North Pacific Mullet vs. Starboard Drive

We’ve had some questions lately regarding the differences between the custom 10’2″ x 30″ x 4.5″ North Pacific Mullet and the 10’5″ x 30″ x 4.5″ Starboard Drive…the latter being the most sold 10′ range nose riding SUP on the market…it’s versatility also shines on flatwater because of it’s waterline and parallel rails…

At first glance one could view the boards as being similar…but, that’s kinda like saying that if you’ve seen one nose rider…you’ve seen them all…;-)

The devil is definitely in the details…

The Mullet has much more nose rocker and concave…

The tails are also quite different…plus, the Mullet can be run in quad mode…

The rails are different as well…the Mullet having 60/40 “Dick Brewer type” rails and the Drive having 50/50 neutral soft rails…

GALLERY…

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