The Transcend was designed with input from riders of all ability levels. I wanted a high-end board that would work for a broad range of riders. Every design detail on the Transcend is there for function and ultimately control. We focused on control in the edging, speed, huge pop and soft landings. The traction comes from the 4 fin set up with the ability to still release at the top of the wake. The bolt-on aluminum extensions let the rider dial in the exact bite they are looking for. The speed of the board stays with you, not taking off in front of you or lagging behind. The pop of the Transcend is unique in that itís a subtle 3-stage board. The pop is generated under your back leg and up through your center of gravity. That is a fancy way of saying it has a ton of pop. Extending the center spine from tip to tail softens up the landings, while being subtle enough not to affect the board transition edge to edge. The end product of so much testing is a board that works well for the most advanced riders but still works for someone learning their first wake jump. The graphics are unreal for 2012. I donít know if I should ride it or hang it on the wall. Okay, I am leaning more towards riding it!
Designed, shaped and ridden by Andrew Adkison
Proven design with hardware such as U.S. Masters and 2x World Champion
Molded fins with bolt on fin extensions for customized bite and asymmetrical options