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  • WIDE POINT

    MORE V, SQUARER TAIL AND PINCHED NOSE FOR ADDED AGILITY AND BETTER CONTROL THAN EVER

     

    Inspiriert von unseren PRO Shapes bringen die “Wide Points” spielend leichte Performance in die Welle. “Squared Tail” für gute Beschleunigung, abgerundete Nose für Surffeeling.

    Available Technologies
    BLUE CARBON
    LIGHTEST
    STARLITE
    DURABLE
    STARLITE WAVE
    FASHIONIST

    BOARD 3D VIEWER

    Key features

    NARROW NOSE OUTLINE

    Geschwindigkeit und Kontrolle. Pures “Surf Feeling” dank des “Narrow Nose Shape”.

    LOWERED NOSE ROCKER

    einfacher Einstieg in die Welle

    WIDE OUTLINE

    Die breite Outline des Boards sorgt für jede Menge Stabilität. So kannst du jede Welle ausnutzen.

    MONO TO DOUBLE CONCAVE

    • Direkte Beschleunigung und leichtes Anpaddeln

    • Die Doppelkonkave sorft für gute Kontrolle und Drive beim Abreiten

    SQUARED OFF TAIL

    das breite Tail sorgt für Stabilität

    FINNEN SET UP

    • Thruster Setup für gute Geradeausfahrt durch die längere Mittelfinne. Die Seitenfinnen sorgen für Grip in der Welle

    • 8’10 und 8’2 sind auch als Quad Setup mit 4 Finnen zu fahren – für noch bessere Wave Performance

    3 CONSTRUCTION

    TO CHOOSE FROM

    BLUE CARBON TECHNOLOGY

    • Geringstes Gewicht – stabilste Bauweise – Umweltschutz

    • „Gold Level“ im Eco Board Project

    • Verstärkte Rails mit natürlichen, unidirektionalen Flachsfasern (aus Europa)

    • Mehrere Verstärkungen im Standbereich, sowie an Nose und Heck für erhöhte Schlagfestigkeit

    STARLITE TECHNOLOGY

    • Kratzfestes Carbon Innegra Rail

    • Verschiedene Fiberglas Schichten – extra Stabilität

    • Standfläche in „Australian Pine“ Laminat

    STARLITE WAVE TECHNOLOGY

    • Wave Design von Sonni Hönscheid

    • Kratzfestes Carbon Innegra Rail

    • Verschiedene Fiberglas Schichten – extra Stabilität

    • Standfläche in „Australian Pine“ Laminat

    AVAILABLE SIZES

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    11’2“ x 32“

    WIDE POINT

    Length: 11’2” / 340 cm

    Width: 32” / 81 cm

    Sehr vielseitiges, größeres Waveboard, dass auch im Flachwasser gut paddelt


    Available technologies:

    • Blue Carbon
    • Starlite

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    10’5“ x 32“

    WIDE POINT

    Length: 10’5” / 318 cm

    Width: 32” / 81 cm

    Der Allrounder in der “Wide Point” Range. Schnell & gut kontrollierbar


    Available technologies:

    • Blue Carbon
    • Starlite

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    9’5“ x 32“

    WIDE POINT

    Length: 9’5” / 287 cm

    Width: 32” / 81 cm

    Dein Waveboard für alle Bedingungen.


    Available technologies:

    • Blue Carbon
    • Starlite
    • Starlite Wave

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    8’10“ x 32“

    WIDE POINT

    Length: 8’10“ /270 cm.

    Width: 32“ / 81 cm.

    Komfort und “High Performance Surfing” kombiniert.


    Available technologies:

    • Blue Carbon
    • Starlite
    • Starlite Wave

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    8’2“ x 32“

    WIDE POINT

    Length: 8’2“ /249 cm.

    Width: 32“ / 81 cm.

    Es wird noch radikaler. 249cm Länge machen den 8’2 x 32 ultra kompakt. Quad oder Thruster Fin-Setup für verschiedene Styles und Bedingungen


    Available technologies:

    • Blue Carbon
    • Starlite

    PERFORMANCE

    SPECIFICATIONS

    Model11'2'' x 32'' WIDE POINT10'5'' x 32'' WIDE POINT9'5'' x 32'' WIDE POINT8'10'' x 32'' WIDE POINT8'2'' x 32'' WIDE POINT
    Length (imperial)11'2''10'5''9'5''8'10''8'2''
    Length (cm)340.4 cm317.5 cm287 cm269.2 cm248.9 cm
    Width (imperial)32''32''32''32''32''
    Width (cm)81.3 cm81.3 cm81.3 cm81.3 cm81.3 cm
    Thickness (imperial)4.6''4.6''4.3''4.3''3.9''
    Thickness (cm)11.7 cm11.7 cm10.9 cm10.9 cm9.9 cm
    Tail Width (Imperial)16.5''16.6''18.0''18.3''19.7''
    Tail Width (cm)41.9 cm42.2 cm45.7 cm46.5 cm50 cm
    Volume198 L178 L153 L143 L125 L
    Rider Weight60-115 kg55-105 kg50-100 kg45-95 kg40-90 kg
    Fin Set UpThrusterThrusterThrusterThurster and QuadThurster and Quad
    FinsCenter: 185 / Side: 4.7''Center: 170 / Side: 4.7''Center: 185 / Side: 4.7''Center: 170 / Side: 4.7''4.7'' / 4.5''
    Weight Blue Carbon10.4 kg (Est)8.8 kg (Est)8.6 kg (Est)8.4 kg (Est)7.2 kg (Est)
    Weight Starlite11.9 kg (Est)10.5 kg (Est)9.2 kg (Est)9.0 kg (Est)8.0 kg (Est)
    Weight Starlite Wave--9.8 kg (Est)9.5 kg (Est)-
    Bottom ShapeMono-concave to V with double concave to round VMono-concave through to double concave to V tailMono-concave through to double concave to V tailMono-concave through to heavy V in front of fins to tailContinuous mono-concave from nose to tail

    BOARD REVIEWS

    8’10“ x 32“ REVIEW

    The Starboard Wide Point range consists of 5 boards all being 32” wide. The 8’10” is a board that is relatively short for its width, making it a fun, stable, user friendly board for beginner SUP surfers. But also an outstanding board for 80-90kg intermediate surfers wanting a board to throw around on a wave.

    9’5“ x 32“ REVIEW

    The Starboard Wide Point this year have really made your introduction to SUP surfing super easy, but also given you performance to spare. The 9’5” is the type of board you can almost buy as a first time board if you’ve got surfing in mind. If you’re light to med build you could learn the basics on it and then carry on until you’re dropping into monsters too, it’s got performance pedigree, which is easy to access.

    9’5“ x 32“ REVIEW

    „The new shape has taken some major steps forward in terms of performance and will really suit the progressive rider or heavier bloke. What I found was the board felt like a larger version of the Pro boards, the thinned out rails with a lower apex has the board sitting lower in the water. This enables the rider to engage the rail earlier and getting more bite in the bottom turn, relying less on the fins to do the work. The double concave also helps with transitioning from rail to rail making it easier to link up turns“ – Marco Gribi