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Starboard Wide Point 11’2” 2017 review / Beginner Surf

Starboard Wide Point 11’2” 2017 review / Beginner Surf

SUPboarder looks at the biggest board in the Starboard Wide Point range. Like all the Wide Point’s, the 11’2″ at 32″ wide, makes for a great stable board for the heavier rider or a paddler wanting to get in to the waves with a bit more stability. The Wide Point is a big board with a real surf shape at its heart, and with more glide than anything we’ve tested before the Starboard Wide Point 11’2” is certainly FUN…

Board details:
  • Length        11′2”
  • Width         32″
  • Thickness   4.6″
  • Volume      198l
  • Fin set up  2+1 / US box Centre Fin 185 Light Core & 2 x FCS 4.7” Light Core
  • Weight       12.8 kg
  • Rider size   85-115kg

For more information about the Starboard Wide Point 11’2” check out the Starboard website here.

If you have used this board or have any questions or comments about this board please leave your comment below. Also if you want to compare the Starboard Wide Point with other boards on the market check out the SUPboarder equipment guide here.

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Review overview
Starboard Wide Point 11'2''