Red Air Explorer
What’s around the next bend of the river?
The Red Paddle Co Explorer is an amazing destination paddle board. Designed to be paddled by those who want to know what is around the next bend in the river.No need to leave cars at each end of your trip, just jump on a train, bus or taxi to get home.The new carry bag is so comfortable you could even walk home.
Multiple cargo tie-down sections allow for a large quantity of gear to be carried on the nose and tail.The Explorer is also an amazing platform for fishing with loads of space on the deck to stash the catch of the day.
The 150mm thickness makes for high buoyancy and superb stiffness.
What’s in the box? The Explorer comes complete with the best backpack in the business, a repair kit, waterproof phone case and the Red Paddle Co Ezee pump leaving you more time to paddle.
The best design. For the best performance.
Tec Air is not a product, it’s a process. We looked at how we built boards, and by focusing in on the key areas of the production process, we have been able to refine each process to make the very best boards. All Red Paddle Co boards are built using our Tec Air specification to ensure the best possible build quality. Our strength comes from the inside.
Carry More. Carry Further.
All Red Paddle Co boards have cargo attachments in the right place for efficient carrying of bags and gear. The Explorer is no exception. The cargo attachments on the nose and the tail are in the exact position to allow the board to be loaded with a lot of gear without effecting the trim of the board.
Explorer is 150mm thick. This thickness is perfect for non surfing shapes. It gives great stiffness and means the Explorer board has enough volume to carry a lot of equipment.
Tune-ability. Your Choice.
The Explorer utilises a low profile US box fin system. This allows you to put in your favourite flat water fin. The board is supplied with a fin designed to work for all round paddling. It also has a nose runner fin to aid tracking in side winds as well as 2 rear fin runners to remove “tail drift” when the board is loaded with gear