[specs id=388] RCM construction for an affordable wakeboarding mid-section. Comes with Comp Adj. or Mobe binding.
[specs id=10579]Hyperlite's longest-running series — a super-fun ride from the original freeride shape. Mellow transitioned turns, smooth consistent pop off the wake and floaty feel. Biolite construction.
[specs id=10588] The shape that started the molded-in fin craze. This board combines the floaty feel of the original freeride shape and the extra carving and stability from the shallow outer fins. Biolite construction.
[specs id=10620] The fin configuration, bottom concaves and outline have been blended to change the way people think about board design, forever. Now at a lower price for 2002. Canted side fins and Batwing tail shape.
[specs id=10604]Krown tip and tail shape, end flutes, double concave hull and large continuous rocker. The choice of Brett "Ike" Eisenhauer.
[specs id=10614]The idea was to design a faster, more performance-oriented version of the Rhythm. New, rounded diamond tail shape. Quad channel hull with molded in fins for hold and tracking. Shallow, long base center fins.
[specs id=10533] Molded fins, textured base with smooth, extruded channels for hold. Optional center fin holes. Tip and tail V to soften landings and speed up edge transfers. Wahlman Pro model coming soon.
[specs id=10551] Wood laminate with heavy-duty texture on top for grip. Tons of rocker, stylish Lady Luck.
[specs id=613] The all new Cobe 137 joins the Cobe 142 for 2002. Based on the tremendous success of the Cobe 142, the 137 has the same vented channel and molded in fins making for unmatched tracking while approaching the wake, and while landing. A small flat spot in between the feet helps this board […]
[specs id=10624]Designed for those riders with a different style of riding. Shawn Watson is this type of rider. It requires precise edging with a tail-heavy approach to the wake. Available with removable center fin. Deep side channels.