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For calculated, almost robotic, open-face cutbacks and precision, lightning-fast snaps.

Known as a travel board, contest board, and daily driver for prosurfer Nat Young, the Surftech Stretch S10 Surfboard delivers a high-performance, wave-thrasher board that makes you feel more than alive. Ideal for neutral to back-footed surfers, the S10 features a rocker shifted slightly towards the rear to provide a low entry for easier paddling. Its additional tail rocker offers increased maneuverability and control under your back foot so you're able to make lightning-fast snaps and calculated moves in fast-moving surf. Plus, you'll dig its squash tail design which makes it well suited for a range of waves between two and eight feet.

Thanks to its Ultraflx construction, the S10 has a water-tight fused cell core that enables it to maintain the crisp flex and soft feel that you prefer while also offering more durability and a longer lifespan. Designed and shaped by renown shaper William "Stretch" Riedel, the S10 features an FCS tri-fin setup (fins not included) that allows the S10 to hold well in steep and barreling conditions, which essentially enables above-the-lip and aerial maneuvers.

  • Renown surfboard shaper William "Stretch" Riedel
  • Short board
  • Recommended for intermediate to advanced surfers
  • Squash tail shape
  • Ultraflx construction
  • FCS tri-fin setup
  • No fins included

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Is this s-10 the color shown in the picture...

Is this s-10 the color shown in the picture ?

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Is this S-10 the color shown in the picture...

Is this S-10 the color shown in the picture ?