Originally Posted by HighlandPete
The evidence seems to be building that the RFT is more prone to punctures, from the amount of users who have reported more punctures over a short period.
I'd suggest it is because the harder rubber structure is less likely to deflect objects and debris. Having worked with tooling to stamp rubber components, it is harder to penetrate softer, less supported rubber.
I've had 4/5 punctures on rfts... within a 2 year period....
and 1 puncture so far on my non rft....and thats within 1 month of having them!....