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  • 9' 10" Length
  • 32.5" Width
  • 38 Weight (lbs)
  • MSRP

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DURA-TEC 9'10 Description

The 9’10 is a shorter, wider board with plenty of flotation and usable deck area for family fun, especially exploring lakes and other flat, still water. A hybrid vee-shaped bow improves both glide and tracking despite the boards shorter length. The added stability and flat deck make the 9’10 a great board for fitness and yoga. A reassuringly solid multi-purpose board. Suitable for a wide range of users for both flat water fun and small wave surfing, DURA-TEC boards are perfect for rental programs, schools, families and anyone looking for maximum durability and value with true boardsport performance.

DURA-TEC 9'10 Reviews


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DURA-TEC 9'10 Specifications

  • Seating Configuration: Solo
  • Weight: 38 lbs
  • Length: 9' 10"
  • Nose Width: 21"
  • Center Width: 32.5"
  • Tail Width: 21.8"
  • Volume: 185 liters
  • Max Capacity: 200 lbs
  • Board Thickness: 4.625"
  • Primary Material: Polyethylene Plastic
  • Material Description:

    With an outer polyethylene shell like a kayak and a high-density foam core like those found in traditional surfboards, DURA-TEC delivers a high level of durability with the authentic boardsport feel and performance of higher priced, and much more fragile, epoxy boards.

DURA-TEC 9'10 Features

  • Structure: Rigid / Hard Shell
  • Hull Shape: Planing
  • # of Fin Boxes: 1

Additional Attributes

  • Extremely Rugged Construction
  • Embossed EVA deck pad for ultimate comfort and excellent grip
  • Attachment Points for securing gear

Recommended Usage

  • Activity Type: Recreation, All-Around
  • Water Type: Flat/Sheltered Water, Surf
  • Duration: Day Trip
  • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult, Larger Adult

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DURA-TEC 9'10 Reviews

Read reviews for the DURA-TEC 9'10 by BIC Sport as submitted by your fellow paddlers. All of the reviews are created and written by paddlers like you, so be sure to submit your own review and be part of the community!

this is my first board and...

this is my first board and it is solid. it tracked very well on slow moving river up and then back against current, was able to keep up with friends who had kayaks, balancing was easy, never hit the water. turning was easy quicker than I thought it would be. took about five minutes to get use to it, looking forward to using it all summer. Pros solid, tracks well, fit in jeep wrangler with back window open, Cons did not come with board bungee to tie down anything I would have brought Usage recreation, cruising around , and planning on doing mild surf

Great first board for...

Great first board for multiple users in family. Mainly use on lake where we keep a boat docked so it is a good activity when someone wants to fish, explore, or get some exercise. Good board for the all-around needs at a good price. Pros Extra tough so no worries when someone wants to try it out. Cons Not that experienced but I am sure a longer board would be nice for some real distance touring. Usage Recreation

My first SUP. Durable and...

My first SUP. Durable and strong built - no cracks and fractures. After adapting to balance you enjoy surfing and paddling on it. Touring is fun and comfort. Surfing small waves is great! i used it on sea. I recomend for beginners - all purpose SUP. Pros Tough built - light. Good stability. Good as first SUP. Alraound for all purpose. Cons No special cons. Usage touring, surfing, just for fun-exercising.

We have a season...

We have a season membership to a paddling club in our area. My wife uses this one to take herself and one of our daughters out when we paddle as a family. Overall, she likes this board. It is stable and easy to paddle. As the name implies it is durable and of high quality. However, she has quickly out grown it. The board is heavy, and while easy enough to paddle when solo, it becomes difficult to maneuver with a small child on board. She also has trouble keeping up with me and our other 2 kids in a tandem kayak (I'm the only paddler). Pros - Good Quality - Stable - Excellent for beginners Cons - Heavy - You might become dissatisfied with it after a short time Usage We primarily use this for recreational kayaking on a slow moving river (the Potomac, Near Washington, DC). She occasionally uses it for SUP Yoga.