The Hyperlite State Wakeboard is built to help you learn how to ride and build your skills, as it will perform comfortably for riders of all ability levels and styles. The board is shaped differently from edge to edge to compensate for the awkwardness of edging, jumping and landing on a toeside edge. This is combined with the Subtle 3-Stage rocker to provide great pop off of the wake while staying smooth in while carving. *Note: This is a factory blem board and may have slight cosmetic damage.*
Subtle 3-Stage The stepping-stone to the 3-Stage rocker style of ride. By utilizing a smaller flat spot between your feet, a Subtle 3-Stage rocker creates just enough vertical pop to let you know it's there, but not so much that you'll be left overwhelmed.
Outer molded-in stabilizers
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.
Toe Side / Heel Side specific edges
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.
(2) 1.3" Disorder Fins
This is a factory blem board and may have slight cosmetic damage.
|Rocker Size (in)||2.5||2.6|
|Rocker Size (cm)||6.35||6.6|
|Waist Width (in)||16.4||16.8|
|Waist Width (cm)||41.66||42.67|
|Tip Width (in)||10.1||10.3|
|Tip Width (cm)||25.65||26.16|
|Rider Weight (lbs)||Up to 155||145+|
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Comments about Hyperlite State Wakeboard - Blem 2013:
I have a lake house, and spend most summer weekends there .Therefore I use the board often. It's my 4th or 5th board, and my favorite so far.