Color Guide to Starboard Stand Up Paddle ranges

CARBON
SANDWICH
HYBRID
CARBON
CARBON BLUE
CARBON/
FOIL
PINE TEK STARLITE STARSHOT ASAP PADDLE
FOR HOPE
PANTONE
PROCESS
BLUE C
PANTONE
805 C
PANTONE
WHITE
PANTONE
PROCESS
BLUE C
PANTONE
805 C
PANTONE
PROCESS
BLUE C
PANTONE
294 C
PANTONE
805 C
PANTONE
PROCESS
BLUE C
PANTONE
294 C
PANTONE
805 C
PANTONE
PROCESS
BLUE C
PANTONE
WHITE
PANTONE
PROCESS
BLUE C
PANTONE
805 C
PANTONE
WHITE
PANTONE
300 C
PANTONE
2945 C
PANTONE
485 C
PANTONE
213 C

VIDEO

Repairing your Starboard Composite board

Repairing a Starboard Inflatable Board

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

If I ding (put a hole in) my board, should I stop using it?

Definitely. As soon as you notice you have a hole or crack thru the skin of your board you should exit the water immediately. The inner core of your board (EPS) absorbs water rapidly, which will increase the weight of your board. If you do happen to absorb water from a crack or ding, it is possible to drain it by leaving it in the sun for extended periods, but it will never get back to its original weight. Many new generation Starboards feature advanced fused cell core material for light weight and increased water resistance. Learn to properly fix your Starboard.

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