| Submitted by: Curt Hynek on 2015-01-29
Summary: This board is great for beginner or people new to the sport. It is affordable and durable. It is not a race board or surfer, but is instead a board that is great for recreational use.
Pros: Love the deck cords and cup hiolder Very tough
Cons: Doesn't track very well and is a little heavy
Usage: Recreational use, day trips on rivers and lakeside
Submitted by: Cynthia on 2014-05-21
Summary: 10'33" sup.nonslip foot pads.5 carrying handle positions. Dry storage compartment with shock cord deck rigging. Recessed cooler area with strap.
Pros: Very easy to stand up first time and stable. Like the nonslip padding and all the features it has as mentioned above as well as cup holder. Great beginner board without spending a lot of money to ensure your going to love the sport.
Cons: Weighs 50 lbs and 10 ' length is a little hard for me to put on and off my trailblazer. But with more supping and getting my core stronger should be OK. I also don't like that its not the "cool" surf sup look I would like.
Submitted by: dmodifiedstock on 2014-05-20
Summary: For my first ever SUP I don't have a lot to compare it to. But, it was very easy to get up on and the initial stability of it was apparent. Secondary stability made me comfortable and confident that I could quickly get used to this new paddle sport. Having been a long time canoe and kayak lover, I am excited to begin this new sport and think my new BIC board will give me years of fun and great core exercise.
Pros: Very stable--both primary and secondary.
Cons: The only thing that I would like to see on this board is a bit more vivid color scheme.
Usage: Touring, exercise.