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Starboard Wedge / Starlite 8’7″ x 32” (2021)

Reviewed by us on Dec 21, 2020

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Stability
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Wave catching
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Ability to turn
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Ease of use
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Fun Factor
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Fins & Fittings
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Weight
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Surf Use
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Build Quality
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Value
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Paul Ashton
Paul Ashton
1 year ago

Thanks to this review and and an opinion piece on Seabreeze, ordered this board. After a week of ‘real world average Joe’ use I can only say I think you underplayed this board. Simply astonishing how good it is. For me it is how intuitive it is, super stable, yet super sensitive. Still stoked from today’s session. By the way, we had a 15+mph offshore and still never missed a ‘good’ wave and already has me surfing to a better standard than a week ago. Thanks.

Reuben Ellis
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  Paul Ashton

Hey Paul, so good to hear you are super happy with your board. I do also think its a really good one.

Siegk
Siegk
1 month ago

Hi guys,
I am about 70 kg and have been on a 10’ isup surf longboard (140L) for a while. I would like to try and progress and looking for the next board. Around where I live most days we get 1-3 ft waves so I would like to get something that can also make use of that. Was wondering whether the 8 7 Wedge starlite  would be suitable or should I go bigger e.g. 9 2 or 10 2?

Reuben Ellis
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1 month ago
Reply to  Siegk

Hi Siegk, Thanks for sending over your question. Because you are a lighter rider the 8’7 could be really good for you. You will still have a good amount of stability but not have a board that is too big and easy to use.
The good thing about a board like the Wedge is it will allow to progress loads before you will want to change down to maybe a narrower board in the future. Any help ? Thanks Reuben

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