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Classified Category: Standup Paddle BoardClassified Tags: sup, Starboard, Paddleboard, race, and flatwater


This is a beautiful board, and if you've ever owned a Starboard, then you know what it's like to have the very best quality. They are built to impress and to last a lifetime. This board is top of their line and structurally/functionally like day 1, no damage and no repairs, and so you're getting the best for less than half the price of new! At 14x25 and 25lbs. with race rudder, this board is best suited to the smaller paddler, that is to say that if you are more than 160lbs then there are better boards out there for you (I'm 170lbs). I really like how it feels on edge in flat water, locks in tight (as opposed to wobbly feel). It is designed to fly in flat water, light chop and upwind conditions:  "The “Race” was born by breading all the speed elements of the Sprint and some of the user-friendliness and sea keeping ability of the All Star. The Race has an efficient chop-penetrating-nose with its slender and round shape. It is a bit less stable than All Stars of similar sizes. The low front rocker maximizes the waterline and makes the board extremely competitive on flat water." Also, I have a like new light racing paddle that I would include for $100 (77"long, 97 square inch blade).


Price: $1450
Address: 237 Edgebrook Dr
United States
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