Wakeboard Boat Review
Tigé’s all-new RZX is a big, deep 23-foot flagship with plenty of first-class features, and it unquestionably bears the standard of the Tigé surf-and-wakeboard line. Buyers looking for the best of the best in this worthy line should look no further than the tech and massive, clean wakes of the RZX.
The TAPS 3 surf system is in its inaugural year, and it’s coming out of the gates with plenty of drive, true even weighting and customization. There’s a lot to love on TAPS 3, but the biggest standout is the Surf Link remote, which lets you switch your surf side and adjust the wave while riding. Set up each side individually to be exactly what you want and the system remembers the settings so you get the same wave when it switches from side to side. Expect a clean and meaty wave with trick-saving drive. The interior is deep, and has plenty of storage and signature Tigé aesthetics. Foam covers the step points, the convertible rear bench-style seat makes a quick and easy rear-facing option, and the surf locker stows boards conveniently and safely. Diamond stitching and colored vinyl accents with multiple textures are everywhere for a polished overall look. Tigé Touch2 is a focal point because it controls the boat’s audio, ballast, wake-shaping, rider profiles and driving tasks in a simple and natural interface.