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10'4 ACS

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10'4 ACS Reviews

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Board meets the needs of...

Board meets the needs of the beginner and beyond. Pros weight Cons full pad Usage leisure, lake

I have been paddle...

I have been paddle boarding for 4 years and love it. Great for balance and overall exercise. Last year I gave it a whirl in the ocean and it was actually easier to surf on then my surfboard. Pros I love the way that it cuts through the water. Glides with ease! Cons There nothing I don't like about it! Usage I use it for exercise and to just get out on the lake or ocean with friends.

I got this board for free...

I got this board for free in a shrewd business deal (a neighbor was getting rid of it and I was the first person to walk by) and had never paddle-boarded before. I gave the board 5 stars, though I will mention a few things I dislike, because I think it measures up to its intended purpose as a beginner board. It is very stable, whether I'm out in a bit of chop or its flat calm and the dog welcomes himself aboard. I even manage to stay upright when the dog decides to launch himself off into the Bay with no warning (I attribute this to the board and no skill on my part). The board has stood up to said dog's nails and is durable all around. Though the pad has some scratches from the mutt. The dislikes: the board doesn't track well and isn't very fast. It is light enough to carry down to the beach, but somehow is cumbersome on the way back after a long paddle. This can be overcome with a carrying strap. My feet don't stay dry, so cold weather paddling can be unpleasant without a pair of booties. Again, good beginner board, but now I know what to look for in my next board. Pros Very stable. Dog friendly. Cons Tracking is not great. Not very fast. Usage Exercise, just for fun, yoga, chasing the dog when he decides to chase the ducks out to sea.

My BIC 10'4 ACS SUP; has...

My BIC 10'4 ACS SUP; has been my 1st SUP purchase. The price(~$700)was a good price point for my budget which intrigued me to try SUP. The board is made from thermoformed polyethylene. It is a solid/sturdy board. Two smaller persons can paddle around on it just fine. It is light in weight (~33#'s); which is plus to load/unload from it's storage rack &/or on/off a vehicle by oneself. It is a stable board & handles small surf well. It has a padded/rubberized/cushioned area for your feet placement & a carry handle. Pros inexpensive; good start up SUP Cons -a bit low riding in the water; water tends to ride up a bit on the edges. -also; the stock rudder tends to snag on weeds in shallow waters. Usage exercise/touring

I have used the Bic ACS a...

I have used the Bic ACS a few times. I've rented it because I could not afford to by one. Love it! Want one! Pros Very Stable Cons A little heavy Usage exercise and Fun!

Nice board Pros Light...

Nice board Pros Light weight Cons None Usage Casual rec useage