Starboard 2009 - Añadidas Isonic - speed special - Futura

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Starboard 2009 - Añadidas Isonic - speed special - Futura

Notapor JAPS » Jue May 08, 2008 8:52 am

Presentan una nueva construccion Wood/Carbon como tope de gama (...y precio), manteniendo la construccion Wood y Techonora

EVO 2009

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EvoWood CarbonEvo WoodEXTRA VERTICALSummary: • The World’s most popular waveboards• For all-round maximum waveriding performance for riders of all styles and all sizes and all conditions • New 66, 70, 75 and 80 shapes• New WoodCarbon Technology option• Dur-X construction on the Wood option• Integrated heel bumpers on all modelsEXTRA VERTICALIntroducing the 7th generation Evos. The evolutionary compact wave boards in Starboard’s line-up. Since their introduction in 2003, the Evos have become the most popular waveboards in the World by a mile, and they remain the only production boards in the world to have won a PWA World Title. Many have followed, yet the Evos continue to set the benchmark in their ability to maximize wave-riding performance in the widest variety of wind and wave conditions. Suitable for all riders from pros to progressing wave-sailors, the Evos make the most of every ride with their ability to maintain speed on the wave face, flow through tight turns and project big aerials off the lip. For all-round maximum waveriding performance for riders of all styles and all sizes, the choice is clear and simple: the Evo is the one. It’s the formula that is the drive behind the Evo’s popularity its number one status.The new WoodCarbon constructionThe new Evos are available in Dur-X Wood and WoodCarbon. The Dur-X Wood version continues with the same technology as 2008, a construction that has been refined since 2000 to provide the industry’s leading warranty figures and the most reliable lightweight boards to date. Double sandwich construction, oversized reinforcements and a full 0.6mm wood skin (deck and bottom) for maximum rigidity, strength and dynamic shape integrity.The WoodCarbon Evos are built using an ultralight, flat-weave carbon skin with a 0.6mm Wood layer that runs along the spine of the deck. Through optimal mechanical efficiency, the flat-weave carbon offers more tensile strength and stiffness than traditional woven carbon fibres at a lower specific weight, while the wood spine on the deck adds rigidity, strength and dynamic shape integrity. The bottom of the WoodCarbon Evos feature a single sandwich PVC construction with double PVC stringers for additional compressive strength and resistance to buckling.New ShapesThe Evo 66, 70, 75 and 80 are all new shapes that continue to build on the same formula with a refined design to take waveriding performance another level further.The Evo 66 is an all new shape developed specifically with Dream Team rider Boujmaa Guilloul. It is longer than its predecessor with a more aggressive nose shape and new rail shapes brought over from the 2008 Acid 74 to add more aggressivity to its style portfolio. It can be ridden compact and short, or turn with more drive with a more drawn-out style. The Evo 70, 75 and 80 feature a thinned out-deck for a lower centre of gravity that brings more control and a more accurate response. The nose design has been sharpened up for a more aggressive style and the new Evo 70 in particular has a refined tail outline that provides more drive. The Evo 90 and Evo 100 shapes remain unchanged, with the Evo 100 continuing to provide the market’s unique choice in the heavy weight segment.Other featuresThe back footstrap on the Evos uses four screws instead of the conventional two screws - ultimate strength and a mechanically twist-free function. All Evos feature integrated heel bumpers.
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EXTRA VERTICALUltra-strong Dur-X construction label on the Wood modelsNew WoodCarbon construction option featuring flat-weave carbon and a wood spine.Soft surf-board rail shapes for a smooth flowing carveDouble-screw fittings for the back footstrap for maximum insert shear resistanceMono-concave to double-concave hull shape for maximum gripDrake Natural Wave CNC G10 wave finsHeel bumpersNew, more aggressive nose shapeWide and short compact outlines for a wide wind range, more responsiveness and reduced swing weight.Thinner deck profile for a lower CG on the Evo 70, 75 and 80Suitable sail types are sideshore wave, onshore wave and crossover sails.Compared to the Evil Twins, the Evos with their single fin set-up are quicker in a straight line with better planing and upwind performance that makes them more versatile in all conditions.The Evil Twins hold more speed in tight turns with more top-turn drive and more squirt for a new wave-riding style with flowing transitions carrying greater speed. They work best in consistent sideshore conditions where speed and planing is not an issue. Compared to the Kodes, the Evos are more ‘evolutionary’: they offer a wider range of performance by making the most of all conditions. They have a more flowing riding style with a better ability at carrying speed on smaller waves and through tight turns. Carrying more speed on smaller waves and having wider outlines make for big aerials and the overall waveriding sensation steps up to a higher level. The Kodes would be more suitable for those looking for a classic rail biting, hard-edged style of fast and aggressive waveriding, with more straight-line speed and better, faster freestyle perform-ance.*Wood and WoodCarbon weights are subject to +-5% tolerance. These weights are estimate figures. Final weights are not available at time of print and will be updated on to the website. Sail range and fin range are recommended indications.
Technical specifications
*ProductCodeNameVolume(litres)Length(cm.)Width(cm.)Tail Width(cm.)Weight(Wood Carbon)(kg.)Weight(Wood)(kg.)Sail Range(m2)FinFin Range(cm.)Fin box
STB09EVW6STB08EVWC66Evo 66 WoodEvo 66 Wood Carbon662235333.72.3-4.7Drake Natural Wave 21018-22US 8”
STB09EVW70STB09EVWC70Evo XTV 70 WoodEvo XTV 70 Wood Carbon7022955.535.5 3.0-5.0 Drake Natural Wave 22019-23US 8”
STB09EVW75STB09EVWC75Evo XTV 75 WoodEvo XTV 75 Wood Carbon75233.555.536. 3.5-5.5Drake Natural Wave 23020-24US 8”
STB09EVW80STB09EVWC80Evo XTV 80 WoodEvo XTV 80 Wood Carbon80233.558.539.4 4.0-6.0Drake Natural Wave 24021-25US 8”
STB09EVW90STB09EVWC90Evo XTV 90 WoodEvo XTV 90 Wood Carbon9023662.539.2 4.5-6.5 Drake Natural Wave 25022-26US 8”
STB09EVW100STB09EVWC100Evo XTV 100 WoodEvo XTV 100 Wood Carbon1002376339.5 5.0-7.0 Drake Natural Wave 26023-28US 8”

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KODE 2009 Reemplaza a la Acid y Kombat (según las medidas claro) 68, 74, 80, 86, 94, 102, 112, 122 en su politica de reducir el número de modelos que se presentan ... (tal como hicieron fusionando Carve y Stype en Futura)

WHAT IS THE KODE?The Kode. Starboard’s flagship range for 2009. The result of two years of intense R&D involving an unprecedented number of riders and designers to shape, test, tweak and refine the ultimate wave-freestyle collection.Nine designers: Boujmaa Guilloul, Scott McKercher, Kevin Pritchard, Tiesda You, Svein Rasmussen, Jim Drake, Sven Akerboom and freestyle specialists Taty Frans and Kiri Thode. Five countries across four continents: Australia, Vietnam, Maui USA, Thailand and Gran Canaria Spain. The ultimate wave-freestyle collection, available in WoodCarbon, Wood and Technora, available in eight sizes: 68, 74, 80, 86, 94, 102, 112, 122. This is the Kode.New shapesThe formula for the new Kodes is based on speed and aggressiveness with maximum maneuvering versatility, for wave riding, freestyling or simply jibing. Old school freestyle, new school freestyle, driven bottom turns, tight cut-backs, side shore surf, onshore surf, back foot jibes or front foot jibes – the Kodes have a style fit for aggressive riders hungry for speed and power in all conditions.Rockerline: all the Kodes are based on fast rockerlines as the basis for speed, early planing and acceleration. A subtle tail-kick release edge provides a free-flying riding sensation and a smooth carving nature in tighter turns.Vee: all the Kodes feature the spiraling vee concept that creates more vee in the front of the board than in the tail. This spiraling vee delivers front foot carving power and a forgiving nature in rotational freestyle moves.Rails: all the Kodes have a rail shape with a harder release edge and a lower apex. This provides a more aggressive and sharper rail biting sensation with more speed and acceleration.Outlines: outlines all follows a compact concept to provide a quick and responsive ride. Individually adapted to fit each size, the largest Kodes have the most rounded outlines and the smallest Kodes have the straightest outlines.Special features on the Kode 68, 74, 80Heel bumpers; double insert screws for the back foot; extra double PVC stringer reinforcements on the WoodCarbon models. Dur-X construction on the Wood and Technora models.Special features on the Kode 86, 94, 102No heel bumpers for a lighter and more direct feel; Inboard and outboard insert position options.Special features on the Kode 112, 122Enlarged cut-aways and new fins for more speed, quicker accelerations and improved jibing performance. No heel bumpers for a lighter and more direct feel; Inboard and outboard insert position options.Available in WoodCarbon, Wood and TechnoraWoodCarbon - the combination of a wood spine and ultralight carbon: a new composite material matrix that sets a new benchmark. The technology is the first board construction in the World to utilize an ultralight carbon fibre that is flat-weaved for total mechanical efficiency. The unidirectional flat-weave fibre generates equal tensile strength as biaxial or woven carbon fibre, yet at half the specific weight. A layer of 0.6 Australian pine wood runs along the spine of the board to provide rigidity, additional structural integrity and to increase strength in the most solicited areas of the board. The Kode 68, 74, 80 and 86 WoodCarbon use biaxial flat-weave carbon layers and additional PVC stringers on the bottom for extra strength.The Wood and Technora versions continue with the same specifica-tions as 2008, constructions that have been refined since 2000 to provide the industry’s leading warranty figures and the most reliable lightweight boards to date. The Kode 68, 74 and 80 are built to Dur-X standards: double sandwich construction, oversized reinforcements and on the Wood Dur-X models, there is a full 0.6mm wood skin (deck and bottom) for maximum rigidity, strength and dynamic shape integrity.
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WHAT IS THE KODE?Fast rockerlines are the basis for speed, early planing and accelera-tion. A subtle tail-kick release edge provides a free-flying riding sensation and a smooth carving nature in tighter turns.Drake Natural Wave CNC G10 fins – designed by Mark Nelson (68, 74, 80, 86 models)Drake Crossover CNC G10 fins - designed by Curtis Hesselgrave (94, 102 models)Drake Freeslalom Swift Carbon Prepreg fins -designed by Tiesda You (112, 122 models)Heel Bumpers on the 68, 74 and 80 modelsDouble-screw fittings for the back footstrap for maximum insert shear resistance (Kode 68, 74, 80 models)Spiraling vee concept creates more vee in the front of the board than in the tail: more front foot carving power and a more for-giving nature in rotational freestyle moves.WoodCarbon: ultralight UD carbon and a wood spine on 94-122 models, Biax Carbon and double PVC stringers on the 68-86 models.Wood: Starboard’s trademark lightweight construction with industry leading reliability and maximum dynamic shape stability. Dur-X label on the 68-80 models.Technora: the bomb-proof sandwich core construction with the easiest maintenance and highest durability. Dur-X label on the 68-80 models.Harder release edge rails with a lower apex: more aggressive and a sharper rail biting sensation with more speed and accelerationThe most suitable sail types are sideshore, onshore wave sails, freestyle sails and no-cam freeride sails.

Compared to the Evos and Evil Twins, the Kodes are more aggressive in their delivery of speed and power. They have a more hard-edged carving incisiveness combined with a more classic rail–to-rail waveriding character. The Evos and Evil Twins are more suitable for a different riding style: more flowing and more fluid.Compared to the Flares, the Kodes are also adapted to waveriding. They offer a more classic crossover feel, blending the ability to wave-ride, to blast at high speed, to jibe aggressively and to freestyle. The Kode’s convertible features like the inboard/outboard insert positions allow for a more optimum freeride tuning. The Flares are pure-freestyle orientated.Compared to the Futuras, the Kodes are more adapted to waveriding and freestyling. In freeride settings, the Kode have a much more dynamic and aggressive feel. The Futuras are faster and more comfortable boards made for freeriding across a wider wind range without compromise towards wave-riding or freestyling.ProductCodeNameVolume(litres)Length(cm.)Width(cm.)Tail Width(cm.)Weight(Wood Carbon)(kg.)Weight(Wood)(kg.)Weight(Technora)(kg.)Sail Range(m2)FinFin Range(cm.)Fin boxSTB09KDW68STB09KDWC68STB09KDT68Kode 68 WoodKode 68 Wood CarbonKode 68 Technora6822853.533.73.0-5.0Drake Natural Wave 21019-23US 8”STB09KDW74STB09KDWC74STB09KDT74Kode 74 WoodKode 74 Wood CarbonKode 74 Technora74234.55433.53.3-5.3Drake Natural Wave 22020-24US 8”STB09KDW80STB09KDWC80STB09KDT80Kode 80 WoodKode 80 Wood CarbonKode 80 Technora802345634.13.5-5.5Drake Natural Wave 23021-25US 8”STB09KDW86STB09KDWC86STB09KDT86Kode 86 WoodKode 86 Wood CarbonKode 86 Technora8623758.538.54.0-6.0Drake Natural Wave 25022-26US 8”STB09KDW94STB09KDWC94STB09KDT94Kode 94 WoodKode 94 Wood CarbonKode 94 Technora9423662.539.24.5-6.5Drake Cross Over 30023-33US 8”STB09KDW102STB09KDWC102STB09KDT102Kode 102 WoodKode 102 Wood CarbonKode 102 Technora1022376542.65.0-7.5Drake Cross Over 28024-34US 8”STB09KDW112STB09KDWC112STB09KDT112Kode 112 WoodKode 112 Wood CarbonKode 112 Technora112237.56844.35.2-8.5Drake Freeslalom Swift 36026-40TuttleSTB09KDW122STB09KDWC122STB09KDT122Kode 122 WoodKode 122 Wood CarbonKode 122 Technora1222367246.55.5-9.0Drake Freeslalom Swift 38028-42TuttleTechnical specifications**Wood, Technora and WoodCarbon weights are subject to +-5% tolerance. These weights are estimate figures. Final weights are not available at time of print and will be updated on to the website. Sail range and fin range are recommended indications.

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Flare 2009

FREESTYLE WITH FLAIR At the top of the R&D agenda for 2009, Dream Team Taty Frans, Nicolas Agkaziyan, Kiri Thode and Sara Quita Offringa have set ambitious goals for the new freestyle range, working with Tiesda You to produce the World’s lightest freestyle boards and the most advanced shapes.The World’s lightest boardsStarboard’s WoodCarbon technology is the first board construction in the World to utilize an ultralight, pure unidirectional carbon fibre that is flat-weaved for total mechanical efficiency. The unidirectional flat-weave fibre generates equal tensile strength as biaxial or woven carbon fibre, yet at half the specific weight. A layer of 0.6 Australian pine wood runs along the spine of the board to provide rigidity, additional structural integrity and to increase strength in the most solicited areas of the board. WoodCarbon - the combination of a wood spine and ultralight carbon: a new composite material matrix that sets a new benchmark. The World’s lightest boards.New shapesBuilding on the success of the 2008 Flares, the 2009 Flare 98 and 106 are designed to bring even more speed and acceleration to the mix. The core evolution comes from a new DFC (Dual Flat Concept) rockerline, inspired by the results from the iSonic R&D program. The DFC rockerline features a short, flat tail section from 0cm-30cm and a secondary flat that extends from 30cm to 95cm. This extended flat provides an extremely fast ride with a new level of acceleration and early planing.Any other shape changes?The width of the Flare 98 has dropped by 2.5cm and the length is shorter by 2cm to regain more top-end speed and maneuvering accuracy in high to medium winds. The boards are thinned out to lower the centre of gravity for more control. The length of the the Flare 106 remains at 239cm for greater tolerance and more lightwind float. The front footstrap angle has been increased from 45 degrees to 55 degrees.Other featuresStarboard’s trademark freestyle feature, the heel gut-ters, continue on all models, providing an exaggerated deck dome for more comfort and more grip. The tail shapes pack some extra volume for more float and tolerance during reverse and sliding transitions. The back footstraps use four screws instead of the conventional two screws for extra strength and a mechanically twist-free function. The Flare 88Together with the Flare 60 and 72, the Flare 88 shape continues unchanged for 2009 with its slalom rockerline and slalom vee. It remains the team’s weapon of choice for high wind conditions or lighter riders - now also available in WoodCarbon.
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FREESTYLE WITH FLAIRSlalom rockerline for speed and acceleration in the 88New DFC rocker in the 98 and 106 for improved speed, early planing and acceleration without compro-mising on maneuverabiltyHeel gutters exaggerate the deck dome effect for more comfort and gripDrake Crossover CNC G10 fins - designed by Curtis HesselgraveDouble-screw fittings for the back footstrap for maximum insert shear resistanceThinner shapes for a lower CG: maximum aerial control and increased responsivenessIncreased tail volume for more float and tolerance in reverse movesWoodCarbon: the world’s lightest board construction that combines ultralight UD carbon and a wood spine.Wood: a unique freestyle specific construction that combines Carbon/Kevlar under a full layer of wood: lightweight, high impact resistance and stiff.Suitable sail types are Freestyle sails. Freeride and Wave sails can be suitable too.Compared to the Kode range, the Flares are quicker in acceleration and are better in freestyle aerial control, reverse sliding and rotational sliding. They are built lighter and feature inboard footstrap settings only, with no compromise towards waveriding or freeriding. The Kodes would be more suitable if the rider is looking for more carving maneuverability with advanced wave-riding performance, freeride blasting ability and recreational-freestyle ability all in a ‘one board’ package.Compared to the Futura range, the Flares are more dynamic and offer more dedicated Freestyle abilities by not compromising on aerial control and natural responsiveness. They would not perform as well as the Futuras for straight-line, jibing and blasting conditions which the freeride Futuras are dedicated at. The Futura range would be more suitable for those who don’t try freestyle maneuvers, and spend more time blasting, jibing and free riding.*Wood and WoodCarbon weights are subject to +-5% tolerance. These weights are estimate figures. Final weights are not available at time of print and will be updated on to the website. Sail range and fin range are recommended indications.Technical specifications*Product CodeNameVolume(litres)Length(cm.)Width(cm.)Tail Width(cm.)Weight(Wood Carbon)(kg.)Weight(Wood)(kg.)Sail Range(m2)FinFin Range(cm.)Fin boxSTB09FLW88STB09FLWC88Flare 88 WoodFlare 88 Wood Carbon88238.56036.04.5-6.0Drake Cross Over 22020-24US 8” STB09FLW98STB09FLWC98Flare 98 WoodFlare 98 Wood Carbon98237.56342.15.0-6.8 Drake Cross Over 24021-26 US 8”STB09FLW106STB09FLWC106Flare 106 WoodFlare 106 Wood Carbon1062396542.75.2-7.0Drake Cross Over 26022-28US 8”
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Evil Twin 2009 Twin Fin. En un principio se especulaba con que se podría configurar en single o multi fin pero por las fotos parece que es solo twin

Evil Twin Wood CarbonEvil Twin WoodTHE EVIL TWINSummary: • The new generation twin-fin waveboards• A variation of the Evo theme: carries more speed through tight, agressive turns with more flowing transitions• New WoodCarbon Technology option• Dur-X construction on the Wood option• Integrated heel bumpers on all modelsTHE EVIL TWINAre you Evo or are you Evil? The new Evil Twin – in the words of ScottMcKercher: a variation of the Evo theme. With new shapes developed around the concept of a twin fin set-up, the Evil Twins offer the opportunity to ride powerful waves in a new style that is as close as it gets to pure wave surfing. The Evil Twins hold more speed in tight turns with more top-turn drive and more squirt for a new wave-riding style with flowing transitions carrying greater speed.The genetics of Evil Twin come not only from the Evos but also the original 1997 Starboard Twister wave board, developed by Scott McKercher and Svein Rasmussen and tested in Cabo Verde over a decade ago. The Evil Twin bottom shape features a tail-biased rocker and a monoconcave front hull shape that provides drive on the wave face with a smooth flowing response. The new outlines are designed around the set-up of two fins placed side by side, with more curvature in the tail section that flows into a mild swallow tail. The rail shapes are soft like those of the Evos, inspired by surfboard rails for a smooth flowing feel, and the nose shapes are sharpened up for a more aggressive look.The new WoodCarbon constructionThe Evil Twins are available in Dur-X Wood and WoodCarbon. The Dur-X Wood version continues with the same technology as 2008, a construction that has been refined since 2000 to provide the industry’s leading warranty figures and the most reliable lightweight boards to date. Double sandwich construction, oversized reinforcements and a full 0.6mm wood skin (deck and bottom) for maximum rigidity, strength and dynamic shape integrity.The WoodCarbon Evil Twins are built using an ultralight, flat-weave carbon skin with a 0.6mm Wood layer that runs along the spine of the deck. Through optimal mechanical efficiency, the flat-weave carbon offers more tensile strength and stiffness than traditional woven carbon fibres at a lower specific weight, while the wood spine on the deck adds rigidity, strength and dynamic shape integrity. The bottom of the WoodCarbon Evos feature a single sandwich PVC construction with double PVC stringers for additional compressive strength and resistance to buckling.Other featuresThe back footstrap on the new Evil Twin uses four screws instead of the conventional two screws - ultimate strength and a mechanically twist-free function. All Evil Twin boards feature integrated heel bumpers.Special NoteThe Evil Twin 74 is available for May delivery.The Evil Twin 80 is available for July delivery.
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THE EVIL TWINUltra-strong Dur-X construction label on the Wood modelsNew WoodCarbon construction option featuring flat-weave carbon and a wood spine.Soft surf-board rail shapes for a smooth flowing carveDouble-screw fittings for the back footstrap for maximum insert shear resistanceMono-concave to vee hull shape for maximum gripDrake Evil Fin CNC G10 wave finsHeel bumpersNew, more aggressive nose shapeWide and short compact outlines for a wide wind range, more responsiveness and reduced swing weight. Extra tail curvature to work with the twin fin set-upSuitable sail types are sideshore wave, onshore wave and crossover sails.Compared to the Evos, The Evil Twins hold more speed in tight turns with more top-turn drive and more squirt for a new wave-riding style with flowing transitions carrying greater speed. They work best in consistent sideshore conditions where speed and planing is not an issue. The Evos with their single fin set-up are quicker in a straight line with better planing and upwind performance that makes them more versatile in all conditions.Compared to the Kodes, the Evil Twins are ‘evolutionary’ with their compact shapes: they offer a wide range of performance by making the most of all conditions. They have a flowing riding style with the ability to carry speed on smaller waves and through tight turns. The Kodes would be more suitable for those looking for a classic rail biting, hard-edged style of fast and aggressive waveriding, with more straight-line speed and fast freestyle performance.Product CodeNameVolume(litres)Length(cm.)Width(cm.)Tail Width(cm.)Weight(Wood Carbon)(kg.)Weight(Wood)(kg.)Sail Range(m2)FinFin Range(cm.)Fin boxesSTB09ETW74STB09ETWC74Evil Twin 74 Wood Evil Twin 74 Wood Carbon7423055.535.513-17Drake Evil 160x213-17US 8” STB09ETT80STB09ETWC80Evil Twin 80 Wood Evil Twin 80 Wood Carbon80232.55836.614-18 Drake Evil 160x214-18US 8”*Wood and WoodCarbon weights are subject to +-5% tolerance. These weights are estimate figures. Final weights are not available at time of print and will be updated on to the website. Sail range and fin range are recommended indications.Technical specifications*

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Re: Starboard 2009

Notapor Guillemws » Jue May 08, 2008 10:58 am

Tienen muy buena pinta, sobretodo la Evil Twin. El diseño esta bastante acertado, siguiendo su linea y la construcción wood/carbon mucho mejor para tablas de olas/freestyle, habrá que ver el precio...

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Re: Starboard 2009

Notapor joselito (Güabe T) » Jue May 08, 2008 2:42 pm

Vaya información más completita [ojos] muchas gracias.
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Re: Starboard 2009

Notapor matt » Jue May 08, 2008 2:48 pm

muy buen reportaje [aiba]
gracias por la info
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Re: Starboard 2009

Notapor Jaume » Jue May 08, 2008 3:47 pm

proto starboard 2010

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Re: Starboard 2009

Notapor ciscoe80 » Jue May 08, 2008 8:47 pm

Hace poco estuve en el photoshoot de starboard para 2009, y os aseguro que las nuevas tablas van muy bien, han estado desarrollandolas bastante y la nueva tecnologia en mi opinion muy acertada ya que le da una ligereza extra, y en el agua parece que no llevas nada en los pies. Dentro de poco pondre unas fotillos del viaje, cuando me las pasen. un saludo.
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Notapor joselito (Güabe T) » Jue May 08, 2008 9:05 pm

jaume escribió:proto starboard 2010

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2010???? [loco] lo que tiene que pensar la gente que se ha comprado su starboard 2008 nueva pensando en que tenía lo último, y ahora se encuentra con ésto... [aiba] Deberían ser mas cucos los de starboards a la hora de probar material.
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Re: Starboard 2009

Notapor ciscoe80 » Jue May 08, 2008 9:15 pm

En los photoshoot de todas las marcas hay protos en desarrollo que prueban todos los riders del team, aprovechando que estan todos juntos para comparar ideas, es de lo mas normal. te lo digo por que lo he visto y los he escuchado hablando del rocker del tal del cual, pero todos desde unos hasta otros. saludos
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Re: Starboard 2009

Notapor pepevauban » Mié May 14, 2008 10:42 pm

Alguien me puede decir que tal va la kombat del 2008, 89l wood??, gracias. yo tengo la fanatic freewave 88l del 07 y quisiera saber las diferencias
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Re: Starboard 2009

Notapor Fernando ESP-71 » Jue May 15, 2008 8:02 am

Hola Pepe..
Yo tenia la Kombat 87 en 2007 y una evo 75. Me gustó tanto la Kombat y ley un poco sobre ella que termine por quedarme con una acid 80 como unica tabla para 2008.
Lo que te quiero decir es que la Kombat y la Acid comparten desarrollo, rocker, outline y las diferencias las encuentras en los cantos y en las posibilidades de posicionar los footstraps, haciendo que la una acid mas polivalente y permisiva.
La Kombat/Acid a absorbido lo novedoso de la evo, pero conservando rasgos de las tablas de olas clasicas, con lo que es una tabla muy maniobrable, pero comoda de navegar y saltar.
espero que te oriente un poco
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Re: Starboard 2009

Notapor pepevauban » Jue May 15, 2008 10:42 pm

Gracias por contestar, pero ahora me pones en duda entre acid y kombat [aiba] .
aunque creo que me pillare la kombat 89
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Re: Starboard 2009

Notapor Fernando ESP-71 » Vie May 16, 2008 7:30 am

son muy parecidas, pero la Kombat es mas polivalente entre otros por la posibliad de configurar los straps para freeride, mientras que la acid se limita a una buena tabla de olas. Creo que el criterio para elegir es claro. no?
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Re: Starboard 2009

Notapor JAPS » Mié Jun 04, 2008 9:21 am

Ahí va el anuncio en prensa de la Evil twin 2009 (en junio 2008 ¿?)

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Re: Starboard 2009

Notapor joselito (Güabe T) » Mié Jun 04, 2008 2:42 pm

Están locos estos de starboard... [loco]
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Re: Starboard 2009

Notapor JAPS » Lun Jun 23, 2008 2:46 pm

Mas ¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡

Isonic 2009 - Parece que tienen nuevo diseño de los "mordiscos" de popa .... raro que no aparezca ninguna wood carbon

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Speed special

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Futura 2009 - en rojo, azul y verde (ltd edition)

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Evo 2009 - Detalle construcción wood carbon

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