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Bic Core Windsurf Board 160 Dagger

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Specs

Material: thermoformed composite
Straps: 4
Fin Box:
  • Deep Tuttle Box
  • 43 cm
Dagger System:
  • No
Sail Range: 2.5-9.0
Recommended Use:
  • Entry Level
  • Flat Water
  • All Around
  • Freeride
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Bic Core Windsurf Board 160 Dagger

This Bic Core series is aimed at windsurfers looking for good value at a good price. They come with a fun guarantee, backed up by years of windsurf experience. These boards have proven their worth in all sorts of conditions and their versatility has been well noted in all the magazine tests. Made from Thermoformed Glass Composite, they've got great stiffness and even better resistance to knocks. The fittings have likewise been selected for their excellent value for money.

Great fun, very fast up to planing and strong in light winds, the Core 160 is the perfect board for all sizes and levels of windsurfer looking to progress to a more sporty riding style.

Key Features of the Bic Core 160 Windsurfing Board:
  • Footstraps: Ergoform x 4 positions: 2 + 1 centre rear on 3 position inserts
  • Footpads: 4 piece, 4 mm thickness
  • Length 255 cm
  • Width 82 cm
  • Vol. 160 litres
  • Weight 10.9 kg
  • Construction TS
  • Fin 46
  • Finbox Deep Tuttle
  • Ideal sail sqm 7.5 - 10.5

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A shopper asked: Hi Whats the difference between the Bic Techno and Bic Core boards? Thanks. Feb 14, 2014
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Jeff R: Hi,
I own a Bic Core and a Bic Techno II- they are similar, but the Core seems more like an all-arounder and a beginner (but not one to learn on, per say...) board, whereas the Techno series are closer to an Intermediate level board. But both are very stable and tough (damage resistant) boards.
Feb 14, 2014
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