|25th August 2013 12:59 PM|
I have no experience with the Kode and I also won't buy one, mainly because I don't like the US fin box, but
may I ask why you would like to buy a Kode 113 or 123 ?
Is it because you like to do/learn some Freestyle tricks with little wind ?
What sails would you use on it and with how much wind ?
Would you use it on open sea or on lakes ?
I'm sure if you answer a few of these questions, they will get back to you.
|25th August 2013 12:15 PM|
|Unregistered||Probably been replaced by the new AtomIQ|
|25th August 2013 10:18 AM|
Any answers to these questions?
|22nd August 2013 08:27 AM|
1. I was asking myself which Kode (113 or 123) to buy as a big board beside my kode 86, I am 88 kg.
I saw that in 2014 these boards disappeard. Why? And which are the successors - if any?
How does the "old" kode 86 (2011) compare to the new kode 86 and kode 87 ?
Is it one board that was split into two? An allrounder fsw divided into a more freestyle-ride-move oriented (86) and a more wave (87) oriented? So then for a one board solution the old is better because of more wave capabilitied?
|17th August 2013 05:15 AM|
We are moving 2013 to 2014 Web site may be is the reason.
What is your question ?
All the best
|16th August 2013 06:58 AM|
your are producing good boards. But why is nobody from starboard answering questions?
If one wants to contact via homepage starboard r&d or sales or marketing it is just not working.......