Astro Stream 9'6 x 36" Whitewater (Previous Model)


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Astro Stream 9'6 x 36" Whitewater (Previous Model)

Astro Stream 9'6 x 36" Whitewater (Previous Model)

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Stable and progressive, a board that takes a first timer from navigating basic class 1 and 2 rapids to the ultimate in whitewater and river running performance. A slightly tucked in outline similar to the Atlas combined with the 9’6” length holds good ground speed, while being small enough to turn quickly. 36” is the widest in the range for riders up to 105kg with the highest stability to cope with choppy water and big drops.


  • Length: 9'6”
  • Width: 36"
  • Thickness: 6.0"
  • Tail width: 23.9"
  • Volume: 290L
  • Rider Weight: 55-105 kg

Features include:

  • Dual Stringer on the deck for increased rigidity.
  • Carbon Rails for extra support in the critical standing area.
  • 6” Dropstitch with uni-directional connecting yarns increasing longitudinal stiffness.
  • Half Layer PVC laminates reduces the weight significantly.
  • Linear dropstitch.

Added Features:

  • EVA Carry handle.
  • Neoprene paddle holder and carry strap on the tail.
  • Integrated tow ring in the valve area and bottom of the nose.

Fin box:

  • Side fins will fit the standard removable
  • Surfinz or your favourite FCS fins.
  • Universal US Center Fin Box to fit all sizes of fins. Short for easy board roll up.
  • Supplied with black injected moulded fins.


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  • 5
    Astro Stream 9'6"

    Posted by Calvin Peters (WCK Staff) on 2016 Nov 26th

    After using a number of other plastic and inflatable boards on the Chilliwack River I can confidently say this one takes the cake. It's much lighter and therefore easier maneuver than plastic alternatives, but way stiffer and more durable than most inflatables I've used. Multiple laps in low water conditions and the bottom looks to be holding up well. The fin set-up provides decent tracking but is low-profile enough that I can run shallower sections when other paddlers are on their knees or walking. The handles make it easy to climb back on in a hurry if you swim.