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    Senior Member tooold2dance's Avatar
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    look a lot like A Jaeger Stone board


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    I read on a dutch forum a rumour that starboard is coming end of may with a vanguard/ssd based board...
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    course they all have have one


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    I gather *board have a board coming out for 2016 called the Reactor. I believe it will be round nose and double diamond tail like the new stone boards. I would be surprised if Mark Stones name ended up on the boards, but hey stranger things have happened.

    The dimensions will be interesting with the fanatics at 77L- 212x55 and 88L- 215x57 to me the seem aiming towards the more expert sailor. I guess going that fraction wider makes these boards really good at surf style in the smaller stuff when the wind is light. I'm still not sure how they will go in over mast high conditions like gnaraloo, but hey time will tell!

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    Couple of pics of the 77 version.
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    Main boards: Flare 101, NuEvo 86, UltraKode 80, Reactor 82, NuEvo 73. Powered by Severne Blades and S1s.

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    Could make travel a lot easier if they can get one up to a large FSW volume
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    Are these boards anything like the Simmer Frugal ? I tried the 88l Frugal and I would say that it's very exciting once you are turning on a wave, but for all-round general use I didn't like it as much as the other boards that I tested the same day (Goya 84 quad, RRD 83 quad etc). Having said that, I think that I would still go for it, and just put up with it's foibles / learn to get used to it.
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