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6 138690 Mon May 3, 2004
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67% of reviewers $218.75 3.7

Board Specifications:
Length: 140 cm
Mid width: 16.8"
Tip width: 9.6"
Rocker height: 2.7"
Rocker type: Subtle 3-Stage
Stance options: 18-24"
Fin configuration: Four .8" molded-in/Two 1.2" P-Wing
Skill level: Advanced
Construction: Biolite core
MSRP: $420.00
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  • Hyperlite Wakeboards

  • Manufacturer's Description:
    Created for skate influenced riders looking for a universal ride on the water or pvc. A link between the snap of a 3-stage with the feel of a continuous rocker. The way this series hooks on rails or releases off the wake might make it the "Premier" board.

    Premier Features:

  • 2.4"/2.6"/2.7" Subtle 3-Stage Rocker - a connected rocker line with the benifits of a 3-stage and continuous snap. (Rocker variance reflects 124cm/135cm/140cm)
  • Step Down Rail - a moderate rail, makes the board sit slightly lower on the water.
  • "V" Bottom Full-Length Tunnel - aids tracking and helps break up the water on landings.
  • Two 1.2" P-Wing Machined Aluminum Fins - designed for a quicker release and a moderate feel on the water.
  • Four .8" Deep Molded-In Fins - for a knees bent style of riding that relies more on the outer fin.
  • Shallow Cupped Rails - a slightly more responsive grip into a rail-ride turn.
  • Vented Channels - less friction on the water when on rail for a faster feel.
  • Jib Base - a stronger material with a more controlled feel for riders looking to get their jib on.
  • Universal board - designed by the next generation for all aspects of riding.
  • Keywords: Premier Biolite 140


    Registered: January 2003
    Posts: 1531
    Review Date: Wed May 28, 2003 Would you recommend the product? No | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 2 

    Pros: optional middle fin
    Cons: too slow, cost

    I didn't like this board at all. I was very happy looking forward to testing the board, then let down. It seemed way to slow going into the wake. I didn't really ever get used to the pop either. I thought the board felt a lot bigger than it was, it rode like a 43+. Overall I did not like the way it popped, the speed on edge, swing weight, or graphics. I liked the removability of the center fin, but that was it.
    Josh R

    Registered: January 2003
    Posts: 3163
    Review Date: Thu May 29, 2003 Would you recommend the product? No | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 2 

    Pros: The in-between board of the Hyperlite range
    Cons: Feels big... Feels heavy...

    Not the biggest fan. This board feels super heavy, and really larger than it is. The jib-base may add to the weight. The Prem is really a hybrid of all the other boards in the line up, so in theory it should take all the positive aspects of the HL range. In practice I found it just means it really doesn't excel at anything.

    Registered: January 2003
    Posts: 376
    Review Date: Thu May 29, 2003 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $225.00 | Rating: 4 

    Pros: removable fin, pop
    Cons: slow

    I really enjoyed riding this board. I think it is very good for all levels, especially because the more advanced can remove the center fin. I love this board finless. The pop is consistant but also gives a pretty good kick from the 3-stage rocker. The only thing i miss in this board is the speed.

    Registered: January 2003
    Posts: 3144
    Review Date: Mon June 2, 2003 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $180.00 | Rating: 4 

    Pros: soft landings lots of control decent po
    Cons: slow cuts heavy

    I love this board. It handles so smoothly and gives great pop with the softest of landings. It is a little slow when cutting but I still love it

    Registered: July 2003
    Posts: 670
    Review Date: Fri October 17, 2003 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $250.00 | Rating: 5 

    Pros: Pop, landings, rides well finless
    Cons: none I've found yet

    I love this board. I ride it without the center fin and it still edges really well, but is also easy to break loose. Jib base is great for sliders. I like the subtle 3-stage, is has a smooth transition up the wake but still gives a nice kick off the top. Overall it's just a really fun shape to ride.

    Registered: January 2003
    Posts: 18
    Review Date: Mon May 3, 2004 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $220.00 | Rating: 5 

    Pros: everything
    Cons: slightly heavy

    I've owned around 14 boards since I've been wakeboarding and ridden countless others...this board is perfect, it compromises nothing. I ride with no center fin, it holds great and pops huge. People above are saying its too slow, but too slow for what? I can do any trick I want on it. The only thing that I can see "wrong" is that it is a fairly heavy set-up, but I've found most hyperlites that way, and if you ride light bindings then theres no prob.

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