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Starboard Asap Windsup SUP Paddleboard

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Material: Epoxy ASA
Hull Shape: Planing/Surf
Fins: Triple Fin
Traction Type: EVA Deck Pad
Windsurf: Windsurf Compatible
Recommended Use: Beginner, Windsurf, All Around, Flat Water
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Starboard Asap Windsup SUP Paddleboard

Take a chance on something new with the Starboard Asap Windsup Paddleboard! This offering from Starboard combines the best of both worlds, with a deck that can be used for windsurfing or stand up paddleboarding. The Asap features a compact design that is perfect for young or lightweight riders that are ready to get out onto the waves. Also included in this Starboard setup are a set of customizable thruster fins, as well as sidebiter fins and a removable tail piece. Try your hand at a new sport and cruise away with your very own Starboard Asap Windsup Paddleboard!

Key Features of the Starboard Asap Windsup SUP Paddleboard 9ft:
  • WindSUP 9' The most compact model, ideal for younger sailors. Available in ASAP only and supplied with a set of thruster fins, a set of sidebiter fins and a tail center fin.
  • Length: 9'0"
  • Width: 30"
  • Thickness: 4.1"
  • Tail Width: 18.2"
  • Volume: 137 L
  • Center Fin: 6 1/3"
  • Side Fins: 4.5"(Side fins not included)

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What is this board volume?
Robert E on Jul 10, 2014
Best Answer: The Starboard Asap Windsup SUP Paddleboard has a volume of 137 liters.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Jul 14, 2014
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What is the max rider size recommended for this board?
A shopper on Apr 19, 2014
Best Answer: The max weight for the Starboard Asap Windsup is right around 170 lbs.
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