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1 43602 Wed July 23, 2003
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100% of reviewers $258.00 5.0

Board Specifications:
Length: 107 cm
Mid width:
Tip width:
Rocker height:
Rocker type:
Stance options: Unlimited
Fin configuration: Two 1.3" disorder fins
Skill level: All levels
MSRP: $300.00
Web Site: Hyperlite.com

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  • Manufacturer's Description:
    This year Brian Grubb and Scott Byerly continued to push the boundaries of wakeskating by throwing down legit kickflips, bennihanas to fakie and building transfer railslides that wakeboarders wouldn't even hit. For 2003 Brian and Scott created a new style of skate. They redesigned their proven concave deck and kicktail for extra board control and ollie power, and added a new Jib base material. This material is torsionally stronger and more durable for the demands of skating in your own water park. All of our wakeskates come stock with our EVA deck and a skate designed 1.3" disorder fin. This fin has a longer running length, a shallow overall depth, strong edge hold and still releases quickly for technical tricks.
    Keywords: Byerly 107


    Registered: July 2003
    Posts: 2
    Review Date: Wed July 23, 2003 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $258.00 | Rating: 5 

    Pros: mad pop, sticky surface, smooth edging
    Cons: little bit more shaky in rough water

    This skate is tight. Once you find the sweet spot on the 3 stage rocker, it gets mad pop. The EVA surface is sticky with my Epic wakeskate shoes and old skate shoes alike. When the surface gets worn, I'll probably replace it with the same stuff. It's a little jumpy in rough water but overall its the best skate I've used.

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