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Starboard Touring Lite Tech SUP Paddleboard



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Description: Starboard Touring Lite Tech SUP Paddleboard

Paddle around the lake with ease on the 2019 Starboard Touring Lite Tech SUP Paddleboard this summer. This Starboard SUP is a great choice for paddling calmer waters or training for your next race. The pointed nose helps this board to glide with less effort so that you can find yourself cruising faster for longer. The single fin setup makes the board easy to maneuver while the EVA deck pad keeps your feet comfortable. The standing area on this Starboard SUP is wider than on most racing or touring boards, giving you extra stability as you explore. This stand-up paddleboard is constructed with Starboard's new LITE TECH technology, making the SUP both stronger and lighter. Built with sustainability in mind, you can feel great about what you're paddling on. This season, grab the 2019 Starboard Touring Lite Tech SUP Paddleboard so that you can follow wherever adventure is calling you.

Key Features of Starboard Touring Lite Tech SUP Paddleboard
  • Single fin set up
  • Touring Dol-fin fin
  • LITE TECH technology
Model 12'6'' X 31'' TOURING
Length (imperial) 12'6''
Length (cm) 381 cm
Width (imperial) 31''
Width (cm) 78.7 cm
Thickness (imperial) 7.9''
Thickness (cm) 20.1 cm
Tail Width (Imperial) 20.5''
Tail Width (cm) 52 cm
Volume 284 L
Rider Weight 55-110 kg
Fin Set Up Single
Fins Dol-fin
Weight Lite Tech 13.2 kg (Est)
Bottom Shape Mono-concave

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A very stable and fast paddle board for a great price.
March 9, 2020
San Diego, CA, US
Age: 45-64
9 months ago

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Does the concave bottom help at all with paddling through chop?
Patricia P on Jan 23, 2020
BEST ANSWER: I have taken it out a few times in the open ocean with wind chop and have found the concaved bottom really makes it stable. It's really forgiving if you end up putting to much weight on one side. Also the nose really helps it cut through the chop.