Just because you rule the cable doesn't mean that you don't want a board that rides equally as well behind the boat. Which is why Hyperlite s Process is the perfect ride for you. Designed specifically for Nick Davies, the Process combines cable specific features with a responsive and explosive shape for when you want to hitch a ride behind a boat. The new multi-tiered base channels create unmatched edge hold and speed into the wake, while the slightly rolled edges between the feet and at the tip and tail are strategically placed for durability and feel while on the rail. This and the Sintered Enduro base construction means the Process can take whatever you throw at it. So go ahead, ride the cable and the boat.
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.
Molded landing feature
Variable edge design
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.
Sintered Enduro Base The Sintered Enduro base goes through a chemical process that strengthens the bonds between particles, making the finished product nearly indestructible. This is the perfect bast option for the cable park season pass holder.
4 - .8" slider fins at a 9 degree angle
Shaped by Aaron Designed and created by an industry leader, Aaron Stumpf
|Rocker Size (in)||2.6|
|Rocker Size (cm)||6.6|
|Waist Width (in)||17|
|Waist Width (cm)||43.18|
|Tip Width (in)||11.7|
|Tip Width (cm)||29.72|
|Rider Weight (lbs)||140 lbs and Up|
|Fin Configuration||.8" Poly A-Wing (4)|
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Comments about Hyperlite Process Wakeboard 2013:
Didn't realize the hardware was an m6 bolt. I went to the local hardware store and bought some loctite and m6 bolts to get my bindings locked on. It's not a flex board, but the rocker is deep and you can really press out on the rails. I took the fins off out of the box, but the channels offer plenty of control on the water. It feels smooth and breaks away super easily buttering and doing surface tricks. It's a great board, can get a lot of pop off the surface, It's super fun. A little flex could have made this a 5 star board, because it's super stiff. I ride the 137 because I mostly stick to the cable, and it's worked well for me so far. I rode behind the boat some and get a clean consistent pop off the wake. Overall, a great board for that rider looking to progress and get a solid base down. Rides well and holds up well. I've had this board for about 2 weeks, with around 30-40 hours of riding. I ride consistently and will update in the next couple of months to update on how the board is holding up.