BIC Sport ACE-TEC Stand-Up Paddleboard

March 10, 2014 - Comment

The BIC Sport ACE-TEC 9’6″ Standup paddle board incorporates BIC Sport’s proprietary ACE-TEC Epoxy/ASA Thermoformed construction technique, giving you the stiffness, weight, and glide characteristics of traditional Epoxy Standup construction with a 30%+ increase in ding resistance and durability due to the ASA outerskin. At 9’6″ x 28″ x 23# with 130L of floatation, the

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The BIC Sport ACE-TEC 9’6″ Standup paddle board incorporates BIC Sport’s proprietary ACE-TEC Epoxy/ASA Thermoformed construction technique, giving you the stiffness, weight, and glide characteristics of traditional Epoxy Standup construction with a 30%+ increase in ding resistance and durability due to the ASA outerskin. At 9’6″ x 28″ x 23# with 130L of floatation, the ACE-TEC 9’6″ is perfect for women and smaller paddlers. The traditional shape gives excellent stability for beginner paddlers, while the stiffness and light weight makes the Jungle perform great for intermediate and advanced paddlers. With an integrated carry handle and only weighing 23 pounds, the ACE-TEC 9’6″ is easy to transport. There is also an installed deck pad for comfort and traction while paddling. Additionally, the ACE-TEC 9’6″ comes with a built in leash plug. The 9’6″ can be paddled as a single fin or attach the included side-fins for a Tri-fin setup for wave riding. The ACE-TEC 9’6″ offers all the stiffness and weight benefits of traditional standup paddleboards with the added benefit of over 30% more durability at a very attractive and affordable price.

Product Features

  • A Premium Epoxy Performance SUP board without the Premium price
  • ACE-TEC = Proprietary BIC Sport Advanced Composite Engineered – Thermoformed Epoxy Construction
  • ACE-TEC construction for 30% more durability than traditional performance boards without sacrificing stiffness or weight
  • Built in carry handle for easy transport and integrated deck pad for comfort and traction
  • Complete with FCS Dolphin 10″ and optional FCS M5 Side-fins (included)
  • A Premium Epoxy Performance SUP board without the Premium price in 3 Sizes available to suit the needs of paddlers of all sizes and abilities
  • ACE-TEC = Proprietary BIC Sport Advanced Composite Engineered – Thermoformed Epoxy Construction for 30% more durability than traditional performance boards without sacrificing stiffness or weight
  • Built in carry handle for easy transport to and from the water and an integrated deck pad for comfort and traction
  • Complete with FCS Dolphin 10″ and optional FCS M5 Side-fins (included in 9’6 and 10’6 models)
  • Light weight makes it easy for most paddlers to get this paddleboard on and off your vehicle without additional help

Comments

Mikaele says:

A Tough, Stable Board I was looking for a hard board that was resistant to dings and rock damage for occasional use on the rivers. I have an inflatable that is good, but doesn’t have the glide that a hard board does. After shopping around I decided on the BIC Sport Ace-Tec. I picked up the 11’6″ board that is 32.5″ wide for stability. It is no heavier than my 11’6″ x 32″ Epoxy board. That is a great benefit! The glide is easy and fast ant it is extremely stable. Beginners will find this board easy to learn on and…

bookbucket says:

Good board with a seam they should remove This is a good entry level stable board I use to paddle the rivers and surf in the bays. It’s wide enough for good stability yet doesn’t weigh a ton like other larger stable boards. My only complaint is they leave a sharp seam around the side of the board which they could file down. I have a scar on the top of my foot from the seam scraping it.For $1000+ that you are paying for this board, they could at least get rid of the seam for you. Their support people say that you can…

djpriscob says:

bic acetec 11’6″ This is my first sup. I have shopped around to all the various types and models of sup’s. I selected this board because of its durability and lightweight. Other sup boards that were built up like a surfboard (epoxy fiberglass) were 5 to 10 lbs lighter, but were more fragile and prone to dings. The soft sup’s (foam covered boards) were on the heavy side and the foam was prone to cutting when the paddle hit the edges. Bic also makes a model called the duratec. This is a polyethylene shell, same…

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