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4 48817 Mon April 26, 2004
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75% of reviewers $213.33 3.3

Board Specifications:
Length: 112 cm
Mid width:
Tip width:
Rocker height:
Rocker type:
Stance options:
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.
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    Preston Duke

    Registered: January 2003
    Posts: 150
    Review Date: Wed May 28, 2003 Would you recommend the product? No | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 2 

    Pros: Durable construction, molded channels, fun 3 stage rocker.
    Cons: Too narrow, rails are too fat ( hard to sink the edge), foam doesn't grip well.

    I prefer Cassette decks ALOT more. This deck is fun, but uncomfortable. It pops good, and the three stage rocker keeps the board on your feet. It doesn't seem as smooth in rough water as wood decks. The foam griptape is no good, my feet were slipping all over the place. If you are worried about durability in a wood skate, buy two instead of putting down $300 for this.

    Registered: February 2003
    Posts: 116
    Review Date: Sun June 15, 2003 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $230.00 | Rating: 5 

    Pros: foam. durability, channel, edging
    Cons: bubbles in foam you have to let out with a pin

    I really love this board. It rides higher in the water than the cassettes do so it is easier for me to ollie. I get more pop going w2w with this board and the channel allows me to ride it finless and still have a little grip. Plus the foam makes it easier to try tricks that I would hate to grip taped on.
    Todd Armstrong

    Registered: February 2003
    Posts: 758
    Review Date: Tue September 2, 2003 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $200.00 | Rating: 3 

    Pros: Durable, nice step down rail
    Cons: Concave was to narrow, and there was little pop for ollies, bubbles under EVA top

    This a good deck, but not what I was looking for. There was to much flex in the board when you drove down your rear foot for ollies. The stock fins are way to big, I put some .7" Belmonts on it and the ride was great. The rail was a little to sharp for lip tricks and would hang up. This is a great w2w board but not the best all around.

    Registered: August 2003
    Posts: 4656
    Review Date: Mon April 26, 2004 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $210.00 | Rating: 3 

    Pros: good both finless and with fins
    Cons: bubbles in foam

    Nice board.. but you do have bubbles in the foam top and foam doesnt grip as well

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