RE: Difference between Starsurfer M and GO 129
I have had a go on a large starsurfer and it's actually quite a nice board. It is heavier than the aero but not by too much. It's quite tough and may be a good learning board for the lighter adult. Another big advantage is that it costs loads less than the carve.
If you need performance then it's not the board for you, but if you need a fun board that works well on the flat or even in light wind wave conditions then it is not a bad board
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