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100% of reviewers $100.00 5.0

Board Specifications:
Length: 109.22 cm
Mid width: 15.3"
Tip width: N/A
Rocker height: 2"
Rocker type: Three Stage
Stance options: Unlimited
Fin configuration: Two 1.4" Resin glass fins
Skill level: All Levels
Construction: Wood with grip top
MSRP: $129.95
Web Site: CassetteWakeskates.com

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  • Manufacturer's Description:
    The 9 ply flat deck comes through again this year as our all around performer wakeskate line. Improvements over last year's design include: cleaner lined shapes, more nose and tail rocker, new graphics, and a pair of glass cassette fins that come stock with every linear perspective grip model. A limited edition "Linear Perspective" graphic will be on the first run of these decks featuring Tim, Thomas, Drew and Cole. We're offering a 40", 41", 43", and 45".

    Linear Perspective Features:
    9-Ply wood decks - Stiff deck for maximum ollie pop. True skate feel.
    Less buoyant than a wakeboard. Sits lower in water and tracks better during edging.
    Marine epoxy outer seal - Keeps deck true to it's form. Prevents warpage and damage to the wood.
    Grip tape decking surface - Maximum grip, minimal weight. True skate grip. Feet stick to deck.
    3 stage rocker - Flat-spot creates slow centered neutral handling point on board for initiating maneuvers like shuvits. Transition from center stage to kick stage creates quick snap for ollie pop off the water.
    Exaggerated kick nose and tail - Enables skater to flick ollies like they would on a skateboard, and creates abrupt transition from center to kick.
    Squared off nose and tail - Cleanest release off the water. Maximizes tail area for best pop in ollies.
    Rounded/ Half-Domed rails - Smooth tracking while on edge. Rolls through rough water smoothly.
    1.4" Resin glass fin with 2 screw system - (Comes standard with grip) Better edge control, and better control for landing tricks. 2 screws make fin stronger and more durable on sliders.
    Keywords: Cassette Linear Perspective


    Registered: January 2003
    Posts: 1531
    Review Date: Wed May 28, 2003 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $100.00 | Rating: 5 

    Pros: cost, durability

    The flat cassette is great if you don't want to pay a lot, but still get an excellent wakeskate. It's around $100 and well worth it. I haven't had any issues with warping or breakage. I also think the flat baords are easier to teach people on than a concave. I love the cassette and prefer grip tape to foam.

    Registered: March 2004
    Posts: 3
    Review Date: Wed March 17, 2004 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $100.00 | Rating: 5 

    Pros: fun

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