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Saturday, August 08, 2009


Starboard 7'2" SUP

We recently scored a couple of very hard boards to get a hold of...these are the smallest most high performance SUP's on the market...won't last long...special price, too...

The Starboard 7'2" x 29" "The Kid"...intent on getting younger riders on the water, Starboard released this SUP specially designed for kids...big or small...;-)

Here it is next to the Starboard 8'5" "Pocket Rocket"...another fav of our clients...
The most sold (and enjoyed) under 9' SUP on the planet...

The 7'2" is a compact, scaled down SUP to fit young light riders looking for a shape which provides enough directional stability while padding, and also rips when taken for a carve session in the waves, behind a boat or on the cable park. The rounded tail section, slender rocker and fine rails made the 7'2" an instant hit with the young SUP paddler, or waverider.

Scaled down to suit lighter body weight younger riders. Long enough to provide the directional stability needed to build forward speed. Short enough to totally shred when used on waves, at the cable park or behind a boat. Thinned down rails, make for very responsive feel in the turns, the rounded tail also helps those rail to rail transitions. As the board is short already a faster rockerline has been used. Overall a total hit with young Stand Up Paddle Surfers.

Here's Treve putting the 7'2" to the test on the Central Coast of Cali in this gallery...

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