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Lakewakes BOARDS MADE ­IN USA
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brewkettle
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Ultralite and durable wakesurf and wakeskim boards HAND Made in USA by ME.

Mark Werbenec
Recent Activity
8 day(s) ago
brewkettle made a post in this thread: Anyone ridden this brand?
Custom colors on a Lakewakes Flying Saucer in size 48. Weight range up to 125# rider
8 day(s) ago
brewkettle made a post in this thread: Anyone ridden this brand?
Ready for next set on a 4.0 and 4.3 Lakewakes Bean Hybrid wakesurf board.
10 day(s) ago
brewkettle made a post in this thread: Anyone ridden this brand?
thought I would try a bonzer style fin set up on this lakewakes bean hybrid wakesurf board. I will ride it on holiday week and adjust fins if needed
10 day(s) ago
brewkettle made a post in this thread: Fin Advice
If you like the board then you may need to unload the rear. True surfing is about constant movement, Learn the board before you judge it.
11 day(s) ago
brewkettle made a post in this thread: Fin Advice
Generally if you remove canard fins you looae speed , and not rotational ability.. Look for some smaller fins. Using upright fins in a standatd fin set up set at 11" or more will make the board super loose to ride unless these upright fins are s...
11 day(s) ago
brewkettle made a post in this thread: Fin Advice
Yes The Bean is a hybrid board that either rides as as a skim or surf . Google is your friend. I would say the standard twinzer set up would be the Futures v2f4 with forward canard fins. When set correct they add extra speed. You may need to try...
11 day(s) ago
brewkettle made a post in this thread: Fin Advice
I will trade you out of your problem board for a Lakewakes bean hybrid
11 day(s) ago
brewkettle made a post in this thread: Anyone ridden this brand?
Colleen Cain 2nd place out of 12 competitors at the SC Int League competition! Thanks*Mark*andLakewakes Wakesurf Boards*for the awesome ride!
13 day(s) ago
brewkettle made a post in this thread: Anyone ridden this brand?
Custom fins on this Lakewakes bean, hybrid wakesurf board Board weight without fins and traction is 4 pounds
2 week(s) ago
brewkettle made a post in this thread: Anyone ridden this brand?
Almost ready with this Lakewakes Flying Saucer wakeskim board in 53
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