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5 34242 Mon August 18, 2003
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60% of reviewers $350.00 3.6
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Description:
Board Specifications:
Length: 133 cm
Mid width: 16.6"
Tip width: 10.3"
Rocker height: 2.6"
Rocker type: Abrupt 3-Stage
Stance options: 17-23"
Fin configuration: Four 1.3" A-Wing
Skill level: Advanced
Construction: Biolite core
MSRP: $440.00
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  • Manufacturer's Description:
    Designed for riders looking for firm transitions into the wake and our most explosive 3-stage pop. The Parks series rides so different than any other hyperlite board because of its strong characteristics on and off the water. Ready to conquer any challengers.


    Parks Features:

  • 2.6"/2.7"/2.8" 3-Stage Rocker - our most explosive rocker line. (Rocker variance reflects 133cm/138cm/143cm)
  • Deep Step Down Rail - the deepest Hyperlite step down rail. Adds to aggressive overall style.
  • Wide Tip/Tail Profile - rolls over smooth. Stands up higher through the wake.
  • Deepest Center Beam - super smooth landings even with a 3-stage kick.
  • Four 1.3" A-Wing Machined Aluminum Fins - designed for a quick reaction time and a stronger overall edge hold.
  • 11 Degree Angled Fins - create a smooth turn with a stronger bite once on a rail.
  • Keywords: Parks Biolite 133


    Josh R

    Registered: January 2003
    Posts: 3163
    Review Date: Mon May 26, 2003 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 3 

     
    Pros: Lots of pop, agressive
    Cons: Not a fan of the side fins. 0.7" are a MUST.

    This board is certainly an aquired taste. I tested it out for about 2 weeks, and came out with mixed feelings. I like the way it pops, but not as much as the Byerly. I don't really like the 4 fin config and the agressive tip and tail shape. It rides well once you figure it out, but it's not for everybody.


    Don't go out and buy this board just because it's got the name Parks on it. Demo it, and you will either love it or hate it. I'm somehere in between.
    B-rad

    Registered: January 2003
    Posts: 1531
    Review Date: Wed May 28, 2003 Would you recommend the product? No | Price you paid?: $350.00 | Rating: 3 

     
    Pros: Pop
    Cons: Love it or hate it, too grippy

    I agree that you are either going to love it or hate it. I don't care for the board at all. I think it tracks way too much and the pop is unpredictible. It does have a huge amount of pop though. I think adding the 0.7's would make a huge adjustment for the board. The board gripped the water too much and it took effort to break it free for surface tricks and butter slides. My friend that owns it loves the board like no other and wouldn't trade it for anything. This is definitely a NOT a beginner board. Demo this board before you think about purchasing it.
    Crash648

    Registered: June 2003
    Posts: 4
    Review Date: Tue June 24, 2003 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $350.00 | Rating: 4 

     
    Pros: very fast, great if you come from a slalom background
    Cons: unpredictable pop, i fell it doesnt always pop you up but will slash a little off the pop and send you strait out and not up

    all of the parks boards are love or hate, i am sitting in the middle love the speed of the parks but wish it had more of a byerly pop... not so much up but lets you hang in the air... which is where the TFD line comes into play but the size of the parks 133 is perfect for a 5'10 125 pound guy... hopefully in the next year or two hyperlite will make a TFD at a 134 or a 133 cm board... my old board was a 136 CWB which was great but just a little big for learning spins and inverts... so this board is on the line... its great for speed and lip and rail tricks... it just needs more of a predictable pop, with out feeling if you will know how high or out you will go...
    Butta Seeka

    Registered: January 2003
    Posts: 1970
    Review Date: Sat August 16, 2003 Would you recommend the product? No | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 3 

     
    Pros: Great pop and edge hold
    Cons: too grippy and too agressive

    I got a chance to ride it after a friend bought it, i ride a belmont 131 and since this board is a complete opposite i dident really care for it. Just dident liek the hold that it had on the water. The board just seemed huge while i was riding it.
    Goatwake

    Registered: May 2003
    Posts: 268
    Review Date: Mon August 18, 2003 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $350.00 | Rating: 5 

     
    Pros: hella pop
    Cons: fins too big

    Board is badass, the amount of pop is sweet. hella tracky with the 1.3 fins. with smaller fins the board will own.


     
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