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2021 Starboard IGNITE

Starboard

THE NEW BOOSTING SENSATION

Freestyle with a twist 

Ultra-quick to plane, with plenty of volume thanks to its thick tail, the Ignite accelerates like a lightning bolt. Combine it with a hyper-fast top speed from its slalom rockerline, its short compact nose and you have a board made for the biggest jumps and the quickest jibes with instant exit speed. That thick tail simply floats you out of jibes at full-speed with so much ease. Switch to the supplied freestyle fin, set footstraps in their freestyle settings and the Ignite transforms into the extreme freestyle board that pops, accelerates and rotates extremely fast. The new Ignite RTF models are fitted with Foil Boxes, making them the Foil Freestyle choice. 

The new 2021 Ignite is available in RTF (Ready To Foil) edition. This model replaces the PowerBox with a Foil Box to enable Foil Freestyle mode. A Drake Freestyle fin rebased into Deep Tuttle is made specifically for the RTF foil box, making the board convertible between fin freestyle and foil freestyle. The shape of the Ignite carries over from 2020, a shape that mixes freestyle and super-speed. They are shorter by a massive 13cm compared to the previous generation to make them super reactive. They have a faster rocker with less tail kick to boost top speed and acceleration. The maximum thickness point is directly under your back foot and the volume distribution is more concentrated between your feet for total control.



“The new generation of freestyle boards, it has it all! The new concept freestyle, freeride just suit more people. The freestyle and freewave fin and the extra outboard strap insert makes it possible to put double straps on the back which is ideal for people just want to go blasting around for bump and jump! For freestyle the board is very easy for landing you moves. The short length helps a lot for radical power moves and the wide nose makes sure you still have stability for the classic moves.” Steven Van Broeckhoven Former Freestyle World Champion




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