What size of wakeboard do I need?
Wakeboard size chart
|Rider Weight (lbs)||Rider Weight (kg)||Wakeboard Length (cm)|
|90 – 150||40 – 65||130 – 134|
|130 – 180||59 – 82||135 – 139|
|170 – 250||77 – 113||140 – 144|
What size wakeboard is best for beginners?
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Wakeboard Size Chart.
|Length Of Wakeboard||Weight Of Rider|
|Under 130cm||Under 95lbs|
How do I know what wakeboard to get?
10 Tips for Choosing a Wakeboard
- Bring Your Own Board. If you really want to excel, it’s important to have your own wakeboard. …
- Check The Label. …
- Match Up Sizes. …
- Get Under The Skin. …
- Know Your Style. …
- Rock On (Or Off) …
- Find The Fin. …
- Investigate The Shape.
Do you have to be fit to wakeboard?
Full body exercise: Wakeboarding requires the individual to have a lot of strength in the arms as they hold onto the rope while riding. The riders core and legs are used as they try to stay up, jump the wake and perform other tricks. By the end of the summer you can expect to have a strong core, legs and arms.
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.
Are wakeboards one size fits all?
In general, anyone can ride any shape wakeboard as long as it is large enough. Some shapes make it easier to learn, but a “beginner” should not shy away from an “advanced” board shape.
How much does a good wakeboard cost?
Most wakeboards cost between $200 and $400. This is the price range for the lower end models that most people prefer using. Others will cost as high as $900 such as the Hyperlite Riot Nova. Some boards come with fins and bindings, making them a complete package and worth the money.
How hard is it to learn to wakeboard?
Wakeboarding will certainly give you your fix and is relatively quick to learn. Unlike most other watersports, wakeboarding has a satisfyingly steep learning curve and depending on your confidence and previous board experience, you can be popping ollies and carving up a watery storm even on your first go.