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  • Starboard Starboard Go 10'8 x 31" Lite tech

Starboard Go 10'8 x 31" Lite tech

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The Go from Starboard is an ideal board for the paddler looking for hard board performance in a relaxing fun general purpose paddleboard. (CUSTOMER COLLECTION FROM LLANBERIS OR FREE DELIVERY WITHIN GWYNEDD ONLY - THANKS)

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Starboard GO


Rigid paddleboards offer an increased paddling performance over most inflatable boards. The Go form Starboard is designed to bring these benefits to paddlers who don't necessarily want to buy a race board or a touring board or a surf paddleboard. 


The Starboard Go is a general purpose, all-round board which delivers relaxing fun by the bucket full. At 10'8 long by 31" wide this paddleboard is great choice for novice paddlers who are looking for a nice stable platform to build up their skills and confidence.


The hull has a generous bottom concave which iSUP's are unable to replicate, this increases board stability and improves glide.


Rated 10/10 by SUP Boarder Mag for ease of use.


Wide nose and tail adds stability especially in choppy water or when you stand towards the back of the board for turning.


Reinforced shoulder carry strap inserts so you can add a shoulder carrying strap.


Bungee tie down for storing bags while on the water.


Starboard Litetech construction provides performance characteristics at an affordable price. Stiffness is increased with unidirectional stringer bands and reinforced nose and rail sections, additionally Australian pine is used under the standing area for extra resistance.


The Starboard Go is a great option for paddlers who are looking for a general purpose paddleboard suitable for a wide range of paddlers.



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