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SIC Paddleboards

Sandwich Island Composites, better known as SIC, makes some of the most innovative standup paddleboards on the market.  Sandwich Islands was the name explorer Captain James Cook had given to the Hawaiian Archipelago in 1778 and SIC paddleboards are engineered and designed by Mark Raaphorst […]

SIC Bullet…open ocean and downwind paddleboarding like it should be

SIC Paddleboards makes world-class paddleboards, and the Bullet is their open ocean downwinding board.  It comes in four sizes so there is one for everyone. Though they are designed in Hawaii, for Hawaiin downwinding conditions, these boards translate beautifully to east coast waters. The SIC […]

SIC paddleboards’ X series flatwater fitness, racing, and touring paddleboards

SIC paddleboards’ flatwater fitness/race/touring series is the X series.  It is available in 12’6 and 14’ lengths.  And there are three different models of each providing three different width (and performance) options           12’6 X                      29.5” wide     256 L […]

SIC Recon 11’11 ridden and reviewed

When we brought SIC in to the shop we knew the X 12 is awesome, and the Bullet 12’6 is the only thing I want to be on in open water, but the Recon was a little more of a mystery for us. Recon is […]

SIC X-12 Paddleboard

Sandwich Island Composites, better known as SIC, makes really awesome paddleboards.  They are known for producing very fast and stable open water/downwinder paddleboards, like the Bullet Series.  The Bullets win the major downwindingcompetitions year after year and we can attest that it is pure joy […]

SIC Recon

A couple of weeks ago I wrote a post on my experience with the Sandwich Island Composites (SIC) X-12 in open water and going in and out of the beach break.  Cathy wrote a post on her time with the SIC Recon during that paddle.  […]

The SIC FX promises to be a game changer for Paddleboard Racing

Whenever you hear some new piece of gear is going to be a “game changer” naturally you want to know more. With SUP being a relatively new sport, there is still a fair amount of room for the game to change. For people who race […]

A Second Look at the SIC FX Pro 14

At the beginning of the season I wrote a post on the SIC FX Pro and my initial thoughts on it. Well, the summer is winding down and round two of prime paddleboard season is starting up. I’ve put many miles and many days on […]


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