Rusty hasn't abandoned traditional wakeboarding, which is why the Hyperlite
Marek Bio uses the Bio 3 formula that has become the standard for Hyperlite
. But just because the board is more traditional doesn't mean that Hyperlite
has created a boring ride. This second generation Marek has reduced volume, maintaining that great light overall feel. Edge response and good speed into the wake have been preserved via four 9 degree angled fins which create that agile feel, while the Abrupt Continuous rocker line allows you to carry the maximum speed into the wake, without sacrificing pop. The Hyperlite
Marek Bio continues the proud legacy of evolution of the Marek.
Abrupt Continuous Rocker - The Abrupt Continuous rocker line transitions to a slightly exaggerated tip and tail rocker. The result is added pop without sacrificing speed into the wake.
Two stage channel
Molded landing feature
Layered Glass - Over time traditional woven glass fiber will begin to seperate, but Hyperlite's layered glass ensures that its decks will have the same pop off the double up year after year.
Monocoque Construction - The top glass and bottom glass are integrated into one structure, generating a more durable board on side impact and thus preventing delamination.
Biolite 3 Core - Cooked up in the Hyperlite labs, this is the secret recipe that Hyperlite has continued to perfect from day one. The industry's gold standard core material starts with Bio 3 foam and then is wrapped in layered glass. This yields a core that is strong enough for the best athletes but also perfect for the first time rider, and it is lighter and more durable than any Bio core that has come before.
Enduro Base - The Enduro base is a blend of lightweight durable materials to help your deck last longer. But, Hyperlite has ensured that the base maintains very similar characteristics to traditional materials behind the boat so you don't have to worry about a slow, draggy ride.
Four 9 degree angled- 1.0" P-Wing
Shaped by Aaron - Designed and created by an industry leader, Aaron Stumpf