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Old 06-01-2009   #1
 
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Hey everyone,
... so I just bought this new playboat recently without paddling it. :/ not the smartest thing I could have done I know, but i wanted to know if anyone else has had any experience with it or not. I haven't decided whether or not i'm crazy about it!
Thanks guys... and ladies.

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Old 06-02-2009   #2
 
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I bought a star last season. I was on the high end of the weight and size range. Now after a winter I'm on the other side of the weight range. I'm upgrading to an AllStar. So the question is are you within the weight and size range. If you are not you will not like the boat. If you are I think you will find the boat is very comfortable and a great playboat.
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I bought a star last season. I was on the high end of the weight and size range. Now after a winter I'm on the other side of the weight range. I'm upgrading to an AllStar. So the question is are you within the weight and size range. If you are not you will not like the boat. If you are I think you will find the boat is very comfortable and a great playboat.
Are you going to be selling this boat?
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I bought a star last season. I was on the high end of the weight and size range. Now after a winter I'm on the other side of the weight range. I'm upgrading to an AllStar. So the question is are you within the weight and size range. If you are not you will not like the boat. If you are I think you will find the boat is very comfortable and a great playboat.

I'm not tryin' to be a smartass (at least not this time).
If you were at the high end of the weight range of a Star and now you're at the other side (low end?) wouldn't the ALL Star be too big for you?

And to answer the original question, Rio was right: if you're in the correct size to fit you, the Stars are great boats.
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