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07-15-2004 8:35 PM

besides the obvious, what is the difference in a pointed tipped and a squared tipped kneeboard?

boarditup 07-16-2004 4:44 AM

More control while on edge. Feels faster due to the crisp finish on the water. <BR> <BR>For a Kaos: <a href="http://www.boarditup.com" target="_blank">www.boarditup.com</a>

tuneman 07-19-2004 10:55 AM

You'll get more pop off of the wake with a square tipped board due to the greater surface area. A pointed tip board will generally carve a little easier.

11-24-2004 2:44 PM

I perfer pointed tip.It has less control but is good for cutting into wakes and may not break on impact.

02-15-2005 2:10 PM

Bubba, the square tip helps the board ride better in both directions (bi-directional). The board pops better for wake tricks when you initiate the trick riding backwards. Tricks like a wake back to front, wake back to back 360, wake back to front 540 etc.

02-15-2005 6:27 PM

But,the pointed tips are better for your forward jumps.They give it a little less pop,but are good.I use a Hydroslide Cyclone,a plastic one,and it gives me plenty of air,just gotta land it^^}

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