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2016 Starboard Whopper Junior Wood

Was: $2099.00 Now: $1430.00
Style #2021160101002

2016 Starboard Whopper Junior Wood

Was: $2099.00 Now: $1430.00
Style #2021160101002

Description

The Starshot Red Whopper Junior by Starboard has the same design features as the Whopper but is tightened up with a smaller easier to maneuver, turn and transport frame.

"We Love this board for the pure fun factor it brings! It's a wave magnet and can turn on a dime with perfect glide and stability on flat water! Whats not to love it's a mini version of the infamous Whopper."

Features:
33” width gives stability and float for riders up to 220lbs
Shorter length makes it easy for all riders to carry and transport.
Bottom Shape: “Mono to double concave to tail concave”
Mono-concave gives lift feeding to the double concave for lift and control with rail-to-rail turning.
Tail concave accelerates the water flow towards fin, while very slight V offers a cleaner release.
Generous nose kick makes pearling close to impossible.

Length: 9'5" Width: 33" Thickness: 4.4" Tail Width: 18" Volume: 166L
Suggested Rider Weight Range: 110-220lbs

Wood Technology:
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.

Style #2021160101002