2013 Bic Dura-Tec SUP Review

The SUPs in the DURA-TEC line are exceptionally rugged, tough and built to last. They’re constructed with a combination of a highly resistant polyethylene skin and a high density polyurethane foam core. These high quality designs have the versatility to be at home on both flat water and in small waves. It’s ideal school/beginner SUP. Check out the size differences…

9’4″ Dura-Tec SUP -¬†Built for light weight riders in waves and on flat water, the 9’4″ Dura-Tec SUP is highly versatile board and feels particularly comfortable in waves. Despite it’s relatively small size, its compact shape makes it stable and easy to ride. The 9’4″ Dura-Tec SUP is also an excellent choice to get kids and petite riders started with SUP.

10’4″ Dura-Tec SUP -¬†Constructed for beginner to intermediate riders up to 180lbs, the 10’4″ Dura-Tec SUP has incredible handling and evenly spread volume distribution making it easy to ride in flatwater. Superb directional stability gives it nice maneuverability in small waves. Adding the list of pluses, this board is extremely affordable with anultra-durable polyethylene outer shell (like a kayak but lighter weight) and a full polyurethane foam core (like a surfboard). They’re ideally suited to surf and SUP schools looking for strong, easy to use equipment that students can make rapid progress on. All Dura-Tech boards feature the FCS fin system, a premium diamond groove EVA deck pad and ergo-grip carry handle.

11’4″ Dura-Tec SUP – Designed for beginner to intermediate riders up to 220lbs the 11’4″ Dura Tec SUP is suitable for families looking to allow a variety of users the chance to try SUP. Its extremely versatile with evenly distributed substantial volume from nose to tail. On the water it has great directional stability while retaining excellent manoeuverability in small waves. Stable, dependable and extremely rugged, the 11’4″ Dura-Tec SUP is one of Bic’s most popular models.

 

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