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Hyperlite Vinyl 2010
By yo nigua from down the street
from nigua town, Blackpeople
About Me Advanced
Comments about Hyperlite Vinyl Wakeskate 2010:
the vinyl is amazing it is heavy but whatever bi level boards are heavy and when u jump it wake to wake it stays with ur feet. its helped me a lot with flip tricks because it is so poppy. its a 3 stage rocker top deck is compression wood bottom is foam. it wont fall apart like some of those other boards on rails its super durable.sick graphics. get it then get a nautique 210 and ur set.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Columbus, OH
About Me Intermediate
Used it a couple of times on flat water and it works great. Pops of the water with ease and stays with you off the wake.
Natural and Easy to Ride
By Kendra B
from Alliance Wake
I first saw this wake skate on pinterest and fell in love with the graphics on it. The actual wood look and the top part really caught my eye cause that is really not something you always see. I begged my parents to get me it! This wake skate is so natural and easy to ride, makes doing flip tricks a breeze. The vinyl is heavy and easy to keep under you. When you do your wake to wake the board stays with your feet like it is a wakeboard, it's kinda really awesome! It's nice and poppy which helps out a lot so when you leave the wake it is easier than expected. It's a three stage rocker made out of compression wood and a foam bottom so it is sturdy and wont fall apart. This was made to last longer than other boards which is a plus. I love this board and all my friends have a hay-day riding around on my board.
from Orlando, fl
Board is amazing no need to keep it with you it happens naturally. Very balanced, down side to all bi levels is durability but this has a composite bottom with a wood top deck which should last longer than your typical all wood bi levels.
By Nick the poor boy behind a jetski
from Glen Ellyn, IL
I use this board behind a seadoo wake edition. The board is great. The bottom deck isn't too agressive but the top board has a great steep angle at the tip and tail making leaving the water like stealing candy from a baby. The bi-level board is like nothing I have ridden before. It's like the air chair of wakeboards. At evo's prices you can't go wrong giving any board a try. My only negative comment is that the grip tape stole a lot of skin from my leg.