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specifications 2014 - Le blog Chinook Leucate
Black Box Wave
Quad Wave
NuEvo Wave
The unique light wind / mushy waves toy
The board, not the sail, generates and
holds speed on the wave
What's new? New concept for a
real-world conditions revolution
The rail-driven power wave board
The most connected feel with the wave
you can get
What's new? New MorenoTwins Pro
Model 67 and new 87 and 92 rocker
87
Carbon, Wood
67, 70, 74, 77, 82, 87, 92, 100
Carbon, Wood
Kode Wave
The effortless and efficient surfer
The closest to a true surf board in
design, performance and feel
What's new? Supersize models (101,
110) for everyday wavesailing. New 86
size. Faster 92 shape
Kode Freestyle Wave
Philip Koster’s new generation,
aerial-style wave boards
Fast, speedy and powerful. Mixes
new-school rotational and aerial
wave-riding style
What's new? New MorenoTwins Pro
Model 67 and new lengths and rounder
nose rails on the other models
73, 80, 86, 92, 101, 110
Carbon, Wood
Flare Freestyle
The sharp, aggressive, fast and
responsive wave-freestyle board
The one-board quiver solution
What's new? Shorter nose on the 86;
Aerodynamic “bullet nose” for the 94
and 103
Most highly-rated freestyle board
designed by the best freestyle team
Fast, aggressive and compact yet
comfortable and forgiving – it’s the
perfect balance!
What's new? New ProKids 81 and
shorter lengths and new shapes for the
91 and 101
86, 94, 103
Carbon, Wood,Technora
67, 72, 77, 82, 87, 92
Carbon, Wood, Technora
81, 91, 101, 111
Carbon
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Page 30
Page 28
WAVE & FREESTYLE
iSonic Slalom
UltraSonic Freerace
The pure slalom board
The icon of modern slalom – it has
redefined the genre and continues to
dominate PWA’s slalom races.
What's new? New shorter, slimmer and
wider shapes for 2014: more planing,
more control, more speed!
iSonic Speed
The super-efficient, early planing slalom board
Ultra planing starts in just 7 knots
147
Carbon, Wood
80, 87, 90, 97, 107, 110, 117, 130
Carbon, Wood
Page 36
Formula Course Racing
The speed needle
Designed by Bjorn Dunkerbeck Carlos
Sosa and Remi Vila for the W58 and new
W44, it’s the culmination of a 26 year
R&D journey
What's new? New W44 model designed
for Namibia 2013.
W44, W49, W54, W58
Carbon
Phantom Raceboard
The ultra high-tech course racing board
Earliest planing capabilities and the
widest wind range
What's new? New shape for 2014/2015
season. Only one size, that replaces both
sizes of 2012/2013.
The most advanced and most successful raceboards
8 of the Top 10 raceboards are Starboard (including 1st place)
What's New? Thicker and more voluminous versions of the 295
and 377 for better light-wind performance
295 L, 377, 377 L
Carbon, Tufskin AST
167, 161 Experience One Design
Carbon, Tufskin AST (P.40)
Page 42
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Page 36
Page 38
Page 34
RACING
Futura Freerace
Carve Freeride
The most innovative freerace board
Extra slim, deep deck concaves,
mini-wingers and packed full of iSonic
technology, it’s the most advanced
freerace board
93, 101, 111, 121, 131, 141
Carbon, Wood
GO Freeride
Kode Tufskin Entry/Freeride
AtomIQ Freeride
Plug and play freeride
Accessibility and fun like never before
What's new? 8% slimmer again
The original progressive all-round board
Slim and wide for stability and wind
range
Dual concept board
An entry-level board for kids and a fun
freeride blaster for adults
111, 121, 131, 141, 151, 161
Carbon, Wood, Tufskin AST
111, 121, 131, 141, 151, 161,
171 Windsurfer
Tufskin EVA
113, 123, 137
Tufskin EVA
The new generation freemove board
Maneuverable, fun and fast with a huge
wind range
New concept for 2014
100, 110, 120
Carbon
Back Cover
Page 62
Page 60
Page 64
FREERIDE
Page 58
Gemini Tandem
WindSUP Inflatable
WindSUP
The inflatable WindSUP Lighter, stronger
and more compact than conventional
boards
What's new?
New kids' size
New fin boxes and fittings
The board for SUPing and windsurfing: WindSUP
Fastest growing category of windsurfing
What's new?
New ASAP models with polished blue rails
New Summer board model
New Freeride model
9’ x 30”/ 10’ x 34”/ 11’2” x 32”/
11’2” x 39”/ 12’6” x 30”
Deluxe, Fun
10’x34”, 11’2”x30”, 12’x32”
Wave special: 8’10”x32”
Summer board: 12’x36”
Freeride: 12'2"x30"
Kid's: 9’x30”
Page 52
WindSUP
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Tufksin EVA, A.S.A.P
A.S.A.P Blue
Rio Entry
The wide-style tandem board
The most fun and social board ever
made. Ideal for clubs, schools, centers
and large families
Tufskin Sport
Start Entry
The entry-level and progressive board
Easy to learn, glides fast and gets you to
learn
The most stable entry-level board
The World’s easiest board to start
windsurfing on
S, M, L
Tufskin Armourtech
Tufskin Sport
M,L
Tufskin EVA Red, Tufskin EVA Blue
XL
Tufskin Armourtech
Page 48, 50
Page 72
Page 70
Page 68
GETTING STARTED
03
Only 36 years ago our friends in Arendal Sailing club, Norway were discussing the future of
windsurfing design. The general consensus was that it now would be challenging to
improve windsurfing as the equipment already was so cool.
Loading my 350kg. of gear, Tenerife world cup 1993.
Team Tiki Myanmar
The Windsurfer One design had a a great concept, so did the Mistral Competition
and most other boards available offered exciting One Design racing.
I went on racing for another 16 years, The LA Olympics on the One design
Windglider and then the Pro windsurfing tour thereafter. The gear however
seemed to become better every year and by the time Starboard was started in
1994, windsurfing boards generally were said to be fantastic. Looking back at the
last 19 years boards and rigs alike have however again taken several quantum
leaps and some may again believe that it is challenging to improve future
windsurfing?
04
Before harnesses, retrackable daggerboards and long sleeve suits
The past however has the tendency of predicting the future and incredible
improvements are sure to come. Our Pro team has been bringing home 5 out of 6
last PWA manufacturers titles, proving that futuristic gear of today indeed makes a
difference even for the most skilled riders.
My race DNA also likes to establish who is the best rider, not only what gear is the
most efficient. My feet have quite possibly tested more different board designs
than any other windsurfer’s feet over the years? Yet I would love to participate in
local One Design races with the Phantom 295 L. This design sums up much of all
the great stuff one looks for in an allround board. If Windsurfing is going to make it
for the 2020 Games, the Phantom class may be it’s best bet?
Give it a try and and find out how much fun it is to race with friends.
“Svein Rasmussen is one of the most influential figures in
modern Windsurfing. Following a successful career as a
professional windsurfer, he changed tack to start Starboard in
1994 and created a company that has evolved into a clear
leader in today’s competitive board market. His innovations and
trendsetting ideas are responsible for the introduction of short
and wide board designs but far from resting on his laurels, he
has plenty more ideas to expand and progress our sport”
Windsurf UK
Scott and Svein battleling it out since 1987
Local racing in Norway 1979.
Checking out The Phantom at The King’s Cup 2012.
Svein Rasmussen
President Starboard Co, LTD
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INNOVATION
QUALITY
2014
2014: our finest collection of boards yet.
A consolidated board range refined for
every windsurfing category and innovative
in many new ways.
Toon
Ex
Den
Chat
Don
Phaitoon Kaewhorrit,
Thanuphong Saisonthananant,
Chomkokgroud,
Apichat Taewnade,
Thongchai Phudansoong, master craftsmen and shapers in the Starboard workshop, producing the most accurate custom prototypes.
Ex
Key highlights of the year include the reintroduction of the slim Atoms
and our big push with the new WindSUP Freeride. The latter, thanks to
its clever Long Tail design concept, I personally believe can singlehandedly take us back to the future, into a world of popular mainstream
windsurfing, shared by friends and family together, planing and
non-planing, on one single board (see page 50).
Our team based here at HQ in Thailand grows larger with the arrival of
Project Managers Fabian McGovern and Antoine Lefebvre, who will be
bringing lots of fresh ideas and new concepts to Starboard 3.0.
Remi Vila, head of Research and Development, with
Toon
focus on racing, freeride, WindSUP and Inflatables.
Den
Arnon Saisorn,
DREAM TEAM
TiESDA YOU
Production manager
and our key link
between prototyping
and production.
Chart
Don
Fabian McGovern, Project Manager with emphasis on
media communication, product development and team
management.
Antoine Lefebvre, Project Manager with emphasis
on websites, product development and sales.
The 3D printing machine, for prototyping
footstrap inserts, slot boxes,
fin boxes and other inserts.
KOLTdblack
Jaruk Thongpraeb, who hand-built our load
cycle-testing machine that simulates repeated loads
over a product’s entire lifetime.
The CAD/CAM shaping machine,
for shaping the foam cores of our prototypes.
The template plotting machine. for drawing out
our shaping templates.
Lei
Arwut
In the next six pages and throughout the catalogue are many more people
who have contributed to Starboard 2014. We can’t thank everyone
enough for their support, inspiration and energy over the years.
It’s been a fantastic journey and we hope that you, dear windsurfer, will
enjoy reading our catalogue and discovering all the details of your
favourite new board, whether you’re riding waves, powering your
paddle-board with wind or learning to windsurf for the first time.
Tiesda You
Starboard Board designer / Brand manager
Our load-testing machine we use to analyse
load/stress curves, yield and fracture
points.
06
Arwut
Lei
KOLTdblack
Sanpatchaya,
Angelic Abinan,
Nitiroj Chawalerswattanachai,
graphic designers behind the board designs, catalogue and website productions.
07
STARBOARD
TEAM
Kevin Pritchard
PWA Wave Champion 2006 / video
Joe Dumrongvivat
Starboard Group GM
Beyond our workshop based in Taco Lake
and our test centre in Thailand are a team
of people who support Starboard in many
different ways.
Johannes Nuemann
Video
BenSeverne
Australia WaveChampion
Jerome Houyvet
Dany Bruch
Photography
PWA wave tour top 5 / wave board designer / video
From marketing to development, from testing prototypes to beta-testing
websites, from taking photos to editing videos, from inspiring a new
product range to proofing order forms, from publishing travel stories and
scouting for young new riders, we’d like to take this opportunity to say a
BIG THANK YOU for your help and support.
Many of you, like Joe, Scott, Ian, Tor, Karen and Keith Baxter, you’ve been
here since the very early days. Some, like Dany, Sean and Johannes, we
look forward to the years to come. Thanks for sharing this journey of a
lifetime with us.
John Carter
Scott McKercher
Photography
PWA Wave Champion 2004 / wave board designer / travel stories and video
Mathieu Rauzier
Starboard WindSUP designer / UltraSonic owner
Ian Fox
Connor Baxter
Mary Hasavari
All Star
Video
James Hooper
Sean O’Brien
Starboard World President /
Starboard Australia
NuEvo / Nude Custom Boards Shaper
Video
Taty Frans
Freestyle board / fin designer
Iballa & Daida Moreno
PWA Wave Champions / video / clinics and event organisers
Clement Morandiere
Tor Bakke
Guest tester WindSUP Inflatables
and WindSUP Freeride
Phantom 295 One Design
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09
Quincy Offringa
PWA constructor’s
CHAMPION
STARBOARD
Anne - Marie Reichman
Philip Köster,
PWA Wave Champion 2012
(using 2012 production Evo boards, 2013 production ‘Koster’ Kodes)
Ben van der Steen
Gonzalo Costa Hoevel,
Formula Worlds Vice Champion 2013
Kiri Thode,
PWA Freestyle Vice-Champion 2012
(using production Flares)
Björn Dunkerbeck,
Björn Saragoza
PWA Slalom Vice-champion 2012
(using production iSonic boards)
Cagla Kubat
Michael Polanowski
Dieter van der Eyken
Vincent Langer
Sarah-Quita Offringa,
Boujmaa Guilloul
Throughout the season, our title winning team rode exclusively production boards, with exception of Iballa and Daida
Moreno who, for the Canaries events, used two prototypes that went to mold just after the event to become the
Moreno Twins Pro Models. Philip Köster also used a prototype Kode 92 to win in Sylt, a board that also went to mold
right after.
Patrik Pollak
Fabio Calo
Zane Schweitzer
PWA Wave Champion 2012
(using Moreno Twins Pro Model Quad and Kode)
Gabriel Browne
Tiffany Ward
Cyril Moussilmani
Moritz Mauch
Iballa Moreno,
PWA Freestyle Champion 2012
(using production Flare)
For a record fifth consecutive year, Starboard wins the prestigious
PWA Constructors' title 2012. As we go to print, we also lead
the 2013 constructors' ranking. With good winds, good waves and
lots of great events, we hope that Starboard's Dream Team will
continue to win more titles, riding those boards we shape, design
and test together.
Alberto Menegatti
Nicolas Akgazciyan
Chris Pressler
Philip Soltysiak
Jimmy Diaz
Daida Moreno,
PWA Wave Vice-Champion 2012
(using Moreno Pro Model Quad and Kode)
Ethan Westera
Steve Allen
Raimondo Gasperini
Besides those, production boards that are the same as those you can find in shops, are what our pro riders ride.
Since 1994.
Timo Mullen
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Amado Vrieswijk
Antoine Questel
Roberto Hoffman
Wilhelm Schurmann
Mattia Pedrani
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TUFSKIN
Maximum durability and value. Tufskin
technology uses layers of 3-dimensional
400g glass mat wetted out with an
expanding epoxy resin system that creates
volume within the skin as it cures under
pressure. This creates a thick, stiff, and
durable sandwiched laminate. Wood
reinforcements improve the board’s rigidity
and the deck’s impact resistance.
As Strong As Possible! Starboard’s
new technology uses a soft deck and
soft rail construction, over a glass
fibre shell that wraps around an
extra-high density EPS core. A 3mm
stringer adds extra longitudinal
stiffness and a 0.6mm pine wood
covers the back half of the deck for
extra durability. The rails are finished in
scuff-resistant, higher-density textured
EVA.
Fish-scale grooved, 6mm thick EVA pads
3mm textured, full-deck EVA
Advantages: tough construction, more
value, most durable.
Wood reinforcement patches
3-Dimensional
glass weave
structure impregnated
Uni-directional glass band
with expanding epoxy
(deck)
Stripe grooved, 6mm thick EVA pads
3mm brushed EVA
What’s special? It’s strong! We’ve
dropped 10kg steel balls from
different heights. Regular boards crack
at a height of 20cm. A.S.A.P. shows
only a soft dent at heights of 100cm.
Advantages: super tough, affordable,
safe and user-friendly.
Half-deck Wood
laminate
Now also available in two options:
- Premium polished blue rail
- Durable EVA rail
PVC
reinforcement
patches
Lower density 15g/l fused-cell EPS core
Ultra-high density
fused-cell EPS core
Stiffening T-stringer
3-Dimensional glass weave
structure impregnated with
Full-bottom Wood laminate
expanding epoxy (bottom)
Starboard’s FAST system: the World’s first and only fully
retractable daggerboard system for inflatable boards
ARMOUR TECH
Starboard’s super durable and super tough
technology designed for windsurfing clubs
and schools. Its construction is similar to
Tufskin, but with double the layers of 3D
glass and an ASA skin shell.
What’s special? According to testing by
German SURF magazine in May 2009,
Armour Tech is lighter and stronger than
blow-moulded polyethylene boards like HiFly
boards, and also has higher impact
resistance.
Advantages: replaces blow-moulded
polyethylene boards with something more
impact-resistant yet lighter.
Using super stiff drop-stitched 6” thick
inflatable fabric, this technology is
reinventing the inflatable windsurfer
concept.
All-white EVA pad for easier replacement,
maintenance and repair
Combined with our proprietary FAST
box and Clipperbox fittings, our new
Inflatable collection is changing the
game in recreational, school and club
windsurfing. For their size and volume,
no hard board can match their weight,
strength and durability.
ASA skin
Diamond grooved, 6mm thick EVA pads
in the standing area
EVA deck
3mm textured EVA
A full EVA deck covers the board to
provide comfort and grip. Always
inflate to 17 PSI for maximum
stiffness.
Uni-directional glass band
Double layer of
3-Dimensional glass
weave structure
Advantages: Technically the world’s
strongest, lightest and most compact
technology, all in one.
6” ultra-stiff drop
stitch construction.
impregnated with expanding
epoxy (deck)
Painted stripes for improved durability and easier repair
ASA skin
Double layer of 3-Dimensional glass weave structure
impregnated with expanding epoxy (bottom)
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0.9mm extra-thick rail bands
The lining that links the
deck to the bottom layer
creates a stiffening
sandwich effect.
Rocker-shaping strip
The World’s STRONGEST, LIGHTEST and MOST COMPACT board consruction
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Single layer extra-thick 10mm grooved pads
Single layer extra-thick 10mm grooved pads
TECHNORA™
Light weight custom paint finish
CARBON HYBRID // CARBON
WAVE EDITION
A lightweight, stiff and crisp construction
providing the highest performance value.
Technora™ is a special type of high tenacity
Aramid fiber with remarkably high toughness
and impact resistance. Technora™
reinforcements, together with Kevlar®,
Carbon and Wood laminates strengthen the
skin, nose, and heel areas.
Carbon is our lightest and stiffest
construction. We use flat-laid filaments
instead of woven filaments, making our
Carbon significantly stiffer and lighter than
regular carbon.
What’s special? Boards that are jumped
and boards that benefit from a more
comfortable feel use Wood PVC sandwich
on the bottom (we call it Carbon Hybrid).
The Carbon Wave Edition construciton goes
a step further: we use a thicker T700 Biaxial
Carbon grade on the deck, dual density,
double sandwich PVC core on the bottom
and a new uni-directional reinforcement
carbon patch.
Light weight custom paint finish over
black pigmented resin laminates for a
lighter finishing weight
What’s special? Technora™ boards always
use full PVC sandwich core construction,
both deck and bottom. We’ve added black
pigment and kept the white paint finish to a
minimum, to keep the weight down and to
give the board a custom look.
Biaxial T700 Flat-laid Carbon
20
ligh 0g
ter
Boards that require maximum stiffness and
responsiveness, typically racing boards, use
single PVC core and carbon both on the
deck and bottom (Carbon Reflex - see next
page).
Advantages: light weight, stiff flex, tough in
the most impact critical zones. Easier to
repair.
Biaxial Glass, Wood
and Technora
reinforcment patches
than other average
Carbon boards*
Advantages: lightest weight, stiffest flex
for the best acceleration and crispest
response. Strong yet comfortable.
NEW WAVE EDITION CONSTRUCTION
*Throughout 2013, magazine tests have
measured Starboard Carbon boards to be
200g lighter on average than the
competition.
Dimensions of the patch: 90cm x 60cm
Dry weight: 80g
Uni-directional flat Carbon fibre zone, reinforcing
the most stressed sections
Full 0.6 Australian pine wood bottom
Double layer, dual density PVC sandwich bottom
Lower density internal layer
Higher density external layer
Glass fibre sandwiches the double PVC core
Dual density, double thickness EVA pads
Minimal, lightest weight 6mm EVA pads
CARBON REFLEX
WOOD // WOOD WAVE EDITION
Developed by Jean Louis Colmas in 1984,
Wood Technology became Starboard’s
trademark construction in 1995.
Starboard’s production Wood boards set the
lead in lightweight sandwich technology
then, weighing in at a kilo under the
competition, yet with higher impact
resistance. Today, boards from many brand
follow with a similar yet heavier
construction. At Starboard, Wood
Technology remains a favourite for riders
preferring more comfort, more control and
that special, unique feel of an original
Starboard Wood board.
Light weight custom paint finish
Carbon Reflex designates a racing
construction that uses Biaxial T700 flat-laid
Carbon both deck and bottom, combined
with a 75kg/m3 density PVC sandwich core.
Some boards use 30° weaves, some use
45° degree weaves and others use a
combination which also includes
uni-directional (0° weave) carbon, to achieve
tailor-made reflex response according to the
boards’ length, thickness and wind-range.
UV protection film
37
ligh 0g
ter
Advantages: Lighter than any other
construction except Carbon. More impact
resistant and more comfortable than
Carbon.
than other average
Wood boards*
Blue pigmented resin helps protect the
Carbon fibres and the epoxy resin from
UV light
Glass and Carbon
reinforcment
patches
New blue pigmented resin finish helps
protect the epoxy resin and carbon fibres
from UV light.
Advantages: our very lightest weight, with
fastest flex for the best acceleration and
crispest feel.
NEW WAVE EDITION CONSTRUCTION
*Throughout 2013, magazine tests have
measured Starboard Wood boards to be
370g lighter on average than the
competition.
Full 0.6 Australian pine wood deck
T700 Biaxial 45° Flat-laid Carbon deck
What’s special? The lightest and most
responsive feeling boards. Unlike ultra-stiff
Carbon boards of previous generations, the
Carbon Reflex flexes and responds to give a
fast, efficient and comfortable ride.
What’s special? All Starboard Wood boards
use a full PVC sandwich core to form the
deck. This makes it lighter, stiffer and
stronger than other wood constructions that
do not have a PVC sandwich core.
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Double layer, dual density PVC sandwich bottom
Lower density internal layer
Higher density external layer
Uni-directional flat Carbon fibre zone, reinforcing
the most stressed sections
Dimensions of the patch: 90cm x 60cm
Dry weight: 80g
Full 0.6 Australian pine wood bottom
Double layer, dual density PVC sandwich bottom
Lower density internal layer
Higher density external layer
PVC sandwich core, deck and bottom
T700 Biaxial 45° Flat-laid Carbon bottom
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Dual Density Thick pads: softer
inside layer for comfort, harder,
grippier upper layer. Total thickness of
11mm gives a nice high ride. Featured
on the NuEvos.
Tuttle Box: the strongest and most
reliable fin box system. Two bolts are
used for a more secure fitting. Boards
fitted with a Deep Tuttle fin box can
use both normal and deep tuttle fins,
allowing the board to use a wider
range of fin sizes.
Heel bumpers: cushions landings,
protects the board from heel impacts.
Featured on the Quads.
The Slot box is designed to be extra
light, weighing 70% lighter than a US
box. It has 3cm of adjustment room
and current US based fins can be cut
to fit. The custom-manufactured bolts
fit the same screwdriver as your
footstraps, making them effective
against sand, keeping the system
simple and hassle-free.
The new tool-free Clipperbox system:
a simple clipping daggerboard system
that is smooth and easy to operate. New
feature: remove and fit the daggerboard
by simply pulling it out and pushing it back
in. Sand proof and reliable. Featured on
the GO Windsurfer and the WindSUPs.
Fish Scale Pad: unidirectional
traction that grips when pushing
into the straps, and releases
when pulling out.
Drake Wave Straps Mk III
Wider double-flap straps shaped for
wave/freestyle riders. Extra strong,
holds its shape impeccably and
features strap-size indicators for easy
size adjustment.
“Quad boards fitted with Slot Boxes
weighed, on average, 640g lighter
than those using conventional boxes
(Boards magazine 75 litre wave
boards test, Dec 2010”
New! Extra thick deck pads: single
layer, high density pads for a firmer
feel and extra heel impact resistance.
Featured on the Kode Waves.
New for 2014: Starboard’s
exclusive 4th generation Slot Box
with oversized brass insert fittings
for a stronger fit.
Sponge pads:
super comfortable fish-scale pads
with a 5mm sponge underlay that
also exaggerate the deck dome for
maximum grip and comfort.
Featured on Kodes, AtomIQ and
Carves.
Offset Footstrap washer:
Extra thick for a firmer grip without
bending under pressure. Offset hole:
turn the washer 180o and your straps
will be tighter by 2.5mm.
2.5mm
Drake Slick Straps MkV:
Narrower freeride/slalom straps.
Built similar to the Wave strap with
added flex and a narrower body.
Size Indicator Tabs makes strap
sizing a breeze.
7x32mm Footstrap Screws:
Starboard’s extra wide footstrap
screws increase the overall strength of
this connection point. The screws
won’t snap nor rip out.
FITand
FUNCTION
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One screw fits all: air-valves, tuttle
boxes, Slot box, US box, footstraps: a
single screw driver fits them all.
Simple.
K9 Anti-twist plugs: sandwiched
between the board and the strap, the
K9 plug has four canine teeth that sink
into the strap to provide a mechanical
anti-twist effect. No twisting means
better control, better feel and better
safety. On the most heavy-duty boards,
the K9 system is replaced with
double-screw strap inserts for the
back strap: no twist and super strong.
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STARBOARD CATALOG 2011
Franz Orsi
Clément Morandière
DREAM TEAM STARBOARD 2014
Mitchell Stephenson
Pascal Lefebvre
Vladan Desnica
Lars Christensen
Cyril Moussilmani
Michael Trapp
Mattia Fabrizi
Erik Tobiassen
Ricardo Guglielmino
Adrian Read
Ivan H.Low Yee Han
Michel Van Der Pligt
Mark Pattison
Steve Charies
Matt Stevens
Marco Gribi
Justin Stock
Ty Bodycoat
Luke Walmsley
Simon Peters
Ben Grodner
Scott McKercher
Ben Severne
Mick Steffan
Chri Reisch
Chris Pressier
Dieter Van der Eyken
Pascal Bouldauduc
Jeffrey van Hoe
Rudi Vanboxelaere
Ttim Cartebeeck
Taty Frans
Rob Dies
Monique Meijer
Bjorn Saragoza
Ben van der Steen
Caear Finies
Amado Vrieswijk
Kiri Thode
Kevin Pritchard
Jurgen Saragoza
Erik Hakman
Marcello Morrone
Mathias Pinheiro
Elizeu Vieira
Gabriel Browne
Leonardo
Renato Pozolo
Wilhelm Schurmann
Veselin Nanev
Kristian Lvkovski
Sam Ireland
Lan Matthews
Philip Soltysisk
Josh Wood
Zachary Plavsic
Shelby Schweitzer
Jan Wroblewski
Yu-Wei Yang
Roman Halas
Rob Robson
Eric Girard
Yvon Lefebvre
Michael Crickmer
Cesar Zavala
Eduardo Herman
Felipe Pizarro
Jose
Enrique Letelier
Jean Paul Liechti
Uwe Dreyer
Matt Kwantes
Camilo Galeano
Mauro Medina
Edwar Castillo
James Cock
Oliver Biljman
Marko Sekulic
Jamil Jonis
Jakub Sliva
Lubomir Milelc
Patrik Hrdina
Tereza Pauderova
Jana Slivova
Jindra Drahos
Jakub Drahos
Lukas Neumann
Jakub Zima
Radek Mika
Honza Rott
Jakub Hofmann
Jakub Jelinek
Jan Skrepek
Jan Stepanek
Karel Lavicky
Radek Prochazka
Kristian Lindekilde
Kasper Rasmussen
Christian Langeskov
Finn Noer
Danni
Don Fisher
Brian Raglid
Katrine Kay
Henriette Nielsen
Bettina Honore
Bjoern
Oscar Helmersen
Olga Helmersen
Olivia Hemersen
Nikolaj Kruppa
Kasper
Danni Jacobsen
Erno Kaasik
Sten Aava
Marin-Alan Ervin
Henri Kaar
Bob Willis
Juha Blinnikka
Timi Hellman
Jon Tornvall
Arnon Saisorn
Marianne Kaplas
Daniel Blinnikka
Connor Baxter
Adrien Mestre
Fred Jazequel
Fabien Courtiade
Antoine Lefebvre
Thomas Lefebvre
Nicolas Akgaziyan
Fredric Givernaud
Picon Charline
Tristan Peyrotte
Paul Frick
Arthur Orjibin
Alain Montauzou
Christophe Florentini
Braukt Valentin
Zane Schweitzer
Raphael Schroeder
Luc Buhagiar
David Garel
Michael Derand
Pierre Cloarec
Pouget Pascal
Solange Pascal
Helge Wilkens
Andy Laufer
Mecki Schafer
Torben Sonntag
Fabian Mattes
Aady Wirtz
Daniel Mende
Moritz Martin
Klaus Sausen
Vincent Langer
Patrik Schmeizer
Sebastian Ronneberger
Oliver Tom Schliemann
Wolfgang Draschner
Kakke Graeper
Andreadou Gina
George Vourdahas
Christos Paychas
Antonis Nikolopoulos
Nick Vardalachos
Solidakis Vassilis
Nikolas Skarlatos
Thanos Sakkas
Fanouris Koumbaros
Vagelis Divis
Bruno Hasulyo
Daniel Hasulyo
Joe Meehan
Mary Hasavari
Riley Coon
Yotam Gutman
Johnny Colins
Mattia Pedrani
Alberto Menegatti
Fabio Calo
Demetrio Genazzani
Raimondo Gasperini
Akinori Goshi
Kazuhiko Anami
Katumi Teramae
Shinya Kunieda
Takafumi Noguchi
Haruhiko Komura
Bunko Suzuki
Syuuji Yamamoyo
Ken Kitahara
Mami Nisida
Dai Nagamine
Yoshihiro Nakagawa
Tomohiko Komai
Yuma Kobayashi
Sergej Pavienko
Yoon, Sung Soo
Ansis Dale
Ricards Omanbriedis
Mantas Gresevicius
Gediminas Gresevicius
Mantas Dyburis
Andriy Salamatin
Remi Vila
Pieter Botha
Eduardo Cara
Toby Irons
Coto
Boujmaa Guilloul
Peter van Dijk
Anne-Marie Reichman
Piter Zwanenburg
Adam Cropper
Simon Bornhoft
Dylan de Jong
Erilk Loots
Jan de Nooije
Janet Ziekenoppasser
Jan Willem Mulder
Koen Ligtenberg
Martijn Streutker
Michiel Hemmer
Jurjen van der Noord
Leendert van Gaalen
Sven Akerboom
Oscar Prins
Thewws de Boer
Derek Mangan
Igor Lwaskiv
Martin Haglev
Nils Halden
Vegard-Johan Eimind
Halvard Holden Feragen
Fredrik Lindberg
Anders Loeken
Jakob Schjerven
Kjell Strand jacobsen
Morten Andersen
Christian Nybo
Kari Magnus Kalvik
Sigurd Kalvik
Svein Rudihaugen
Knut Thorkaas
Kristian Olsen
Mats Erik Berntsen
Jon Brostrup Muller
Hans Kristian Waarum
Eirik Oxholm
Eirik Bakken
Clark Robertson
Luke Wigglesworth
Taras Salamatin
Pete Smith
Max Cross
James West
Sebastian Aguirre
Alexandra
Roberto Hofmann
Ricardo Cano Saija
Melo Garcia
Michal Aftowicz
Kasper Orkisz
Wojtek Brzozowski
Pawel Hlavaty
Michael Polanowski
Aga Pietrasik
Jacek Bednarski
Marta Hlavaty
Przemek Miarczynski
Lukasz Konieczny
Andrzej Ozog
Jozefina Rudzinska
Miguel Ramirez
Pedro Duarte
Miguel Martinho
Pedro Correia
Rui Silva
Antonio Galvao
Pedro Peixeiro
Peter Lumley
Natascha Petersmann
Wang Yew Pang
Goh Thye Hock
Patrik Pollak
Stojan Vidakovic
Saso de Gleria
Stojan Vidakovic
Maria Andres
Iballa Moreno
Daida Moreno
Fernando
Chris Sacre
Frank Diaz
David Alegria
Karen Harjo
Marina Alabau
Ivan Pastor Lafuente
Pilar Prieto Calvo
Francisco
Hugo Andres Castro
Ester Cover Quiles
Alberto Cano
Alberto Sempere Vidal
Philip Koster
Hector Garcia
Pals O Josep Parals
Josh Seymore
Magnus Pedersen
Ola Helenius
Johan Johannesson
Fredrik Plantin
Per Bostrom
Alexander Larsson
Gustav Bergh
Jonas Solberg
Krister Svebsson
Tina Blomqvist
Raphael Schroeder
Bernard Dunyeavich
Huguenin Vincent
Murisier Etienne
Richard Stauffacher
Robert Roby Ratini
Evi Kirch
Schenk Fabian
Mike Lennecke
Yves Dudli
Balz Muller
Jonas Stahelin
Andy Naf
Jonathan Zuercher
Romain Voillat
Marco Schaffner
Bjorn Dunkerbeck
Hubert Langlois
Diane Manes
Jean-Claude Desanti
Amara Wichithong
Ake Boonsawad
Phanithat Ruamsap
Lasse Pekdag
Ertugrul
Can Coskun
Erin Gates
Aydin Gozen
Murat Sevincli
Turgut Kurukosa
Cem
Cagla Kubat
Ilknur
Kagan Ozbenli
Tolgo
Ozkan Erden
Sina Kural
Gulce Naz Pulcu
Burce Vardarli
Martyn Ogier
Bob Cunningham
Henry Bloodworth
Royn Bartholdi
Allan Cross
Marie Buchanan
Dave Hackford
Paul Simmons
Xavier Ferlet
Finn Mullen
Timo Mullen
Antoine Questel
Peter Hart
John Hibbard
Sam Buckby
Chris Muss Murray
Lucas Fioriti
Daniel Bruch
Quincy Offringa
Berend Pronk
Bart Kole
Sarah-Quita offringa
Steven Max
Matt Holder
Steve Allen
Ian Fox
Dave Morehead
Thanupong Saisorn
Tibor Ferenczy
Svein Rasmussen
Jack Muller
Hampas Tynell
Alan Jackson
Roger Schaffner
Linnea Oberg
Robert Ranftl
George Shillito
Christian Hasle
Tiffany Ward
Jennifer Henderson
Simon Nietiedt
Fabian McGovern
Tiesda You
Ante Berlengi
Peter
Ivo Kemper
Jesper Orth
Ethan Westera
Ben Wood
Tomasz Lotocki
Georgi Manev
Chris Dimond
Annika Gillgren
75
Size 8.5 x 12 in.
STARBOARD CATALOG 2012
SPECIFICATIONS 2014
WAVE & FREESTYLE
Model
RACING
FREERIDE
GETTING STARTED
WindSUP
-
5.0-6.0
6.2
6.37
-
4 x Slot Box 13
4 x Slot Box 13
4 x Slot Box 13
4 x Slot Box 13
4 x Slot Box 13
4 x Slot Box 13
4 x Slot Box 13
4 x Slot Box 13
Front 10-11 / Back 12-13
Front 10-11 / Back 12-13
Front 11 / Back 13
Front 11/ Back 13-14
Front 11 / Back 13-14
Front 11-12 / Back 13-14
Front 11-12 / Back 14-15
Front 11-12 / Back 14-15
2.3-4.7
2.3-4.7
3.0-5.0
3.5-5.5
4.0-6.0
4.5-6.5
4.7-6.7
4.7-6.7
6.3
6.4
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
6.9
7.0
6.4
6.5
6.7
6.8
6.9
7.0
7.1
7.5
-
2 x Twin Surf 150
2 x Twin Surf 155
2 x Twin Surf 160
2 x Twin Surf 160
2 x Twin Surf 165
2 x Twin Surf 175
2 x Slot Box 13
2 x Slot Box 13
2 x Slot Box 13
2 x Slot Box 13
2 x Slot Box 13
2 x Slot Box 13
15-16
15.5-16.5
16-17
16-17
16.5-17.5
17.5-18.5
3.0-5.0
4.2-5.3
4.7-5.5
4.7-6.0
5.3-6.3
5.5-6.7
5.8
6.2
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.9
6.0
6.4
6.7
6.8
6.9
7.2
43.2
2 x MB Twinzer 15.5 + MB Twinzer 12
54.0
56.0
57.5
58.0
58.5
59.5
60.5
60.5
34.7
35.9
36.8
36.6
37.3
38.2
38.4
38.2
2 x Natural Wave 110 + 2 x Natural Wave 130
2 x Natural Wave 110 + 2 x Natural Wave 130
2 x Natural Wave 110 + 2 x Natural Wave 130
2 x Natural Wave 110 + 2 x Natural Wave 130
2 x Natural Wave 110 + 2 x Natural Wave 140
2 x Natural Wave 110 + 2 x Natural Wave 140
2 x Natural Wave 110 + 2 x Natural Wave 140
73
80
86
92
101
110
221
224
225
226
227
228
55.0
57.0
58.0
59.0
59.0
62.0
35.7
37.0
38.4
37.7
38.8
39.6
Tufskin/AST
Weight (kg)
Armour Tech
A.S.A.P.
Inflatable
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
--
Flare
Flare
Flare
Flare
81
91
101
111
81
91
101
111
227
230
227
235
57.5
59.5
62.0
66.0
37.5
39.7
41.2
42.2
Drake 16 Ready to FreeStyle
Drake 17 Ready to FreeStyle
Drake 18 Ready to FreeStyle
Choco Starfish New Radical 22
Slot Box 13
Slot Box 13
Slot Box 13
Slot Box 13
15-18
16-18
17-19
20-23
2.5-5.5
4.5-6.0
5.0-6.8
5.2-7.0
5.6
5.8
6.1
6.5
-
-
-
-
-
-
Kode
Kode
Kode
Kode
Kode
Kode
Kode
Kode
Kode
Wave 67
Wave 72
Wave 77
Wave 82
Wave 87
Wave 92
Feestyle Wave 86
Freestyle Wave 94
Freestyle Wave 103
67
72
77
82
87
92
86
94
103
221
220
224
230
230
234
232
234
234
53.5
56.0
58.0
58.0
60.5
62.0
59.0
61.0
64.5
34.4
36.0
36.9
37.0
38.0
38.3
38.4
38.6
41.8
2 x MB Twinzer 15.5
2 x MB Twinzer 16.0
2 x MB Twinzer 16.5
2 x MB Twinzer 16.5
2 x MB Twinzer 17.0
2 x MB Twinzer 17.0
Drake Freewave 26
Drake Freewave 28
Drake Freewave 30
2 x Slot Box 13
2 x Slot Box 13
2 x Slot Box 13
2 x Slot Box 13
2 x Slot Box 13
2 x Slot Box 13
US 8"
US 8”
US 8”
15.5-16.5
16-17
16.5-17.5
16.5-17.5
17-18
17-18
14-26
14-33
14-34
2.3-4.7
3.0-5.0
3.3-5.3
3.5-5.5
4.0-6.0
4.5-6.5
4.0-6.0
4.5-6.5
5.0-7.0
6.2
6.4
6.6
6.8
7.0
7.1
6.3
6.4
6.7
6.3
6.42
6.84
7.03
7.1
7.14
6.4
6.5
6.8
TBC
TBC
TBC
TBC
TBC
TBC
TBC
TBC
TBC
-
-
-
-
iSonic Speed W44
iSonic Speed W49
iSonic Speed W54
iSonic Speed W58
iSonic 80
iSonic 87
iSonic 90
iSonic 97
iSonic 107
iSonic 110
iSonic 117
iSonic 130
UltraSonic 147
53
64
72
82
80
87
90
97
107
110
117
130
147
225
230
230
231
238
238
231
231
231
230
228
228
240
44
49
54.5
58
58
59
63
65.5
69.5
75.5
80
85
93
25.6
29
33.7
36.1
36.4
36.8
39.2
43.7
47.9
50.7
54.1
58.3
64.4
Without Fin
Without Fin
Without Fin
Without Fin
Without Fin
Without Fin
Without Fin
Without Fin
Without Fin
Without Fin
Without Fin
Without Fin
Drake R13 58
Tuttle
Tuttle
Tuttle
Tuttle
Tuttle
Tuttle
Tuttle
Tuttle
Deep Tuttle
Deep Tuttle
Deep Tuttle
Deep Tuttle
Deep Tuttle
18-24
22-28
26-32
28-34
28-34
30-36
32-38
34-40
36-44
38-46
38-46
44-52
54-62
5.1-6.2
5.6-7.0
6.2-7.8
5.6-8.6
5.1-7.0
5.1-7.0
5.1-7.8
5.6-7.8
6.2-8.6
6.2-8.6
7.0-9.2
7.8-9.6
7.8-12.0
4.5
4.7
4.9
5.4
5.3
5.4
5.6
5.7
6.0
6.4
6.7
7.2
8.0
6.0
6.0
6.2
6.6
6.8
7.2
7.4
7.7
9.0
-
-
-
-
-
Phantom 295 L
Phantom Race 377
Phantom Race 377 L
217
263
TBC
294
377
377
72.0
67
67
52.0
49.1
49.1
Drake Venom 54
Drake R13 Race NR 52 + Daggerboard 78
Drake R13 Race NR 52 + Daggerboard 78
Deep Tuttle
Deep Tuttle
Deep Tuttle
44-56
45-55
42-56
5.5-9.5
6.5-9.5
6.5-9.5
12.9
TBC
-
13.09
-
-
-
-
-
Formula Experience One Design
Formula 167
117
160
216
228
92.5
100.5
69.8
77.9
Drake Race 70 Ready to RACE
Without Fin
Deep Tuttle
Deep Tuttle
60-70
60-70
7.5-12.5
8.5-12.5
8.9
-
-
11.4
-
-
-
-
AtomIQ 100
AtomIQ 110
AtomIQ 120
100
110
120
235
235
235
68.5
74.5
80.5
43.8
47.8
51.2
Drake FreeRide Glide 36
Drake FreeRide Glide 38
Drake FreeRide Glide 40
Power
Power
Power
30-38
34-42
36-44
5.0-7.0
5.5-7.5
6.0-8.0
TBC
TBC
TBC
-
-
-
-
-
-
Futura
Futura
Futura
Futura
Futura
Futura
93
101
111
121
131
141
93
101
111
121
131
141
238
239
240
246
246
246
61.5
65.5
69.5
72.5
76.5
80.5
40.6
42.7
45.9
47.8
50.1
49.9
Drake Venom 36
Drake Venom 38
Drake Venom 42
Drake Venom 44
Drake Venom 48
Drake Venom 50
Tuttle
Tuttle
Tuttle
Tuttle
Tuttle
Tuttle
28-38
30-40
34-44
36-46
40-50
42-52
4.0-7.0
4.5-7.5
5.0-8.0
5.5-9.0
6.0-9.5
6.5-10.0
6.1
6.6
6.9
7.1
7.4
8.0
6.5
7.1
7.2
7.6
8.0
8.7
-
-
-
-
-
Carve
Carve
Carve
Carve
Carve
Carve
111
121
131
141
151
161
111
121
131
141
151
161
246
252
252
251
251
254
66.5
72.5
75.5
79.5
81.0
85.0
42.6
47.0
48.7
49.9
51.5
52.0
Drake Freeride Power 380
Drake Freeride Power 420
Drake Freeride Power 460
Drake Freeride Power 480
Drake Freeride Power 500
Drake Freeride Power 500
Tuttle
Tuttle
Tuttle
Tuttle
Tuttle
Tuttle
34-40
36-42
38-46
40-48
46-54
46-54
5.0-7.5
5.0-8.0
5.5-9.0
6.0-9.5
6.5-10
7.0-10
TBC
TBC
TBC
TBC
TBC
TBC
TBC
TBC
TBC
TBC
TBC
TBC
-
8.5
TBC
TBC
TBC
TBC
TBC
-
-
-
121
131
141
151
161
Windsurfer
121
131
141
151
161
171
252
252
251
251
254
271
72.0
75.5
79.5
81.0
85.0
85.5
47.3
49.2
49.7
51.5
52.0
54.6
Drake Freeride Power 40
Drake Freeride Power 44
Drake Freeride Power 46
Drake Freeride Power 50 + Plug
Drake Freeride Power 50 + Plug
Drake Freeride Power 52 + Daggerboard 57
Tuttle
Tuttle
Tuttle
2 x Tuttle
2 x Tuttle
Tuttle
36-42
38-46
40-48
42-50
46-54
46-54
5.0-8.0
5.5-9.0
6.0-9.5
6.5-10
7.0-10
7.0-10
-
-
-
9.8
10.5
10.6
11.1
11.7
13.1
-
-
-
Kode Tufskin 113
Kode Tufskin 123
Kode Tufskin 137
113
123
137
231
235
246
67.5
71.5
74.5
44.1
46.3
47.3
Drake Freeride Glide 380 + Drake Shallow 310
Drake Freeride Glide 400 + Drake Shallow 310
Drake Freeride Glide 420 + Drake Shallow 310
2 x Tuttle
2 x Tuttle
2 x Tuttle
26-40
28-42
30-44
2.0-8.5
2.0-9.0
2.0-9.5
-
-
-
9.7
10.0
10.1
-
-
-
Rio
Rio
Rio
Rio
180
206
233
266
269
289
300
336
76.0
81.5
85.5
82.5
56.2
59.0
67.5
48.1
Drake Shallow 310 + Daggerboard 620
Drake Shallow 410 + Daggerboard 620
Drake Shallow 410 + Daggerboard 620
Drake Shallow FRN 220 + Daggerboard 620
Tuttle 3 Holes + Algaier
Tuttle 3 Holes + Algaier
Tuttle 3 Holes + Algaier
US 8" + Algaier
31-41
31-41
31-41
-
2-9.5
2-9.5
2-9.5
2-9.5
-
-
-
TBC
TBC
TBC
-
TBC
TBC
TBC
TBC
-
-
Start M
Start L
238
246
284
285
94.5
100.5
74.3
81.1
Drake Shallow 410 + Daggerboard 620
Drake Shallow 410 + Daggerboard 620
Tuttle 3 Holes + Algaier
Tuttle 3 Holes + Algaier
31-70
31-70
2-9.5
2-9.5
-
-
-
15.8
16.7
-
-
-
Gemini Mark II
384
399
100.5
87.2
Drake R13 Race 700 NR + Daggerboard Allgaier 620
Deep Tuttle
40-70
3.5-11
-
-
-
27.3
-
-
-
ProKids Quad
ProKids Flare 81
Formula Experience ProKids
ProKids Go 99
70
81
117
93
223
227
216
216
56.0
57.5
92.5
76.3
35.9
37.5
69.8
50.1
2 x Natural Wave 110 + 2 x Natural Wave 130 + Plugs
Drake 16 Ready to FreeStyle
Drake R13 Race NR 620 S-FLEX
Drake Freeride Glide 400 + 2 x Drake Shallow 310 + Plugs
2 x Slot Box 10 + 2 x Slot Box 13
Slot Box 13"
Deep Tuttle
Tuttle
10-15
54-66
34-44
2.3-4.7
2.5-5.5
5.5-8.5
2-7.5
-
-
6.0
TBC
-
10.3
TBC
-
-
-
WindSUP
WindSUP
WindSUP
WindSUP
WindSUP
WindSUP
WindSUP
Wave 8'10"x32" Electric Blue
10'0”x34" Electric Blue
11'2”x30" Electric Blue
12'0”x32" Electric Blue
12'0”x36" Electric Blue Summerboard
12'2"x30" FreeRide Planning
12'2"x30" FreeRide Dagger Board
142
191
185
205
267
237
237
271
306
345
370
363
373
373
80.0
85.5
77.5
82.0
93.0
75.0
75.0
48.3
46.5
40.0
42.6
42.6
39.0
39.0
2 x Drake Hexcel FCS 4.7 + 1 x Drake Hexcel 19
SUP 6" 3/4 + 2 x M7 + Daggerboard 57
2 X Drake Hexcel FCS 4.5 + Drake Excel 22 + Daggerboard 57
SUP 9" + Dagggerboard 57
Drake Shallow 22 + Daggerboard 57
Drake Hexcel Race 23 + Drake Shallow 41
Drake Hexcel Race 23 + Daggerboard 57
2 x Surfinz + US 8"
US 8" + 2 x Mini Tuttle + Clipperbox
US 10" + FCS + Clipperbox
US 10"
US 10" + Clipperbox
US 10" + Tuttle Box
US 10" + Clipperbox
-
4.7-6.5
4.0-7.0
4.0-7.0
4.5-7.5
4.5-7.5
-
-
-
-
10.4
13.4
TBC
14.9
TBC
TBC
TBC
-
-
-
WindSUP
WindSUP
WindSUP
WindSUP
9'0”x30"
10'0”x34"
11'2”x30"
12'0”x33"
ASAP
ASAP
ASAP
ASAP
137
191
185
205
277
306
345
370
77.5
85.5
77.5
82
46.2
46.5
40
42.6
SUP 6" 3/4 + 4 x M4.5 FCS
SUP 6" 3/4 + 4 x M4.5 FCS
SUP 8" + 2 x M4.5 FCS + Drake Shallow 41 + Plug
SUP 8" + Drake Shallow 41 + Plug
US 8" + 4 DFS
US 8" + 2 x DFS + Tuttle
US 10" + 4 x DFS
US 10" + 4 x DFS
-
4.7-6.0
4.0-7.0
4.5-7.5
4.5-7.5
-
-
-
-
-
TBC
TBC
TBC
TBC
-
WindSUP
WindSUP
WindSUP
WindSUP
9'0”x30"
10'0”x34"
11'2”x30"
12'0”x33"
ASAP
ASAP
ASAP
ASAP
137
191
185
205
277
306
345
370
77.5
85.5
77.5
82
46.2
46.5
40
42.6
SUP 6" 3/4 + 4 x M4.5 FCS
SUP 6" 3/4 + 4 x M4.5 FCS
SUP 8" + 2 x M4.5 FCS + Drake Shallow 41 + Plug
SUP 8" + Drake Shallow 41 + Plug
US 8" + 4 DFS
US 8" + 2 x DFS + Tuttle
US 10" + 4 x DFS
US 10" + 4 x DFS
-
4.7-6.0
4.0-7.0
4.5-7.5
4.5-7.5
-
-
-
-
-
TBC
TBC
TBC
TBC
-
WindSUP
WindSUP
WindSUP
WindSUP
WindSUP
9'0"x30"
10'0"x34"
11'2"x32"
11'2"x39"
12'6"x30"
Inflatable
Inflatable
Inflatable
Inflatable
Inflatable
Fun
Fun
Fun
Fun
Fun
TBC
300
330
405
302
274
314
338
341
386
76
87
83.5
99
78
TBC
43.9
43.1
73.15
35.4
2 x Drake Shallow 22
2 x Drake Shallow 22
2 x Drake Shallow 22
2 x Drake Shallow 22
2 x Drake Shallow 22
US 8”
US 8”
US 8”
US 8”
US 8”
-
2.5-7.0
2.5-7.0
3.0-7.0
3.5-7.5
4.5-7.5
-
-
-
-
-
-
TBC
TBC
TBC
TBC
TBC
WindSUP
WindSUP
WindSUP
WindSUP
WindSUP
9'0"x30"
10'0"x34"
11'2"x32"
11'2"x39"
12'6"x30"
Inflatable
Inflatable
Inflatable
Inflatable
Inflatable
Deluxe
Deluxe
Deluxe
Deluxe
Deluxe
TBC
300
330
405
302
274
314
338
341
386
76
87
83.5
99
78
TBC
43.9
43.1
73.1
35.4
Drake Shallow 22 + Daggerboard 57
Drake Shallow 22 + Daggerboard 57
Drake Shallow 22 + Daggerboard 57
Drake Shallow 22 + Daggerboard 57
Drake Shallow 22 + Daggerboard 57
Fast Box + Clipperbox
Fast Box + Clipperbox
Fast Box + Clipperbox
Fast Box + Clipperbox
Fast Box + Clipperbox
-
2.5-7.0
2.5-7.0
3.0-7.0
3.5-7.5
4.5-7.5
-
-
-
-
-
-
TBC
TBC
TBC
TBC
TBC
Go
Go
Go
Go
Go
Go
76
US 8” + 2 x SB 10
62
220
223
227
228
229
230
231
231
67
70
74
77
82
87
92
100
73
80
86
92
101
110
Technora
215
87
NuEvo
NuEvo
NuEvo
NuEvo
NuEvo
NuEvo
Wood
Finbox
Quad
Quad
Quad
Quad
Quad
Quad
Quad
Quad
67
70
74
77
82
87
92
100
Carbon
Fin
Black box 87
Weight (kg)
Recommended
sail range
Tail width
Length
Weight (kg)
Recommended
fin range
Width
Volume
S
M
L
XL
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Carbon, Wood, Technora weights +-5%. Inflatable, Tufskin and A.S.A.P. weights +-6%. Weights are estimates, use for indicative purposes only. Please refer to weights that are regularly updated on our website. Sail ranges and fin ranges are recommended indications.
All specifications and board photography in this catalogue are for indicative purposes only, subject to change without prior notice. Inflatable dimensions are estimates since the nature of these boards don’t allow for accurate dimensional specifications to be printed.
77
Size 8.5 x 12 in.