SIC Maui 12’6″ Inflatable Pro
Show up, pump up, keep up. Introducing the fastest, lightest and stiffest inflatable raceboard on the market. Crafted from the same pedigree as it’s SCC brother, the all- new Air Glide X-12.6 Pro features water shearing lines, a low profile displacement hull design and race handles for beach starts and finishes. Dyneema Stringer Technol- ogy provides unparalleled rigidity though the bow and center lines of the board.
- (DST) Dyneema stringer technology
- Ultra durable single layer PVC tarpaulin skin
- Double reinforced rail construction
- High pressure drop stitch construction (DSC) core
- Two stage pump: dual action to rapidly inflate and single action to bring up to max psi (10 psi min. to 15 psi max)
- Carry handle
- Coil leash (8’x 7mm)
- Cargo net, patch kit, wheelie backpack for easy transport and storage
- U.S. finbox compatible w/toolless FCS Connect 9.0” fin for quick setup and breakdown
- All SIC Air Glide boards are 6” thick
|12’6″||26″||22 lbs||306 L||DSC Fusion|
Standard Characteristics of the SIC Maui Inflatables:
The best way to get into paddling with limited storage space, have a small car, or simply like the versatility and convenience. Inflatables paddleboard come in a small backpack style bag, take up very little space and are equipped with a high volume/high pressure pump. Inflatables also offer fun for the whole family. If you or your kids like to play rough or want to keep this board on the dock or deck of your boat, you cannot beat the durability.
They come in as many shapes and sizes as you can imagine and cover the full range of disciplines. They are generally 6 inch drop stitch which is thicker than a standard composite board. Inflatables also have higher volume and more stability than composite boards of similar lengths and widths. You can drop it or run it onto the rocks and for the most part not worry about it. In the event of a puncture, all SIC inflatables come equipped with a repair kit that’s as easy as fixing a flat tire on your bike. They lack the full performance of a composite board but advancements in materials and construction have closed the gap considerably.