Wakesurf champ Drew Danielo shows you how to find the best wakesurf board for you.
Get equipped for the perfect surf session this summer with these 10 new wakesurf boards.
The new Byerly Hazard wakesurf board has a blended rocker line that keeps it fast and responsive for any size rider, and its surf-style fins and molded base lend the Hazard a true surfboard feel.
The Catch Surf One wakesurf board finless design makes it ideal for skate-style tricks as well as airs and spins off the wake, and its Afterburner rear rails provide plenty of finless performance.
Thanks to its stable, user-friendly design and included Proline surf rope and instructional DVD, the CWB Ride wakesurf board is the perfect option for beginner to intermediate riders.
World-class wake coach Kyle Schmidt designed the Humanoid Snuke wakesurf board as a fast, surf-style board that rips whether you weight your boat or not.
With seamless epoxy construction, the Hyperlite Swell wakesurf board is designed to ride as close to a real surfboard as possible.
The new Liquid Force Noserider wakesurf board is a faithful recreation of Liquid Force shaper Jimmy Redmond’s original lightweight longboard shape.
Danny Harf’s new Ronix One Skimmer wakesurf board combines a lightweight and buoyant surf construction with a freestyle-friendly shape and profile.