Bic 11'6 ACE-TEC Original SUP Board 2015
The 11’6’’ ACE-TEC SUP is an ideal all-around SUP for novice riders up to 260lbs/120kg and will perform in the surf zone for more advanced paddlers up to 300lbs.
Its substantial volume and width offer excellent lateral stability without compromising performance. Volume is evenly spread throughout the board and its finely balanced rocker and longboard-style outline make it easy to handle in flatwater conditions without reducing agility in the surf zone. The 11’6’’ is also a great choice for families looking to bring along the kids or pets. New ERGO-GRIP carry handle = Easier Transport + Less Fatigue!
Length: 11'6" / 350 cm
Weight: 30 Lbs / 13.5 Kg
Width: 32.5" / 82 cm
Volume: 215 L
Fin Set-UP: Thruster
Fin Supplied: Dolphin 10"
Shaper: Peter Hosking
ACE-TEC Originals are, as the name suggests, the original ACE-TEC graphics and shapes with the vintage look, surf-inspired longboard outlines, confidence-inspiring stability, moderate rocker for versatility and rugged ACE-TEC construction. A new softer family and fitness-friendly deck pad is ideal for recreational use. All the benefits of ACE-TEC at a terrific value.
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.