Starboard All-Star 2021 14' x 24.5''

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  • $2,969.00
  • Regular price $3,299.00
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The All Star is a versatile yet excellent racing board as it can be used in races on different bodies of water from beginners to pro riders. The new standing zone offers more stability and control so the rider can concentrate his effort on maximum power strokes.

MAIN CHARACTERISTICS

SLIMMER TAIL OUTLINE

  • Better acceleration and faster glide per paddle stroke.
  • Having a thinner tail allows the nose of the board to be raised, which makes it easier to manage the trough-crest passages of the waves when going upwind.
  • During windward descents, the maneuvers are more reactive in the troughs of the waves.
  • Less volume in the tail allows it to sink more easily and therefore turn faster around the buoys.

STANDING AREA LONGER AND LOWER

The rider's center of gravity is lower, closer to the water. Thus the stability and control of the board is increased. In addition, riders can reach higher speeds and maintain it longer and easily.

COMPLETELY REDESIGNED HULL:

FROM ROUNDED V ON THE FRONT OF THE BOARD TO DOUBLE CONCAVE ON THE BACK
  • It allows the board to stand higher on the water and thus the latter to lighten more quickly with each stroke of the paddle. Paddling becomes easier, saving energy, which is valuable especially over long distances.
  • During sprints, the board offers better acceleration, because its hull slides and rests on a smaller surface in contact with the water.
  • In upwind, the board crosses the chop easily, without being slowed down by it, which allows you to maintain a good pace and paddling power.
  • In downwind, the board is faster and more responsive in maneuvers.
  • In side chop the board is easily manageable as with more buoyancy and lift between the bumps it is less affected by wave motion.

WOOD CARBON

GREAT RESISTANCE, REASONABLE WEIGHT, QUALITY-PRICE RATIO
  • The entire surface where you stand is reinforced with an Australian pine wood plate, in order to offer better resistance to impacts and to limit dents.
  • Unidirectional carbon reinforcements are positioned under the feet, to provide more durability and rigidity in an area highly stressed by compressive stresses during the movements of the rower.
  • Unidirectional carbon reinforcements envelop the rear, to further increase longitudinal solidity and allow rapid movement on the rear of the board.