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Thread: New Wakesurfer for Intermediate
07-04-2012, 07:36 PM #11
07-10-2012, 11:45 AM #12
i'm running a longer surf board (IS Red Woody), but want a skim board.. i agree the yellow loogie likes to submarine.2006 Moomba Mobius LSV
Lake: Rice lake, Ontario
Stereo: Kenwood KMR-550U
Ballast: 750 Surfside locker, 400 Surfside mid boat, 400 Gravity I, 400 Bow
Surfboards: Inland Surfer Red Woody, Triple X Composite X 58"
If you're from the area and want to surf, send me a PM!
07-10-2012, 01:29 PM #13
Havent rode the new P5 Oogle yet, but love the new IS Contagious!Drew
New ride: 2012 Mojo
Old ride: 2008 OBV
07-26-2012, 10:41 PM #14
On the same topic, I've been wakeboarding for 10 years, just bought a beautiful new BSide/Webb setup...used it once and then got a concussion. Unfortunately, this is #8 for me (3rd wakeboarding)...and the better part of wisdom says time to scale back the adrenaline hunt as I near 40. I want my daughter to grow up on the water, so wakesurfing or skiing seems the logical progression, and I have a Moomba Mobius LSV... not an ideal ski boat. I know it won't be the best wakesurf wake, but I figure I can get it up to 'go out and have a blast' standards, as that is where its at for wakeboarding as well.
I'm hoping that all I really need is a board, as all the other gear I already have for wakeboarding. Can someone give me feedback on the following Triple X boards, both value and quality. I'd like to not get entry level gear so I can grow into it, but am not sure about sinking the $$$ for the Inland Surfer or Soulcraft I've seen people using. Any and all feedback appreciated. Thanks. For reference, users of the board will vary from 130-180 pounds.
I was looking at the Composite Pro X for $289, probably the 54?
P.S. If anyone has a comparable value ($750+) wakesurf board or board+rack or board+cash,, I'd love to trade my 2012 Hyperlite BSide 140/System bindings Large/Webb boots size 10. Only used once, can't tell they are not new. Still have boxes, warranty cards, etc.