When the Jackson All Star made its debut at the Teva Games it stormed onto the podium with paddlers Stephen Wright with record high freestyle score of 1310 points, followed by Nick Troutman on 1295, and Dustin Urban on 1040.

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Jackson All Star 2010 – Review

The All Star range from Jackson Kayaks has probably been the most popular design of park and play kayaks over the last couple of years. 2013 has seen a major update in the design but plenty of pre-2013 boats can still be found.


From Jackson:

Our most popular playboat of all time still available to everyone!- Those who want to make their playboating game bigger, better, faster, and easier have been flocking to our highest performing and easiest paddling All-Star yet.

Short, fast, loose, and goes huge on loops, wave tricks. The Jackson 2010 Allstar dominated the Worlds as a boat that is legend in how it takes your playboating to the next level!

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With solid and simp,e to use/customise outfitting the All Star will suit a wide range of paddlers. Within the series are a couple of different sizes to accommodate smaller or larger paddlers.

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The All Star has a great hull design which will allow a paddler to progress quickly but at the same time isn’t a hand full for the paddler just starting out in freestyle. Easy to roll, easy to loop and a joy to surf.

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All Star Specifications:

Length: 5′ 10″
Width: 25-3/4″
Height: 13-3/4″
Volume: 55-1/2 gallons
Cockpit: 20-1/4″ x 34-1/2″
Weight: 30 lbs
Target Weight Range: 130-200 lbs.