9'5"X32" WIDE POINT
• 9’5” shorter length handles bigger sized waves and offers tighter and faster turning.
• Pulled in nose for dealing with hollower sections.
• Easy access to fun and performance for a range of weights and conditions.
• Available in Blue Carbon, Wood, AST Electric and Starshot Technologies.
• AST Electric has windsurf option.
Bottom Shape: “Continuous mono-concave”
• Fine rails forward for smooth entry acceleration with mono-concave bottom shape to V off
the tail for lift, speed and agility.
• Thruster configuration and tail kick for smooth on rail carving and aggressive cutbacks.
"Smooth fun turns with a magical stability to it."
The Wide Point has added drive through turns created by its flatter single
concave middle section. The widened nose and tail makes the board more stable paddling
through surf and the thinner rails increase the carving ability. It has plenty of nose kick to
prevent pearling in takeoffs, yet the overall flatter rocker allows the board to glide and catch
Compared to the Drive or Element, the greater outline curve of the Wide Point, plus increased rocker, provides heavier riders with a high-performance surfing shape that can compete with lighter riders on narrower boards. 32" width in the mid-section provides excellent stability.
Weight - Wood - 10.12kg
Light Core Centre
2 x Light Core side fins
Strong, light and exclusive. The original wood technology since 1994.
- 15 kg/m3 fused precision-molded cell core for light weight and increased water resistance.
- A 500 kg/m3 veneer of 0.6mm biaxial Australian Pine forms an outer layer on the deck resulting in extra impact resistance, rigidity and further improved overall hull integrity.
- A three-dimensional glass laminate is wetted out with high grade expanding epoxy resin. This creates a thicker impact resistant outer skin with increased overall hull strength.
- Glass rail reinforcements for extra stiffness against snapping when nose diving.
- Extra reinforcements are placed around all inserts, resulting in zero insert damage reports.
- Starboard pioneered molded wood technology in 1994 and first introduced it to their Surf and Windsurfing boards.