• Endless Waves are Firing

Wakesurf boards span a wide array of shapes in order to accommodate for different riding styles and ability levels. Remember that board volume and size are also super dependent on your boat's wake. Board shapes vary greatly in length, shape and volume and are heavily influenced by the ocean surf and skimboard worlds, which is why boards generally fall into one of these 3 categories:
Surf Style Wakesurf Boards
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These shapes are often reminiscent of surf shortboards but in a smaller package, with a directional shape and fish or square tail (but not always). These boards come in a wide variety of materials, lengths, and configurations. Surf style wakesurf boards are usually the largest in size and total volume. Surf style boards often have a lot of fin options, helping riders tighten up the on-water feel and to generate power and speed to pump the wave. The added volume of surf style boards helps them stay fast and on the surface.​

 
Hybrid Style Wakesurf Boards
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Just what you might imagine: a mix between surf and skim. There are a huge variety of hybrid shapes, but skim style shapes equipped with surf fins and surf style shapes with smaller skim fins fall into this category, too. The goal of these boards is to combine the playfulness of a skim board with the power of a surf board.
Skim Style Wakesurf Boards
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Smaller in size and with less buoyancy, skim style wakesurf boards are made to be more playful in the water. They also have smaller fins and fewer bottom (hull) features, creating a board that is slippery and borderline rowdy on the water. Unlike surf style boards that track up and down the face of the wave, a skim board wants to spin, slide, and do anything but stay on the straight and narrow!
 

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