10'5"x32" Wide Point

10' 5"
Width (in)
Weight (lb)

10'5"x32" Wide Point Options

  • Blue Carbon

    21 lb
    Carbon Composite
  • PineTek

    25 lb
    Polyethylene Plastic
  • StarShot

    24 lb
    Fiberglass Composite
  • StarLite

    24 lb
    Innegra Composite

    10'5"x32" Wide Point Description

    10’5” offers quick glide with fast entry into waves and more reactive turning. 32” width provides good balance and stability for cruising and surf. Pulled in nose and tail outline for maximum speed. Easy entry into smaller waves. Available in Blue Carbon, Pine Tek, Starlite and Starshot Technology. Bottom Shape: “Mono-concave to V with double concave to round V” Heavy midsection V and double concave makes effortless rail-to-rail transitions down the line for generating speed, feeding into a tail concave for tight fast cutbacks. Starboard uses inverted EVA deck pads to avoid waste, thus every second board will have a reverse color combination from what is featured.

    10'5"x32" Wide Point Specs and Features

    • Structure: Rigid / Hard Shell
    • Seating Configuration: Solo
    • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult, Larger Adult
    • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
    • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult, Larger Adult
    • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate

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    10'5"x32" Wide Point Reviews

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    This board is a surfing…

    Submitted by: RobbieIrl on 4/7/2021

    This board is a surfing machine! I downsized from an 11 2 Widepoint and I have an older 8-6 Hypernut. This board has loads of glide, and you can take on and easily catch anything from 1 foot to 10 foot with ease. I'm 215 lbs and 5-10. You can paddle the board for a couple of miles to get to a break and still have energy to spare. I surf in Ireland, Sligo & Donegal mainly. Pros: Everything you need for the big surfer. Cons: None apart from MAYBE the lack of the choice of a 10 - 0 in the Wedge range as a next board. The 10 - 2 wedge might be a good move, but moving down to a 10 - 0 would I think be better. I will stick with the 10 5 Widepoint for a while longer or until then.... It's a fantastic surf machine!



    Fun, maneuverale paddle surf…

    Submitted by: guest-paddler on 7/7/2016
    Fun, maneuverale paddle surf board 4 someone in the 220-230 LB range Pros It's my 2nd paddle surf board (I have 2 others for flatwater (12'6 hulled) and all-round 11' 6" NSP) and I've been paddle surfing for about 4 years. Light, good float (10'5" 178 lb volume), stable and great rocker. Very accommodating, especially if you like to just go for it impulsively as the wave is cresting. Good, durable surface material. Cons The wide front makes it a little slow on start -- harder to get a good glide from the start of a swell, like slimmer boards. Usage Home break is north Huntington Beach, CA. once or twice weekly year-round. Wifey likes it when we family paddle in the bay or in the mountains on camping trip. Nice and light for her or one of the kids.

    Tried the board. Compared to…

    Submitted by: guest-paddler on 2/5/2016
    Tried the board. Compared to the tank I am currently on I looked like a pro. Pros Tried the board. Compared to the tank I am currently on I looked like a pro. Cons Absolutely none. Usage Surfing

    I own both the 9.5 and 10.5…

    Submitted by: guest-paddler on 12/30/2015
    I own both the 9.5 and 10.5 Wide Point boards. Both are great in the surf, the 10.5 for knee high to waist and the 9.5 for anything over that. The 9.5 is shipped with fins that you can actually use and keep in the board… can't say that bout many manufacturers. The 9.5 is fast, durable, stable, and carves fantastic at 32' wide Pros The 9.5' is my go to board in any conditions due to it's stability, durability and maneuverability. At 60, the 32" gives me the rides of yesteryear. Cons None, Well Maybe One..Throw An In-Deck GoPro Mount On Next Years Model. Usage Paddle-Surf

    I love it and believe that is…

    Submitted by: guest-paddler on 10/14/2015
    I love it and believe that is a full exercise. Non stress and diversify. Putting all my family on it. Pros Motivates and teaches when look their videos on YouTube. Cons Not at all Usage Touring, Surf and Pleasure

    Excellent stability and…

    Submitted by: guest-paddler on 6/24/2015
    Excellent stability and tracking ; easy to carry even for those of us with petite sizes and small frames; easily gain confidence with its ease of use for a fast learning curve especially for novice; though its efficient design appeals to advanced SUP paddlers; very stable in rougher ocean conditions and easy to maneuver. this is for the carbon fiber version Pros very light, excellent tracking and speed despite its stability for the carbon fiber version Cons higher priced than most SUPs esp for the carbon fiber Usage touring, exercise open water with rougher conditions

    Bought 9'5 widepoint…

    Submitted by: guest-paddler on 5/26/2015
    Bought 9'5 widepoint starshot. Started chipping and cracking immediately. Very poor quality coating/finishing layer. Product description said great price, strong board. It is not a strong board. Will have to continue to have it mended. I went with Starboard because of the quality name in the market, this board should not be in their product line. Pros It is light weight. Cons The coating chips off continuously, company and distributor didn't stand behind their product even after over a month of correspondence with both. Usage Excercise

    I have the 10'5" AST version.…

    Submitted by: guest-paddler on 3/23/2014
    I have the 10'5" AST version. After demoing a bunch of different boards, I settled on this as my first board. A really good all round board as it can surf and paddle relatively easily enough. Plenty of float for a guy my size. (6'3", 230) and very stable. It's a fun shape that I can use in all kinds of conditions. Pros Great shape, very stable, plenty of volume for bigger guys, nice nose kick for takeoffs, pin tail offers good maneuverability. Cons Very wide (hence the stability and as the name implies) makes it hard to find a surf locker that fits. Usage Surf, touring

    Surfs great from small to…

    Submitted by: guest-paddler on 3/27/2013
    Surfs great from small to overhead surf. Surprisingly loose, yet tracks great. I'm thinking of getting the same board in 9'5. Pros Surfs great; very stable; catches small bumps with ease; great to put a first timer on as well Cons A little corky Usage Mostly surf; some touring; many days I paddle several miles checking a number of breaks from Old Mans to Ala Moana Courts (Oahu, south shore)

    My favorite all around board…

    Submitted by: guest-paddler on 9/25/2012
    My favorite all around board use it mostly for surfing the great lakes but I still grab it for flat water. I weigh 200lb and am 6' 2" and it floats me great. Pros Stable, light and fast. Catches a wave with ease. Cons have paddled alot of different boards and own 3 and have no complaints about it. Usage Surf, flat water, river all around
    10'5"x32" Wide Point