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Old 04-26-2012, 12:54 AM
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Curtish,

The Day1 XANI (5'2" swallow tail) can definitely ride a smaller wake. It is light, bouyant, and finds the sweet spot very easily. You can check out a short demo video of some line riding with our prototypes on a small wake at www.Day1Wake.com. While we have a few standard setups (shapes/sizes) including high-end Futures Fins to optimize performance, we are also happy to customize the board based on your wake, weight, and riding ability. Our turn time on custom boards right now is 4-6 weeks. Check out the specs on the website and drop us a line if you would like more info: bmcdonald@liveday1.com

We look forward to hearing from you.
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