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  • EPS core is sandwiched between layers of fiberglass and epoxy to create a strong and stable platform
  • Integrated EVA deck pad provides exceptional grip and reduces foot fatigue
  • Stern drain-plug has an integrated loop to attach a leash (leash not included)
  • Hull is vented to relieve internal pressure buildup caused by the sun's heat, keeping the board's integrity intact
  • Single 9 in. fin promotes straight tracking through the water
  • Nose tie-downs for bungee attachment
  • Offset handle for easy carry by smaller paddlers


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Best Use Paddleboarding
Material(s) Epoxy/fiberglass
Core Material EPS Foam
Length 10 ft. 6 in.
Nose 22 inches
Mid 32 inches
Tail 20.75 inches
Thickness 4.25 inches
Fin Length 9 inches
Fin Box Center
Volume 183 liters
Weight Capacity (lbs) 200 pounds
Hull Type Planing
Weight 24 pounds
Rated 5 out of 5 by from awesome board I bought this board 2 months ago and have used it in very choppy water and didn't fall off. If you knew me, you'd understand what a miracle that is. Also have used in calm water too, works great in either scenario. I bought the citrus color, absolutely love it. The weight was no problem to carry for me, I'm 5'7 and weigh about 160 lbs for reference. My kids have used it too (12 yrs and 10 yrs old) and they really enjoyed it, and no falling off there either. One last thing, the surface is nicely padded so kneeling wasn't uncomfortable on my knees. Very happy with my purchase, beautifully designed, light weight and very stable.
Date published: 2016-07-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My water adventure muse! Love, love this board! Spent a year researching everything on the market before purchasing my first sup board, and could not be happier about going with the Boardworks muse. The staff at REI were extremely helpful! Took it out on the lake as soon as I got home for over an hour and it was amazing. Works perfect with really choppy and calm water. As a first time SUP owner I highly recommend this board. It's as fun and functional as it is beautiful. Plus how can you not love the muse message and design on it.
Date published: 2015-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Let the Muse Guide You I bought the Muse sight-unseen at the end of summer. I'd never even been on a SUP before, but that didn't stop me from ordering this gorgeous board. The 10.5' size and low weight make this easier to carry than some of the beasts that are bigger. The Muse is easy to maneuver, quite stable for a board this size (we also bought a bigger BIC board that's more stable, but impossible to manage solo), and the overall balance of the board is good. The foot mat helps with fatigue, but I've had just as much fun sitting and kneeling on this board too. It makes me happy to look down and see such a beautiful piece of art plying the water. Any day it's lashed to my car for a water excursion is a good day indeed. I'm definitely a satisfied customer!
Date published: 2015-10-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this board! So in love with my board! It is light weight and relatively easy to carry, however I did purchase a carrying strap (goes over your shoulder like a purse) for when I have to walk longer distances with it. The deck pad is both comfortable and grippy. As another reviewer mentioned, it's a bit of a bummer that the bungee attachment only goes straight across (would prefer more of a zig-zag/X for better security) and that it doesn't even come with the bungee string. I'm only 5'3 and find that it's relatively easy to maneuver (SO glad I didn't get anything longer), however it is VERY slippery when wet, so I'm looking to find some kind of grippy material to put along the rails to help me better load it back on my car after use.
Date published: 2016-08-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Board I love this board! It's pretty (obviously!), and is pretty easy to carry. I've only taken her out on the river (calmer portion of the river) and it's been great so far. I can't wait to take her out to saltwater! I feel very stable on this board and have even tried some yoga poses to test out the stability. So far so good :)
Date published: 2015-09-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Beautiful, but still heavy for me Only 24 pounds, much lighter than other paddleboards, but still too heavy for me, as i am used to surfboards. Would recommend buying a cart to wheel it. Finished is 9 inches, longer than I am used to, but perhaps that is what you need on a paddle board. Bought the teal color and it is SO beautiful. Rode incredibly smooth on the bay. Built in grip pads are very comfortable, my 2 year old daughter loved learning to surf on it as oposed to my surfboard's wax that had accidently rough sand melted in. Wish there was one or 2 more rigging hooks for trianglar formulation storage, instead of just 2 hooks where your strings just go straight across. Also wished it came with a small string to tie your velcro leash to. Not big things, I just bought small bungee cord for $3 and used string I found to fix my problem. But figured if I paid that much for a board, they can afford me some string and bungee cord!
Date published: 2016-07-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful but functional too!~ This is my first paddle board. I am 5'4" and I can handle this board from loading it to carrying it to the water. It is very stable in the water and the graphics are beautiful and inspiring! I am very happy I purchased this board.
Date published: 2016-07-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Pretty but fragile I've had a bit of a saga with this board. It was backordered for weeks then arrived damaged. REI sent it back and I had to wait another week for new non-damaged board to arrive. It's beautiful and relatively light for it's size but still somewhat difficult for a 5'2" 115 lb woman to manage without help. I ended up dinging it just trying to get it back into my house after it's maiden voyage : ( In hindsight I probably should've gone for something more durable and less expensive but I'm still excited to finally have my own SUP board!
Date published: 2015-09-22
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What is the difference between the Boardwalk Muse and other SUPs?  Is there something special that makes it for women?

Asked by: meowwoman
The Muse Stand Up Paddleboard is very similar to other 10'6" planning boards. The color of the board classifies it as women's board.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-29

I have an inflatable SUP that I can't stand; it's too unstable for me. Will this solve the problem? I'm 5'4" and 170lbs. I've used other people's boards before, and have been quite happy, but sadly I have no idea what I was on, nor their size. 

Asked by: bayvu15
​This board is very stable, so you will typically find it is easier to balance and use than some inflatable boards.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-26

does this come with a paddle and a bungee?

Asked by: JDel
​A paddle and bungee are not included.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-16

Do you have this in an inflatable version or for petite women like me 5'2" 106# wanting a board for SUP yoga?

Asked by: Temple of nature
We do not have the Muse Stand Up Paddleboard in an inflatable version. The Advanced Elements Lotus YSUP Inflatable Stand Up Paddleboard would be a fine choice for doing yoga on.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-27

Can you use a Velcro leash with this board? Is it easy to use for beginners?

Asked by: mkruzel
Yes, you can attach a leash to the tail of the Muse Stand Up Paddleboard. The Muse is a great choice for beginners. Not too long and very stable.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-29

I see this board only has one fin, some have three fins.  Is this one less stable than a three fin SUP?

Asked by: Bike question
The Muse Stand Up Paddle Board is no less stable than a board with three fins. A board with three fins will track a little better in stronger winds.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-29

Can't see from the image what is meant by "offset" handle for a smaller person.  (I'm short, with short arms, and  I can't reach the center strap handle on my older inflatable.) And is this weight pretty much as light as they come?

Asked by: Marcia F
The handle is offset from the center line of the board so that you do not have to reach quite as far down to grab the handle to carry the board. This board is very lightweight for its class.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-26

Would this be a good board to use with a dog? I have a golden doodle... if. It which board would you recommend?

Asked by: Surfergirl1975
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