Bic 10'6 ACE-TEC Performer Wahine SUP Board 2015
The 10’6’’ ACE-TEC SUP is designed as an all-round performer for riders up to 180lbs/80kg and as a performance surf SUP for riders up to 220lbs/100kg.
It features even volume distribution, confidence-inspiring width and a refined ocker profile for surf performance as well as flatwater glide. This is a highly versatile SUP suitable for a wide range of conditions. New ERGO-GRIP carry handle = Easier Transport + Less Fatigue!
Weight: 26 lbs
Volume: 185 L
Fin Set-UP: Thruster
Fin Supplied: Dolphin 10" + FCS M5
Shaper: Peter Hosking
As our exclusive flagship technology ACE-TEC delivers the highly sought after blend of durability AND lightweight performance. The ACE-TEC Performer series builds off this foundation with three shapes designed for user-friendly stability, versatility and of course, performance. Superior flatwater glide combined with serious wave performance is what sets the Performer series apart. Featuring a premium diamond groove deck pad, high-gloss, two-tone finish and thruster fin set-up, the Performer 10’6 and 11’6 are perfect as a one board quiver; quite possibly the only board you’ll ever need.
We will included a ML sized blade paddle if you select one of the above board and paddle packages. If you would like a Sml blade paddle please let us know.
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ACE-TEC is a light composite that gives the board excellent stiffness and the best of glide on the water, at an affordable price. This technology which is exclusive to BIC Sport allows for the original shape to be reproduced faithfully on all production boards. ACE-TEC provides a huge advantage over polyester and epoxy sandwich: it is its excellent resistance to shocks, provided by its fine coating skin made out of polymer materials that protect it. A shock against a rock will leave just the slightest of marks on the skin of an ACE-TEC SUP board, whereas it would certainly leave a hole in a polyester or epoxy sandwich board.