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  • With a full rounded outline and 182 liters of volume, this board offers great stability for beginners
  • Low rocker design provides quick acceleration and maintains glide; flat-to-double concave bottom contours allow the board to maneuver easily on waves
  • Lightweight construction uses woven fiberglass and epoxy resin hand-laid over an EPS foam core
  • Integrated deck padding provides traction and reduces foot fatigue
  • Well-balanced single fin offers straight tracking and encourages single-side stokes
  • Eyelet attachment points on the nose create a forward storage zone
  • Comfortable cavity handle for easy transportation to and from the water

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Specs

Best Use Paddleboarding
Material(s) Epoxy/fiberglass/EPS foam
Core Material EPS Foam
Length 10 ft. 6 in.
Nose 21.6 inches
Mid 32 inches
Tail 18.3 inches
Thickness 4.75 inches
Fin Length 10 inches
Fin Box Center
Volume 182 liters
Weight Capacity (lbs) 198 pounds
Hull Type Planing
Weight 23 lbs. 4.8 oz.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Decent board for price This is a good value and a nice light board. It's a manageable size but definitely more stable for smaller and lighter people. My husband is 177 lbs and it's a little less stable for him; he has to work to balance more. It's a higher front end and has more boat shaped hull so it's rounded more in the belly and on top so it's more of a rocky ride in this sense of tipping more easily side to side instead of flat. For me, this was an easy to ride board but I've been doing Sup much longer on a pau Hana moon mist.
Date published: 2017-05-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love this board! I'm 5" tall and not quite 100 pounds. I needed a board that was light weight so I could manage it by myself, including getting it on and off the car. This board is super light! It's also very stable, but maneuverable and glides so nicely. I've used it in rough waters, and on glass. Handles both just fine. I've rented boards and borrowed from friends, and this has been my favorite ride. I bought a second board so my daughter could paddle with me, and regret not buying another one of these.
Date published: 2017-06-04
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It states that the weight capacity is 198lbs. I am a 6"0 foot tall man who fluctuates in weight between 180-205. Would it be pushing it if a person who weight 200-220 rides it?

Asked by: Total Fitness Mark
I am 195-200 lb, and I feel that I am at the upper edge of the weight limit.  It is a fine boat - fast, but a little unstable side-to-side at my weight, and I have several years of experience on an SUP, and have my "sea legs" on them.  I would say 220 would be a little beyond the limit.
Answered by: Who knows
Date published: 2016-06-06

Does this board have an area to hook my lock key into it to secure it on rack so no theft can occur?

Asked by: JenRDH
The All Rounder Stand Up Paddle Board does not have an area that will accommodate a cable lock.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-06-27

If your a beginner, is a 11' board better

Asked by: Cyndi
​Both the 10'6" and the 11 foot boards are good lengths for a beginner. The 10'6" board will be easy to turn. The 11 foot board will be slightly faster and more stable.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-11

The back end is carry a lot of weight, which I notice when I carry the board. It is no longer weighted properly. It is also now, much heavier than my Bic board. I keep thinking water got into it somehow. Any ideas?

Asked by: xjbabe
​If you feel your board has been damaged, we suggest taking your board into your local surf shop or somewhere you can have the board inspected and possibly repaired.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-08-15

Just bought this board but i don't see tie-down in the accessories section online?  Where would i get one?

Asked by: mbmessex
Additional information is needed to answer your question. Please contact us at 1-800-426-4840.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-02

I purchased this paddle board a month ago and I am inquiring as to where/how do I purchase the additional fins for surfing and the elastic straps for the front of the board?

Asked by: KnightCap
We do have a small selection of SUP fins: https://www.rei.com/c/paddleboard-accessories Additionally, shock cord for the front of the board can be found here: https://www.rei.com/c/shockcord
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-20
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