What is a cable wakeboard?
Cable Wakeboarding is one of the hottest growing water sports trends. Instead of being towed with a boat or PWC, a rider is towed by an overhead cable. … For all intensive purposes, cable riding is no different than riding behind the boat.
Do pro wakeboarders use fins?
While fins are not required, without them the board can slide pretty freely. Riding this style of board without fins is more for advanced riders, who have a good idea of how putting a wakeboard ‘on edge’ works. Fin holes on these boards are often in the middle on each end of the board for a single fin.
Can you Wakesurf without fins?
A fin can break while your board is stowed away and the boat is in motion. … Your wakesurf board becomes nearly impossible to ride without fins.
What happens if a wakeboard is too big?
A wakeboard too big for your size and skill level will feel cumbersome and you will not manage to maneuver with it well. If you go for a wakeboard that is too small for your height, you lose control and stability. An inappropriate wakeboard will limit the tricks you can perform on water.
What size wakeboard do pros ride?
Most pros are riding around 140. Definitely understand both above posts. I was just curious on the smaller boards, I would never attempt to ride anything smaller than a 138. But I am strongly considering the 138 hoping to have a little bit of a lighter board and still maintain a fast board.