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The size of your wakesurf board plays a pivotal role in your surfing experience. Larger boards offer greater stability and buoyancy, making them perfect for beginners or larger riders. They glide smoothly over the water and allow for easy control, making it simpler to catch and ride the wake. On the other hand, smaller boards are less buoyant but offer increased maneuverability and agility. These are ideal for experienced surfers who wish to perform tricks or cut sharply on the water. Choosing the correct size can significantly enhance your comfort, performance, and overall enjoyment of the sport.


If rider height is less than 5'6" choose 4'4".

If rider height is greater than or equal to 5'6" then choose 4'8".


Your wakesurf board is an extension of you. Pick a color that you resonate with, and ride the waves in a way that's true to you.

Skim Style Fins

Skim style fins contribute significantly to the overall performance and feel of your wakesurf board. They are typically smaller and flatter, providing a loose, playful ride that is excellent for spins, slides, and tricks. Their design allows the board to skim across the water with less resistance, hence the name. However, this does mean that they offer less grip and stability than their larger counterparts, requiring a bit more skill to control. Skim style fins are ideal for riders looking for a freestyle, trick-oriented experience on the water. Remember, the number and arrangement of fins can also influence the board's characteristics, offering a variety of customization options to match your personal riding style.


If rider wants more agility, choose 0 or 1 skim style fins.

If rider wants more speed, choose 2 or 3 skim style fins. 

Fin Configuration

0-Fin Configuration: A finless board will give the freest experience on the water. This setup provides a completely loose and slippery feel, great for performing tricks like spins and slides. However, it demands a high level of skill and balance, as there's minimal stability and grip.

1-Fin Configuration: Also known as a single fin setup, this is the classic configuration that provides a balance between control and freedom. The single fin offers enough traction for stable rides but still allows for some playfulness and maneuverability on the water.

2-Fin Configuration: Twin fin configurations offer great control and stability, particularly for side-to-side movement. This setup is known for its ability to generate speed and provide a fun, responsive ride. It's suitable for riders who want more control without sacrificing the ability to perform tricks.

3-Fin Configuration: Also known as a thruster setup, this configuration is one of the most versatile. It offers great stability, control, and maneuverability. The outer fins provide grip and control, while the center fin offers stability. This configuration is perfect for surfers of all levels and is particularly favored by those looking for balanced performance across different wave conditions.


If rider is advanced, choose any fin configuration.

If rider is intermediate, choose 1-fin or 2-fin configuration.

If rider is beginner, choose 3-fin configuration.

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