Travelling round the world with a surf SUP isn’t easy. First of all, they’re huge and they don’t mix well with airports or airplanes. And there’s always the risk your board will get dinged in transit. Annoying.
The solution is this, the 8’10” The Whip, a surf SUP you can throw in a bag and take all over the world as if it were just any other backpack. Like every Red Paddle Co board, it’s extremely durable and has been tested to destruction (actually, even after we drove over one of our boards in a tractor, it still worked just fine), making it the perfect travel surf SUP. It’s got a narrow tail, a removable, adjustable fin and Red Paddle Co’s patented RSS batten system, which makes it super-stiff for maximum manoeuvrability.
MSL fusion composite and airtight coating 2019, 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.
2 year WARRANTY !
29" / 740mm
3.93" / 100mm
up to 90kgs/200lbs
WHAT’S IN THE BOX?
The Eight Ten Whip comes complete with an awesome backpack, a repair kit and the Titan Co pump, which makes inflation to 15-20psi really easy, leaving you more time to paddle.
Package Includes -
2019 Red Paddle Co Backpack with improved foil liner.
1 removable rear FCS fin and finbox
Free water resistant phone case
3 piece Alloy Red Paddle co paddle....or choose upgrade
FREE DELIVERY (Excl Scottish Highlands & Europe)
Your choice of paddle is either determined by your budget or how you experience paddling - Alloy is heaviest , Glass fibre is in the middle and Carbon is lightest.
All paddles do the same thing , its just down to preference and enjoyment.
The Carbon glass 50, Carbon/Nylon and Carbon 100 - 2019 Red Paddle co Paddles feature the Lever lock guide adjustment - making adjustment on the fly with one hand easier with minimum fuss maximum flexibility.
For smaller adults choose the Carbon / nylon and put 'Midi paddle' in the notes section