SIC Saber 10'6
The Saber is a great recreational cruiser that can surf without performance being compromised. The Saber is a great place to start if you think cruising and surfing are in your future.
We classify the Saber a surf-cruiser because when the surf comes up, the Saber will not let you down. These boards ride like a longboard, carry speed down the line and cruise effortlessly through the break and on the flats. The pinched rails and tail hip in the tail allow the board to carve smooth through turns keeping you smiling from ear-to-ear.
This board is also designed as a stable recreational cruiser. Its flat bottom will give you the confidence you need in choppy waters and is perfect for cruising harbors, lakes or nearly anywhere you want to go. The Saber is built in SIC’s Glass Composite + Innegra™ (GC+) construction which offers both performance and durability at an affordable price.
FULL NOSE - To get into mushy waves or for longboard riding style and feel
BEVELED RAILS - For more bite on the wave and quicker turning
FOAM FLOW DISTRIBUTION - Giving volume where you need, tapering to the tail for better maneuverability
2+1 CONFIGURATION - Including FCS2 fin boxes + 10” US Center Box. Allows for fin setup flexibility
DIAMOND GROOVE TEXTURED EVA PAD - For traction and grip
4-PIECE KICK PAD - Assist with turning
LEASH PLUG - To connect a leash for safety
GORE-TEXTM BREATHER VENT - Allows board to breathe and prevent delamination
ACTION CAMERA MOUNT ON THE NOSE - To capture your adventures on the water
Shaper: Jon Henderson
Length: 10'6'' / 320 cm
Width: 30'' / 76.2 cm
Volume: 155 L
Thickness: 4.1'' / 10.4 cm
Weight: 24.7 lbs / 11.2 kg
Max Riders Weight: 210 lbs / 95 kg
One Foot Off Nose: 20.6'' / 52.4 cm
One Foot Off Tail: 17.4'' / 44.2 cm
Handle Type: SIC EZ GRAB
Finbox Configuration Set Up: Single US box + 2 FCS FUSION
Supplied fin(s): 9.0" Mahi + Three/Four XL
Product Type: Rigid composite
Country of Manufacture: Vietnam
About SIC MAUI
Like many a master shaper Mark Raaphorst did his time and paid his dues before setting up his own repair shop. He got hooked on SUP as soon as they started to appear on Maui and he very quickly found a way to combine his knowledge of moulded technology with his new passion. Before long SIC boards were winning almost every race they entered.