NEW @ Paddle Sports Show 2022 – INDIANA , INDIANA 12’6 TOURING LTD INFLATABLE

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 INFLATABLE – INDIANA , INDIANA 12’6 TOURING LTD INFLATABLE

Why it should win:

It is unique, it is limited and transports a message to the world to be more aware of the environment. Furthermore it is an absolute high end board and probably the inflatable board that comes as close as possible to a hardboard.

Productinfo:

This year’s limited edition was designed by tattoo artist and adventure ambassador Pat Müller. The motifs show man’s connection to nature and embody its importance for our coexistence on the planet.

The pointed and flat 12’6 Limited Touring with a width of 28 ” is fast and sporty and enables advanced paddlers to take longer tours. The special materialization with woven pre-laminated double layer, double PVC belt plus fiberglass pressure belt gives the board extremely high performance. The fiberglass foot bases in the stand area provide a hardboard feeling. The tear-off edge at the tail ensure plenty of speed.

Length: 12’6 / 381 cm ● Width: 28” / 71.1 cm ● Thickness: 6” / 15 cm ● Volume: 309 L ● Weight: 11.5 kg ● Est. Rider Weight: 60-90 kg

Material: Woven Pre-Laminated Double Layer ● Pad: Crocodile Skin ● Includes: Wheelie Bag with PCS, Double Action Pump, Limited Carbon Race Fin. Repair Kit ●Shaper: Lionel Spengler ● Made in China.

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