windsurfing planches Starboard 2016 Isonic -20%
|Isonic 97 -20%||Carbon||97L||4 038 $CDN||3 230 $CDN||Oui|
|Isonic 107 -20%||Carbon||107L||4 038 $CDN||3 230 $CDN||Oui|
|Isonic 114 -20%||Carbon||114L||4 038 $CDN||3 230 $CDN||Oui|
Fast racing machines designed for the highest top speeds and the highest average speeds, for the
quickest accelerations and powerful overtaking abilities throughout a wide wind range.
As tradition demands, Starboard’s 2016 iSonics have been upgraded across the range with all-new shapes, with Starboard’s largest test and development program verifying
performance in the different conditions of Vietnam, Maui, Thailand, New Caledonia and Marseille. The new shape evolutions aim to transfer mechanically more power from
the sailor to the board in the light-medium wind models, gain efficiency with new rail shapes and new wetted-surface area designs on key models.
134, 124, 114 : 7mm higher rails 0 to 120cm. New deck shape for the back foot to get more
toe-pressure: earlier planing, more acceleration and higher top end speed from increased
134, 124, 114, 107, 97, 90, 87: sharper rails at the critical 45cm area of the rail. This
improves water release for more efficiency – for faster top end speeds, a better ability to plane
through lulls, more bite upwind and more power reserve for overtaking.
124, 114, 107, 97: new deck shape in the jibe area for more jibing comfort, more toe-pressure
and a faster exit from the jibe
124: shorter by 2 cm. The length of the rockerline’s tail flat is increased by 5cm. 1.5cm wider
outline and keeping the narrow tail end: the model with the most performance progression over
114: 1.5cm wider outline and keeping the narrow tail end: second best progression and exact
same feeling on the water as the new 120.
97: 5mm lower rails for added control and easier, faster jibes. 1.5cm wider outline for earlier
planing, more acceleration, higher top end speed.
Low nose concept: for reduced drag and added
Double Winger design: improves water release for
higher speeds and allows the tail outline to be narrower.
Tail winger and side cuts: minimize the tail area for
maximum efficiency. Improve water release for sharper
acceleration, better performance through wind lulls and
higher top speeds.
Deep deck concave for more control, a more
vertical sail position and to help close the gap between
the foot of the sail and the deck of the board.
Heel extensions allow the board to be powerful and
ergonomic under the feet and extra-narrow in the tail for
a most efficient planing surface.
|Construction||Volume||Longueur||Largeur||Poid||Fin box||Fin size||Grandeur de voile|
|Carbon||97L||231 cm||67 cm||5.8 kg||Tuttle||Without fin||5.6-8.2|
|Carbon||107L||231 cm||71 cm||6.2 kg||Deep Tuttle||Without fin||6.2-8.6|
|Carbon||114L||231 cm||76 cm||6.5 kg||Deep Tuttle||Without fin||7.0-9.2|