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HOT-4-TEACHER 06-25-2012 08:44 AM

Wakesurf Board Recommendations
 
My wife and I purchased our first boat (2007 X2) in early May this year. We have really started dialing in the ballast setup and speed to get a pretty decent wake for surfing.

Currently, we own the 4'10" Ronix One Skimmer (2012). So far, only the peeps that are 160lbs or less are able to free ride. Those of us that are heavier....225lbs, 200lbs, 180lbs etc....are close to free riding but end up holding onto the rope to least try some tricks.

Now we are looking for a second surf board....one that us heavier folks can free ride with. I have read though quite a few posts on this forum looking for some good board recommendations.

What are you all using and what would you recommend?

Should I look at another skimmer or a regular wakesurf board?

Lastly....anything a beginner and advanced rider would like (That should be easy to find :) )?

I appreciate your feedback...always like hearing what you all have to say.

Thanks

ttu 06-25-2012 08:53 AM

congrats on your boat purchase. love my x2.

you can't go wrong with a inland surfer blue lake. great and fast board. sometimes you might find on ebay.

scott023 06-25-2012 09:09 AM

Congrats on the boat purchase. Check out the Walker Project. Great boards for all rider levels, easily customized. Cost a bit more than the others, but you get what you pay for IMO.

http://www.thewalkerproject.com/

HOT-4-TEACHER 06-26-2012 08:21 AM

Thanks to both of you. Looks like I am going to give the Blue Lake a shot.

Specter 06-26-2012 08:44 AM

I love my Liquid Force Custom. I'm a newb so my advice isn't worth much but should only set you back $400-500.

http://www.liquidforce.com/wakesurfers-custom.html

ttu 06-26-2012 08:51 AM

i think you will enjoy the blue lake. post your review of the board after you get a chance to ride it. i really want to buy is swallow v2 board. maybe soon.:rolleyes:

mattb 06-26-2012 05:37 PM

I've been looking into the ronix cortez 5'4" for the same reasons. No one had the big one in stock locally last weekend so I didn't get around to trying it out.

TheWoons 06-26-2012 10:18 PM

The Blue Lake is good and the Sweet Spot Pro is also an easy board to ride and very buoyant. I've go the hook up for Inlands if you want one. I've hooked up several people here on the forums.

http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/h...rametastic.jpg

HOT-4-TEACHER 07-02-2012 09:58 PM

Thank you again for all of your feedback. We purchased the Blue Lake and got it out on the water this weekend. Many of us are now free riding and some other first timers are popping right up. Love the board!

ttu 07-02-2012 10:26 PM

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Originally Posted by HOT-4-TEACHER (Post 854752)
Thank you again for all of your feedback. We purchased the Blue Lake and got it out on the water this weekend. Many of us are now free riding and some other first timers are popping right up. Love the board!

great to hear! i knew you would like that board. i just ordered a is swallow from woons and can't wait for it to come in. was hoping it would be here for the 4th but i will have to wait till next weekend to ride it.


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