 14’0″ Ride L comes fitted with a special fixing that is compatible with Railblaza and Ram Mounts products, enabling you to securely attach a mobile phone, action camera, your paddle when you’re taking a dip, or even a fishing rod.