Stand on Liquid Quest 12'6" Paddle Board
AVAILABLE AUGUST 1; PRE-ORDER NOW.
For a choice touring experience, select the Stand on Liquid Quest 12’6” touring paddle board. In a time when many manufacturers label a flat-bottomed paddle board tour worthy, the Stand on Liquid Quest goes the extra mile with a pronounced displacement hull that cuts through any waterway like a hot knife through butter. Bays, calm rivers and lakes all call to the 12’6” Quest.
A long, lean, traditional touring shape combined with a recessed standing area, which lowers the paddlers’ center of gravity and increases stability, make for a flight experience when traveling across a runway of water. As the paddler's power strokes increase, the Stand on Liquid Quests’ pronounced, displacement nose and trailing tapered tail, create the superb glide and tracking performance that this legendary board is known for.
Sporting high volume and thick rails for a touring board, this vessel can edge its way through a variety of hydro terrains while supporting up to 320 lbs. With quick stretch bungee tie-down capacity on bow and stern, paddlers can pack any supplies or gear needed for a full day or overnight on-water adventure.
The Quest is shaped using a lightweight closed-cell EPS foam core with a structural stringer. Constructed with fiberglass layers, a cherry wood veneer sandwich layer, and epoxy resins, the result is a lightweight and durable paddle board. The Quest features reinforcement in the standing area and on the rails, nose, and tail for added strength.
Both technical and visual design for the 12’6” Stand on Liquid Quest is inspired by the touring paddler's experience. Displaying an American cherry wood veneer and a blue overlay topo map graphic on one-side, the Stand on Liquid Quest operator will be able to sink further into their explorative experience than ever before.
- Recessed Standing Area
- Croc-skin textured EVA deck pad
- 10 tie-down points
- Fin Included
|Fin System||Single Fin|
|Deck Pad||Croc-skin Textured EVA Deck Pad|
|Skill Level||Intermediate, Advanced|
|Recommended Weight Capacity||Beginner: Up to 280 lbs. / Intermediate: Up to 300 lbs. / Advanced: Up to 320 lbs.|