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Clearance Jobe Wakeboards

Jobe are one of the largest and most successful of all recreational water sports brands. Their mission is to simply get you on the water and they are continually evolving and developing new products to make life on the water easier and more fun. Jobe produce a great range of recreational wakeboards and packages that are aimed primarily at the family user. Their wakeboards offer surprisingly good designed and visual appeal all at very low prices. Perfect for beginners and family applications, a Jobe wakeboard will get you out on the water and help you on your fist steps to success in no time.

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Clearance Ronix Wakeboards

Ronix Wakeboards are one of the top brands in the wakeboarding industry. Their boards are crammed with technology and brimming with style and their team includes many of today's top riders, helping them achieve significant and ongoing victory at podiums around the world. Ronix make premium equipment for discerning customers so if you want the best then Ronix could be the brand for you.

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Clearance Hyperlite Wakeboards

Hyperlite Wakeboards are one of the pioneers of the wakeboard movement. You only need to look at the history of wakeboarding to see that the longest-standing brand in the sport is in fact Hyperlite. Hyperlite have continued to innovate, being the first to the market with molded in fins, lace-up bindings, PVC core wakeboard, ABS sidewalls, and wood core flex boards to name but a few. Hyperlite has always been, and continues to be, a true pioneer in the wake industry. As the sport of wakeboarding grows, Hyperlite grows with it, evolving their brand and continually creating revolutionary products.

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Clearance Liquid Force Wakeboards

Founded in 1995, with roots going back to the sport’s first days, Liquid Force has become the leader in the wakeboard industry. Founders Tony Finn and Jimmy Redmon were two pioneers in the sport of Wakeboarding and are credited with the development of the Skurfer, which is widely regarded as the product that put wakeboarding on the map. Having twice won the WSIA “Manufacturer of the Year” award, Liquid Force is dedicated to relentless innovation, progressive design, maximum functionality and unparalleled quality.

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Clearance O'Brien Wakeboards

For over 50 years O’Brien have been creating great watersports products aimed at the recreational and family market and their wakeboards offer excellent quality and performance at surprisingly keen prices. O'Brien work hard to design, test, manufacture, and improve each and every product they make and they believe in pushing the sport forward, providing the newest technology and the latest manufacturing techniques to build advanced watersports products that stand the test of time.

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Clearance CWB Wakeboards

CWB Board Co has changed a lot over the years. They have spent the past few years reinventing themselves and have since created some of the greatest and most innovative wakeboards and wakeboarding equipment to date. There is no denying their history either. They introduced Hinge Tech Wake Bindings a few years ago, an innovation that changed the industry and wake boots forever. On the board side they created the first board built with a bamboo core, giving unmatched snap and durability as well as being environmentally friendly. In short, CWB's desire is to blow customer's minds with their gear and to create the greatest range of wake products ever seen.

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Clearance Byerly Wakeboards

Byerly Wakeboards was founded in 2006 by legendary rider Scott Byerly. The Byerly Boards brand was Scott's dream for as long as he has been riding, which dates back to the founding years of both Wakeboarding and Wakeskating. The Byerly brand is now established, recognised, and respected. It is a brand that is unique within the board sports world. With their epic shaping skills and knowledge of construction methods Byerly continue to push the boundaries of Wakeboard Design, and they succeed.

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Wakeboard design has moved on considerably in recent years and boards are now designed with a specific application in mind - either cable, boat, or both (known as a hybrid board).

A Cable Wakeboard is designed to withstand the impacts of using obstacles to perform tricks, get air, and land safely and comfortably. As a general rule, cable wakeboards have at least 1 set of removeable fins plus 4 moulded fins, although some more advanced cable boards have less (and some actually have no fins at all). Cable wakeboards also have a grind base (a tough plastic matt coating designed to protect the underside) and toughened edges to minimise impact damage from striking obstacles. They often have wider tips too and a more flexible core to assist with pressing tricks and to cushion the rider from heavy impacts.

A Boat Wakeboard needs none of the impact protection features of a cable board and is designed to perform a different variety of tricks. Boat wakeboards have a stiffer core and more features to help them perform on the smoother softer wake profile created by a boat rather than the rock hard and rather abrupt obstacles found at cable parks.

A Hybrid Wakeboard combines many of the best features of both cable and boat boards to create a board that is at home in either environment. However, a hybrid board by definition will always be something of a compromise. If you only ever ride at cable parks then get a cable board and if you always ride behind a boat then get a boat board. However, if you regularly do both then a hybrid board is a good way of saving you from having to buy 2 seperate boards.

Within these 3 categories you then have boards designed for beginner, intermediate and advanced riders. Beginner boards are the slowest and most forgiving to ride and advanced board are the fastest and most agressive to ride.


Wakeboards are measured in centimeters and vary in length from around 120cm to 150cm and in width from approx 38cm to 44cm. These dimensions are extremely important when choosing your wakeboard as being on the wrong board will hinder your progress and potentially ruin your enjoyment of each set. In short, the heavier you are the more board volume you need in order to stay on top of the water at normal towing speeds.

Wakeboard Size Chart

Rider Weight
Rider Weight
Rider Weight
Board Length
Under 100
7st 2lbs
Less than 130
6st 6lbs - 10st 10lbs
40.8 - 68
9st 4lbs - 12st 12lbs
59 - 81.6
12st 2lbs - 17st 12lbs
77.1 - 113.4
14st 4lbs - 19st 9lbs +
90.7 - 124.7 +
Over 144


Rocker is the measure of how much a board curves at each end (Wakeboards are somewhat banana-shaped when viewed from the side). There are two main types of rocker, continuous and 3-stage. Continuous rockers have a gradual and constant curve, whereas 3-stage rockers have a flat centre section with two distinct bend points at either end.

Wakeboards with a continuous rocker ride lower in the water so are more stable and provide softer landings, but they are slower in a straight line and in the turns (but these are actually desirable features for beginners). Continuous rocker boards generally provide less "pop" off the wake so are more forgiving and easy to ride.

Wakeboards with a 3-stage rocker ride higher in the water so are faster and with a "looser" feel to them. 3-stage boards provide more "pop" off the wake but the tradeoff is that landings can be harder.


Fins provide forward stability and tracking and give the board "grip" on the water. Without fins a wakeboard will still travel in a reasonably straight line as it is longer than it is wide, but it will be able to rotate freely and very loosely on the surface of the water which requires considerable skill to control.

In addition to straight line tracking, fins also enable a rider to load up the line and accelerate on the approach to the boat wake or an obstacle, and they then provide grip and stability on the landing.

Fins are either screwed into the board or moulded in (or both). The nearer the edge the fins are the more effect they have and the bigger and wider they are the more drag they create and therefore the more stability they provide. Beginner wakeboards therefore tend to have larger wider fins and advanced boards have smaller thinner fins.


The edges of a wakeboard are either sharp or rounded. Sharp edges give the best performance but can result in more face plants for beginners as it is easier to "catching an edge", especially on landings or if "switching" (rotating the board through 180 degrees to change the leading foot).

Rounded edges are more forgiving so are much better suited to beginners. Cable wakeboards (and many hybrid boards) have ABS reinforcement in the enges to enable to better withstand impacts against obstacles.


Wakeboard bindings are designed to hold your feet firmly to your wakeboard and to support your ankles, but in such a way that they will releasein the event of a hard tumble. Many Wakeboards come complete with bindings and these will be carefully matched to suit the board. Cheaper wakeboards will have more basic bindings and the more advanced boards will have proportionally superior bindings.

Bindings tend to be either lace-up or velcro (or both). Laces give you more change to get a nice tight "locked-in" feel but are more difficult to do up when in deep water. Velcro bindings won't offer the same level of locked-in feel as lace-ups, but they are much easier to do up when you're in the water. The beginner boards at most watersports schools have velcro bindings for exactly this reason.

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