Source 10'6"

10' 6"
Width (in)
Weight (lb)

Source 10'6" Description

The Source line is the result of Amundson's quest to make a board for everyone on the beach, so they can succeed on their first day on the water, and then come back for more. The deck pad goes all the way to the nose, so you can take your kids or dogs along for a ride. There are multiple deck inserts for attaching tackle boxes and coolers, so you can do a little fishing. But most importantly, these boards simply paddle like a dream. You would never think they are so big, as they accelerate quickly and glide nicely. They can even handle mellow surf. So if you are looking for the most stable boards on the water, then the Source is your answer.

Source 10'6" Specs and Features

  • Structure: Rigid / Hard Shell
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult
  • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
  • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate

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Good evening, I purchased…

Submitted by: paddler543840 on 2/7/2020

Good evening, I purchased the Source 10'6" from a local dealer aprox. two weeks ago. I've owned multiple racing and cruising Paddle boards (Bark, Riviera, m&m, hobie) as well as multiple hydrofoil kite boards over the years (Alpine, Camet, North). I love the shape of the board and it looks great too. However, there are multiple issues that I've had with the board. The texture of the board is so course that touching it with clean hands leaves a hand print. If the board touches anything other than water, it marks the board. I've spent an hour cleaning the board after my last two paddles. I've tried dishwashing liquid, liquid green, and various other mild cleaning products but the only thing I have found that works is 2500 grit wet or dry sand paper. It takes alot of work and I've found the process very disappointing. I can only assume this is because of the "Rhino lite" technology which leaves a very pitted and non shiny surface. The second issue I have is that i notice the board has a small ripple on both sides of the fin box. I believe this may be due to the extreme tightness of the fin in the box. Two hands are needed to get the fin into place, It's very very tough. I removed the fin tonight and noticed that one of the lumps went down after i removed it, I'm hoping the other one goes down after sitting over night.