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Starboard Whopper AST SUP Paddleboard

Starboard Whopper AST SUP Paddleboard
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Description: Starboard Whopper AST SUP Paddleboard

Quick to turn and yet broad enough to stabilize you during tricky wave action and paddling out, the Starboard Whopper AST SUP Paddleboard White 10ft x 34in is a do-it-all, compact SUP that can handle being thrown into varied surf. Maneuverability is at the top of this board's scorecard, despite the ample width. It catches waves with ease and tracks well, a joy to ride for all levels of ability. Only the ideal SUP shapes endure Starboard's fast-paced development program for multiple seasons: the Whopper makes that list. The design features mono-concave nose section to flat middle and tail V.

Key Features of the Starboard Whopper AST SUP White 10ft X 34in:
  • Length: 10'0" 304.8 cm
  • Width: 34" 86.4 cm
  • Thickness: 4.1" 10.4 cm
  • Tail Width: 18.4" 46.7 cm
  • Volume: 168 L
  • Center Fin: Hexcel 170
  • Side Fins: M4.7"

Whopper AST


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Good deal
Erik K on Jan 11, 2014
Good deal
Erik K on Jan 11, 2014
This is what my husband wanted.he did the research.
Celia W on Nov 25, 2013
This is what my husband wanted.he did the research.
Celia W on Nov 25, 2013
is shipping free?
A shopper on Jun 25, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Windsurfing boards are excluded from our free shipping offers as they must be shipped via truck. Freight charges on a windsurfing board are $125 within the US (excluding AK and HI)
Can i get a deck pad?
A shopper on Feb 28, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The starboard deck pad fits it. The pad will need to have a hole cut in the center for the carry cut out. I bought a road and never put it on because the whopper has a sandpaper like texture on the deck. Haven't needed the road yet. Hope this helps.
I am about 125 pounds, 5'10." Would you recommend this board for me? Is it too wide? Is there a more ideal size board for my weight? I would do flat water and ocean riding. I am shopping for my first board, but would want it to last and be able to perform well even when I improve. Thanks.
Matt L on Apr 2, 2014