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Description:

Board Specifications:
Length:136 cm
Mid Width: 16.7"
Tip width:N/A
Rocker height:2.45"
Rocker type:Blended 3 Stage
Stance options: 18"-24"
Fin configuration: 6 Fin
Skill level:Intermediate / Advanced
Construction: Polyurethane foam Aerocore, PBT top
MSRP: $390.00
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  • Manufacturer's Description:
    The true test of Jimmy and Kyle. Together they created what a real "Fun" shape should be. Every rider can appreciate this aggressive, yet forgiving shape. It's faster, pops harder and smoother, releases quicker, holds better than any other board in it's class.


    Board Features:

  • Bump/ winged/ rounded/ squash tail shape - This more advanced shape channels water and provides release points for the fins. Fuller tail for increased pop.

  • Sculpted/ Ribbed top deck - Lighter, more pleasing, stronger than ever

  • Quad/ Cupped Fin setup - 4 fins aligned to keep the board loose, flowing, and in control at all times Cupped fins are more effective in every aspect, hold better, release quicker, and faster with less drag

  • Increased "Subtle" 3 stage/ continuous rocker - First in it's class. Smooth, consistent, forgiving, super solid pop. Geared for today's bigger wakes

  • Variable Edge Rail Shape - Soft in the center, sharpens as it nears the tail
    Forgiving when neutral, locks and accelerates when weight is transferred to tail
    Clean sliding on rails
  • Keywords: Litmus 136


    Se7en

    Registered: May 2003
    Posts: 726
    Review Date: Tue July 26, 2005 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 5 

     
    Pros: Smooth Rocker, Forgiving Landings, Great Edge
    Cons: Shakey when on center, prone to catch an edge

    Picked up the Litmus 136 two days ago, I've only ridden it twice so far but to say the least I'm extremeley impressed.


    I switched over from a Byerly, and was expecting this board to ride a little slower than I was used too however the edge on the board is amazing and really lets me ride exactly how I want to.


    The cupped fins on the side are perfect, I'd expereienced them before on my Team 139, but improvements have definitely been made. They lock you on edge and keep you there right through the wake and at the same time will allow you to come off edge without worry.


    The Litmus seems to spin very well, moreso than the Byerly or Substance(Which I demo'd before I got the Litmus). The pop from the board is awesome, I've been landing most of my tricks way out into the flats, farther than I was with any other board.


    The only con I've noticed so fas has been when you ride the board flat, the rocker tends to make the board a little squirelly, but once you feel it you know how to ride it.


    I'm 6'1, 168lbs and the 136, while small looking, is perfect for me, my 3's and 5's have become much easier and the landings are super soft.


    This boards not for everyone, but I'd definitely reccommend it for those who ride like I do.


    5/5 Wakeboards


     
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