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Red River Paddle Welcomes
Black Project

We are proud to introduce a new line of SUP Paddles by Black Project.  Black Project shares the same passion and ethos as Red River Paddle, so we feel this is going to be a great addition to our product line up. Founded in 2010, they set out to design a better fin for windsurfing and SUP.  Since then, their brand have grown steadily thanks to exceptional designs. In 2014 they expanded further into the SUP market with the addition of a premium carbon paddle range. Quite simply Black Project sets out to make the highest quality and highest performing products available on the market and so far we believe that they have been successful in that mission.  For 2016...

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Red Paddle Co 2016 Lineup - First Thoughts

  This post is for 2016 Red Paddle Co.Many of these features/technologies are still used in today's boards. But go here to check out 2017 Red Paddle Co in depth review. What's New? MSL Fusion All 2016 Red Paddle boards will get a groundbreaking new tech: MSL.  MSL stands for Monocoque Structural Laminate and is an improved manufacturing process that fuses the second layer of hard-wearing polymer to the drop-stitch core. You can see the breakdown on the image to right. What are the benefits? Because this process reduces manual hand-gluing, there are less errors/defects and less glue, which saves about 2kg (up to five pounds) in weight compared to previous models! This makes Red Paddle boards lighter, stronger, cleaner cosmetically, and easier to roll up....

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Red Paddle’s 2015 Line Up

The 2015 line has been redesigned, culminating in a great looking and striking look. Color options have been streamlined, with emphasis on categorizing boards by usage. For 2015, Red Paddle Co has 12 models for surfing, touring and racing, ranging in size from 9’2 to 14’0. This includes the introduction of 3 new models – with some highlights below.   Red Paddle Co has revamped the best-selling Ride to three versions perfect for all-around use – the Ride 9-8, the Ride 10-6 and the Ride 10-8. Each of the three models features d-rings, bungee deck lacing and three fixed fins.   The new Ride 9-8 combines the best features of the 9-6 AllWater and the Surfer/Venus 10-0 to create a...

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