NEW @ Paddle Sports Show 2022 – BOTE, RACKHAM AERO INFLATABLE PADDLEBOARD WITH APEX PEDAL DRIVE

This serie of articles, called “NEW @ The Paddle Sports Show 2022” showcases the products that are competing for the « PADDLE SPORTS PRODUCTS OF THE YEAR AWARDS »

Entry for INNOVATION AWARD – BOTE, RACKHAM AERO INFLATABLE PADDLEBOARD WITH APEX PEDAL DRIVE

Introducing the reimagined Rackham Aero Classic Cypress, now compatible with the APEX Pedal Drive. This all-new combination evolves the Rackham Aero into the ultimate upset of the paddle sports world. Revolutionary adaptability so intuitive that it settles the battle between boards and kayaks. Everything you want out of a paddle board with everything you need out of a kayak, working in harmony to reshape the way you enjoy the water.

Dimensions: 12′4″ L × 38″ W × 7″ D

Capacity: 400 LBS

Avg. Weight: 45 LBS

Construction: Inflatable AeroULTRA Technology

Optimal Inflation: 10-15 PSI

Travel Bag Dimensions: 41″ L × 19″ W × 13″ D

Loaded Bag Weight: 79 LBS

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