Starboard

Starboard - 10'-8" x 31" Go - LITE TECH

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  • $999

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10’8″ x 31″ GO

Length: 10’8"

Width: 31”

 Volume: 192 L

Rider Weight: Up to 220 lbs

Board Weight: 25 lbs approx.

This board has quicker turning and is easier to move around. A fast, nimble and effortless glide. 

THE FRIENDLY FUN BOARD THAT MAKES ANY PADDLER FEEL PRO

The perfect paddle board for paddlers who want to paddle fast and stay dry.

A progressive, versatile shape sporting a big bottom concave and boxy rails for unmatched stability, speed and glide potential.  It’s one of the best Stand Up Paddle experiences you can have on flat water or with light wind chop.

LITE TECH

LIGHT, STRONG, AFFORDABLE
  • Shoulder carry strap insert.  Shoulder carry strap not included but can purchased and attached to the board inserts.
  • Extra rigidity with the introduction of unidirectional stringer bands and solid with added rail / nose reinforcements.
  • Australian pine on the standing area for extra impact resistance and rigidity in the most critical area.
  • All inserts have added high-density foam reinforcements.

WIDE TAIL AND NOSE

  • Provides an entirely smooth and balanced trim for efficient paddling over distance. You can step back for a snap turn or count on the nose area for added stability in chop.

THE BOXY RAILS

  • Increase the stability of the board and limits water flowing onto the deck, keeping feet and gear dry, essential in cooler climates.

BUNGEE TIE DOWN

  • On the nose for storing your gear.

DEEP CENTER CHANNEL

  • Creates a flatter middle rocker for the most efficient and long-lasting glide.
  • Similar to our award-winning All Star race boards.

FLAT STANDING AREA

  • For extra comfort when paddling and doing yoga.

BOTTOM SIDE PLANE

  • Creating a stable platform for unmatched balance. It’s really the catamaran concept with volume further out from the middle enhancing stability.

FAR BACK FIN BOX POSITION

  • Improves tracking and reduces the number of times you have to switch the paddle from side to side when paddling. The further back the fin sits in the box, the more directional stable the board will become.