RYD TRUE TRACTION
The TRUE range delivers a great all-round pad and has our
highest tail kick at 27mm. The arch bar weighs in at 4mm
wide and 5mm high giving this superstar immediate broad
appeal. Add to it the colour block design with highlight trim
and you’re looking at the most popular all-round pad in our
range. Choose from Square Cut or Diamond Dot groove.
• 3 Piece
• 5mm thick
• Width 310mm x Height 330mm
• Tail Kick: Length 55mm x Height 27mm
• Arch bar: Height 7mm x Width 60mm x Length 150mm
SQUARE CUT GROOVE - Thickness, 5mm
Our most durable traction pattern has been
designed to last under the most rigorous use.
For the heavy-footed surfer that is looking for
unfaltering traction but also likes the comfort
of a soft cushion-like pad - this design is a
luxurious workhorse that will last as long as
We know that from time-to-time surfing can get a little cynical and competitive, and we’re not talking contests, we think those are cool! It’s more the hustling in the line-up for the best waves, claiming how good the waves were yesterday (or just before you arrived), how someone did a better turn or caught more waves than you. And don’t even get us started on rambling on about the good old days!
Rather, you’ll hear us say things like, ‘may the waves be good where you are.’ It’s the core philosophy of all things RYD. We’re about sharing the stoke that surfing brings, whether you’re a newbie or a pro.
We’ve realised that inspiring others to have fun in and around ocean is the thing that gets us out of bed in the morning. And our message is centred on sharing that sentiment from the beginner to the professional on the world tour.
And we’ve got some amazing surfers that call RYD home. From WSL Championship Tour Surfer, Caio Ibelli and World Longboard Champion, Stevie Sawyer — to the local groms, the ladysliders and the up-and-coming chargers. All united, our tribe starts to feel exactly how we like it — a complete family.
We were born in Cape Town in 2014, but our good vibes have spread all over the world with roots now in Australia, the USA, New Zealand and Europe.