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  • High air pressure and drop-stitch construction create a rigid hull without the use of frame parts; performance is suited to whitewater, flatwater and surf
  • PVC-coated, high-denier polyester stands up to heavy use
  • 10 ft. 6 in. length maneuvers well in waves and tracks well on flatwater; 35 in. width offers stability that's extremely friendly to beginners
  • MCIT stands for Multi Chamber Inflatable Technology, and it means that the designers can incorporate special features to enhance performance in roily, unpredictable currents
  • A unique feature in the world of inflatable SUPs, tapered rails enhance stability and make the board more maneuverable
  • Deck sits below the rail height to make the MCIT stand up paddleboard very stable in unpredictable currents
  • Stiffening system increases side-to-side response, and tough cone in the bow increases impact resistance
  • Deck pad reduces foot fatigue and provides a soft surface when kneeling on board
  • Center fin with 2 side-bite fins promotes stability; 7 in. center fin is removable if you want to paddle in shallow water
  • Forward deck bungee straps secure day-tripping accessories
  • Complete package includes a rolling travel backpack, Bravo 4 pump for quick inflation, in-line pressure gauge, detachable center fin and a color matched rubber patch kit


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Best Use Paddleboarding
Material(s) PVC-coated polyester
Core Material Inflatable
Length 10 ft. 6 in.
Nose 20.25 inches
Mid 35 inches
Tail 23.25 inches
Thickness (Deck) 4 / (rails) 5.5 inches
Fin Length 7 inches
Fin Box 1 + 2 side
Volume Not applicable
Weight Capacity (lbs) 250 pounds
Hull Type Planing
Foldable Yes
Packed Dimensions Unavailable
Weight 30 pounds
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My first review ever Been a kayaker for years. 57 years old, female. Bought Memorial Weekend. First time in clear lake, then Lake Tahoe, Russian River twice and two local lakes. Absolutely love it.. No lifting on to racks. I keep in back of my SUV. Stable,versatile. Weighs about 50 lbs. but soo much fun. Worth it. Did upgrade pump to a K2 pump. My husband keeps eyeing it for Steelehead fishing. Hmmmmm
Date published: 2014-06-23
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Has anyone taken this MCIT 10'6' Badfish inflatable paddle board on an airplane with either the black boardworks rolling bag or the tan cloth backpack that it comes with? Thank you!

Asked by: Cassidy
This board will not work for a carry-on, however, the included bag can be used for checked luggage on most airlines.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-21
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