Starboard Evo 80
|4,0 - 6,0
Bought 2nd hand in Belgium in January 2010. In 2009, I often hadJP FSW 84IIsailed at sea and noticed that if there were waves, theJpwas too fast and could not turn short enough to be able to play golf properly. So at the end of 2009 decided to look for a real golf row board. So that's what this Starboard Evo 80 has become.
This board is fairly easy to check. Feels very flat and wide under your feet, but turns wonderfully.
I only sailed the board once in the end, not because it wasn't a good board, but because I went to sail more Slalom and therefore got rid of this board. Just had too much stuff.
Since in 2010 I started focusing more on Slalom this board put up for sale anyway. Had a lot of stuff at home. Sold in September 2010.
I actually only want to sail this board at sea in waves, so5.3and4.7most dangers will become sizes.4.2and5.9I'll try it sometime, but are both on the verge of what's possible on this board, so I don't know if that's pleasant yet.
I got the original fin, aDrake Evolution Wave 21cmin the m.m. But it was no longer in super condition. I had anotherMFC Goya Onshore 22cmlie. To have an extra fin to test a23.5cm Fanaticpurchased with it.