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Unregistered
4th December 2008, 08:17 PM
hi
can anyone point me in the right direction where i can get large starboard stickers for mysail/car?
thanks

Remi
5th December 2008, 03:36 AM
Hi Unregistered,

Simple, the Star-Board dealer or in in case he don't have your Natioanl distributor.

All the best

Robbie Stevens
4th January 2011, 06:41 PM
hey. i have been surching for sail stickers for my race and wave sail and cant seem to find any big enough.
can someone point me in the right direction for some large starboard / red bull stickers.
chears.

BelSkorpio
4th January 2011, 11:23 PM
Have the same problem.
Each time I ask my local SB dealer, he's run out of stickers.
Damn hard to get any ...

Robin P
1st March 2011, 02:36 AM
I have the same dam problem.

I want to find a good used FW board, and there are no local dealers in South Florida.
i want to get stickers for all my sails becasue I love the Tiki man and also love Starboard.
If I was rich, or have wonthe lottery or be a famous celebrity with lots of cash to spend, I would buy all Starboard boards quiver.

I love WINDSURFING with Starboard

Unregistered
1st March 2011, 09:03 AM
Why on earth do people think there should be a never ending supply of free stickers ?
Particularly the big ones which may well cost a few quid to print.
Stop whinging, go to your local print shop and get them printed yourself.

Robin P
2nd March 2011, 12:46 AM
where i live there are no printing shops.
With all the new boads and new quiver Starbboard stuns us every year, it is imposible that the supply of stickers will ever end. C'om man,... we are talking bout Starboard and not a local low budget shaping store.

Unregistered
3rd March 2011, 08:54 AM
You dont need a print shop.
You are on the interweb.......google something like "online stickers" and there are a million or so firms.
Just imagine you could re-design the Tiki to suit your sail colours, size, underwear or indeed anything you like !
Furthermore, you would have something completely different to Joe Public whilst (almost) maintaining the Tiki integrity.
What a good idea.

Unregistered
3rd March 2011, 08:58 AM
The reason SB are a bit tight with stickers is that they have just spent 500k on their new SUP brochure...
Have you seen it ?
Its like a Volume of Encyclopaedia Britannica.
634 pages covering 234 different models with 133 sizes to each model.
And there is a picture of each one.
How on earth does all that work ?

nicolo.piccolomini
5th March 2011, 01:24 AM
there should be a link somewhere on your local starboard sticker dealer. i live in italy (in rome) and they sent me a whole bunch for free in just 3 days and they sent them all the way from a town close to milan.

Unregistered
7th March 2011, 09:18 PM
for the unregisted living in Rome,

can you send me some free stickers to South Florida?
i will pay for delivery.

Unregistered
6th August 2014, 06:26 PM
Nice suggestions but I used to work in the computer/vinyl department of the top architectural sign making company in the Bay Area and without the actual separated artwork (not a jpg file!) the machine can't cut the sticker. Plus the Tiki is printed on clear vinyl so that there is material between the artwork, a factory thing. I actually made Loft Sails stickers that covered their entire company vans but they sent me the separated artwork and all of the stickers were cut in solid colored vinyl.

I've also called many Starboard dealers all over the USA and none have them (even the shop where I bought my 3 Futuras from in the Gorge!). One company in Florida that I thought had them sent me these 5 foot tall square stickers with a million perforated holes in them for dealers walls that wouldn't work at all.

I am willing to pay for them say anywhere around $15 for each sticker plus shipping costs which seems fair considering they likely only cost them $5 if that. Cost is not the problem here.

Too bad Starboard doesn't have an office in the US that we could contact and order from.

Actually if anyone has the email for a shop worldwide that speaks English and has them I would order from them. I order classic car parts from England all the time.