11ft Rackham Aero
1x Rackham Aero 11ft Inflatable Paddle Board
1x 3-Piece Adjustable SUP Paddle
1x 10in Removable Aero Center Fin
1x Pair of Slide-In Aero Rac Receivers
1x Removable Aero Paddle Sheath
1x Removable Aero Sandspear Sheath
1x 10in Coiled Leash
1x Aero Repair Kit
1x Hand Pump
1x Rolling Travel Bag
Accessory styles may differ slightly from shown.
The Rackham Aero 11ft is the lighter, smaller, more packable, versatile version of our Rackham platform that can still do everything it's bigger brothers can. Load it up for fishing, take it out on an expedition, or just have a good time out on the water. Its extreme stability and unmatched versatility make the Rackham Aero 11ft Classic is perfect for someone who wants a more compact version of our more traditional Rackham products.
Dimensions: 11ft (336cm) L × 36in (92cm) W × 7in (18cm) D
Capacity: 300 lbs (136 kg)
Avg. Weight: 36 lbs (17 kg)
Construction: Inflatable AeroULTRA Technology
Optimal Inflation: 10-15 psi
Travel Bag Dimensions: 44in (112cm) L × 20in (51cm) W × 17in (44cm) D
Loaded Bag Weight: 49 lbs (22 kg)
If rider weight is within 50 lbs (23kg) of a board's listed capacity, BOTE recommends upgrading to a larger capacity board.
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The accessory integration system that allow the paddler to “deck out” their board with custom Racs.
Designed to make transporting your BOTE and your gear easy and simple by rolling instead of carrying.
WHAT SIZE PADDLEBOARD DO I NEED?
When you’re looking at what size paddle board you need there are a few things to take into consideration.
How important is SUP length?
The length of the SUP will vary person to person. If you are shorter you can go for a shorter length SUP, if you are taller, you would go for a longer length SUP.
How important is SUP width?
SUP width is very important and can make your life easier or harder depending on your level. If you’re a beginner then you will want a wider board, something over 33in wide. If you are intermediate you can go for something at 32in wide. Then you get into SUP race territory where the boards are much narrower as they are built for speed.
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