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  • Product Description 2012 Phoenix 'S' Project 142 Wakeboard:


    Transworld Wakeboarding Editor's Pick - "The coolest board I have ever ridden" Voted best boat & cable board by 2 Judges in the Alliance Magazine Gear Guide


    The Phoenix Project opens up a new spectrum of board designs and riding styles allowing a rider to push all the way up the wake, and as the tail passes thru the peak, it continues to build energy - not dampening the ride like most "flex" boards out there. A rider can feel the shift in board energy from the nose to the tail the longer they wait due to the unique lay up and wide 28" stance option. A deck that you session more like your favorite snowboard, timing the wake with a later pop. Or just ride it like a traditional board with a mellower snap and super forgiving landings. With the Phoenix Project's thinner profile and blended glass, you can feel a balance point- while pressing rails, the board flexes until it locks. A newfangled shape, winning the 2011 Alliance and Transworld favorite board of the year honors, for riders that want more of a snow/skate feel leaving the wake and added control on rails, or that just have a conventional style and want a smoother overall ride. For decades, our engineers have been developing different layups of glass, constructions, woods and foams to create a board that does one thing, store energy. New for this year, we have the Phoenix Project - S, lighter, a later kick, more feel on the water and control on rails.



    Product Features 2012 Phoenix 'S' Project 142 Wakeboard:


  • Full center rail creates a smooth transferring board from edge to edge
  • Blends to a more vertical sidewall in the tip and tail allowing the board to ride higher on the water with more glide speed
  • Most exaggerated bottom bevel starts out at 4 blending to 18 on the ends super forgiving
    and less likely to get hung up on rails
  • Deep symmetrical channels - help with acceleration thru a turn and push the rider into the wake
  • Subtle tunnel more efficient water flow and stabilizes landings
  • Rocker line carries a lot of speed up the wake making it easier for a rider to have a late take off
  • Sintered Base - The most durable non-stick base material we have ever tested on rails without loosing any glide speed on the water
  • Blended Glass - Our secret concoction absorbs more energy before rebounding it - a lightweight woven construction brings less swing weight and increased feel on the water to the board
  • Mod Pour - The highest strength to weight ratio we have ever tested - setting the standard of the most refined recipe of foam out there
  • 4 Slider Fins - A fin actually designed to be sessioned on rails, also for riders that like that finless feel, the wider design creates turbulence giving it a less gratuitous grip on the water
  • 4 Fiberglass 1.0" ramp fins
  • Versatile cable and boat board with a controlled flex
  • Ridden by Erik Ruck and Marc Rossiter
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