Get a first look at CWB’s 2012 wakeboarding gear, including the all-new rail-friendly CWB Saber wakeboard, two-part CWB Prizm wakeboard binding and high-end CWB Benz wakesurf board.
2012 CWB Saber wakeboard
The all-new 2012 CWB Saber wakeboard is inspired by the rail-friendly, wake-approved performance of the CWB Vibe wakeboard and is a great fit for cable parks. Designed by CWB team rider Kaesen Suyerhoud, the Saber features CWB’s super-durable Xtrans base, a catch-free flat bottom design and beveled ABS rail that extends into the board for added strength.
2012 CWB DB9 wakeboard
CWB’s super-lightweight, spin-friendly DB9 wakeboard features an all-new construction for 2012. The crazy-light PVC core is complimented by a 3.5-inch poplar stringer that runs from tip to tail, lending the DB9 consistent flex, while keeping the board’s overall weight under 6 pounds. Not surprisingly, the DB9’s fast, smooth design shape is the board of choice for emerging stylemaster Josh Twelker.
2012 CWB Benz wakesurf board
The all-new Benz is CWB’s highest-end wakesurf board. Designed for advanced and expert riders, the skim-style CWB Benz wakesurf board features a short, fast design for easy spins and a molded-in kicktail for those big airs.
2012 CWB xKink wakeboard
CWB added its Xtrans rails base to its intermediate-level Kink wakeboard, creating a durable and ultra-affordable option for cable parks in the new CWB xKink.
2012 CWB Prizm wakeboard binding
The all-new CWB Prizm wakeboard binding features a two-part construction that makes it a great option for any place where you’re mixing a lot of walking with your riding like cable parks and winch spots. The removable interior shoe features a proper sole and grip for traction while the outer binding yields lock-down support.
2012 CWB Marius wakeboard binding
Trevor Hansen‘s all-new CWB Marius wakeboard binding features the company’s most-advanced binding tech. It has comfort and cushioning in spades, thanks to the Air Shock Gen 6 plate, exclusive SuperFeet insoles and SOS shock-absorption heel. CWB’s Heel Lock Hinge yields zero heel lift while the new fiberplasm feature transfer strength for increased control.
2012 CWB Answer wakeboard binding
The CWB Answer wakeboard binding gets cool new update for 2012, thanks to CWB’s new Mesh Tech, which reduces weight while maintaining strength. It also features a new soft EVA liner, the Heel Lock Hinge and SOS absorption heel.
2012 CWB G6 wakeboard binding
The all-new CWB G6 wakeboard binding is one of only two — the new Prizm is the other — non-hinge closed-toe boots in the CWB line. Designed for intermediate-level riders, the G6 features an orthotics footbed, EVA heel absorption and CWB’s new Gen 6 plate.