Specially designed according to the needs of the new generation, these boards feature a reduced stance width and a shorter distance between footstrap plugs for more narrow feet and also with many different footstrap options for youngsters of all sizes and sailing levels. They work for young guns up to around 50 kilos.
The Young Gun Magic Air features awesome handling advantages:
It can be rolled up and fits into the backpack it comes with – no more need for a roof rack for transport and no big garage for storage.
It is also considerably lighter than any hardboard of this size. For paddling you could even take it in the backpack to the beach with your bike.
The high tech drop stitch technology makes it so stiff that you will easily get it gliding but the surface itself is so soft that you won’t hurt yourself when falling on it.
Instead of a daggerboard, the additional center fin provides directional stability to reduce side drift and helps to go upwind.
Being longer than the normal Young Guns also helps with going upwind due to its longer waterline length.
This board offers so much fun and is a great kids toy.
Inflatable SUP with windsurf option and centre fin
Colour coded big EVA Deck with microdot structure for good grip and comfort
Centred carrying strap
JP-Australia developed the Welded Seam Technology to increase the durability and air tightness of our inflatable boards. The connection between the rail and the drop stitch material is hot air welded thus creating a very strong mechanical joint that turns these two parts into one. The plasticizers in PVC migrate over time and weaken the strength of the chemical bond of the glue. By fusing two different layers together into one part, the welding process makes the board safer and more durable.
The 3D stringer is the most innovative solution to increase the stiffness of an inflatable board. It connects the deck, rail and bottom into one strong and solid U-beam. This has increased the stiffness of the boards up to 30%. Furthermore, the 3D Stringer increased the glued overlap surface in the high stress standing area, increasing the safety of the boards.