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Old 27th February 2013, 01:48 PM   #1
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Default Inflatable wind sup

Already on my desires...
Will the smaller "Whooper shape" 10' be suitable for wave windsuping?
Is it good the centreboard version that I prefer for this purpouse?
One could replicate (wood?) the fastbox inserts... and so doing make a powerbox-fastbox?
You are testing the market answer before going on with windsurps or there is already a 8'10" on project for 2014?
Footstraps inserts in a inflatable in the future.. too much?
Maximum suggested lenght of a fin using a fastbox?
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Old 5th March 2013, 01:02 PM   #2
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No suggestion from the staff? At least the answer to the first two questions could lead me to buy a Starboard Windsup for my travels...
And so give me the possibility to carry with me wave+freeride+longboard+windsup wave, 4 boards all in a SW car...
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Old 6th March 2013, 04:07 AM   #3
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Hi Nakino

The dagger version will not disturb you in wave but have the huge advantage for all the other case, like go up wind to get the waves for example.

The 10x34 will be the best one in the range to play in ligth winds with the waves

Insert footstraps, for the moment the Techology is not ready for it but you never know.

The fastbox is pretty strong, so same as a normal us box.

Hope this help

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Old 11th October 2014, 06:33 PM   #4
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Hi Remi,
I also have questions about Starboard 2015 Windsup 10' x 35'' applicability for in trip windsurfing.
How it would suit for light winds wheather is equipped with Starboard 6.5 m2 compact sail pack? What about planing at more strong winds? What is the compact sail pack weight & dimensions?
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