The secret to 2X World Wake Surfing Champion Kennan Flegel's success is the Inland Surfer 4-Skim Keenan Pro Wakesurf Board. This board took Keenan to the podium 12 times in 2012, and has been perfected for the 2013 lineup. Keenan is known for getting more air on this skim-style board than most surf-style riders out there.The Keenan Pro features an ultra-light, carbon fiber wrapped rail construction with dual T-Stringer backbone for strength, stiffness and rigidity. Capable of 4 feet plus aerials, the 4-Skim Keenan Pro is the board to ride if you want to ride like the World Champ.
Epoxy Infused Technology Inland Surfer's top secret way of fully soaking the fiberglass with epoxy to create the strongest bond
T2X Two T-Stringers to strengthen the core of the wakesurfer and balance flex with rigidity
ROCKET Rocker This profile has been designed to provide the absolute maximum down-the-line speed without sacrificing edge to edge performance.
Progressive Edge The rail geometry and construction that holds the board close to the wake without creating unwanted drag
x3 Fin Options Comes with 1 single S-1 3.0 cm skim fin in black only - the KF Side Bits fins are for use on the 4-Skim Kennan Pro only and are sold separately.
Rear Kick EVA traction with raised rear kick pad for incredible foot hold
2010 Wakesurfing World Champion Keenan Flegel pro model
|Rider Weight (lbs)||80-180+ lbs|
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Comments about Inland Surfer 4-Skim Keenan Pro Wakesurf Board 2013:
I have been wakesurfing on a Ronix surf style board and was keen to get a skim board for variety. I had tried my friend's Inland Surfer Black Pearl and Phase 5 skim but thought I would get this one because it was a bit smaller and heck, Keenan is amazing...however, I found this board a lot harder to ride than the above skimboards. It is very flat and therefore really sensitive to the amount of weight you put on the front; I need to ride it quite far back to avoid nosediving. But the kick is pretty steep and not that easy for me to get my foot onto comfortably. The topside center ridge also feels a bit weird. I wish I had gotten a Phase 5.