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mox369 06-13-2008 5:02 PM

Hey, whats the difference between a cheap and an expensive wakeskate??

wakemitch 06-13-2008 5:24 PM

shape and durability

ethan31 06-13-2008 5:31 PM

"shape and durability" <BR>Yep <BR> <BR>And type of material used for construction. <BR> <BR> <BR> <BR>(Message edited by ethan31 on June 13, 2008)

nchype 06-13-2008 11:49 PM

yep

devon591 06-14-2008 7:21 AM

some are concave and some are flat

06-15-2008 2:07 PM

let's here it for indie brands. the springfield malibu dealer (ski shack) graciously sold me a (heavily) used 2003 kampus (either the 7-ply or 9-ply, something with the blue graphics) two years ago and the skateboard children of my friends had the time of their lives on that skate (as did the adults). this year at the kc boat show in january i picked up the sst. to date, we aren't quite sure how to react to it. the sst's like a platter. it be difficult to edge. the kampus carves. it's small, twitchy, but can be man- (person?, foot?) handled with effect. cost? kampus, $40. sst? not priceless

quickpilot1010 10-21-2008 8:14 PM

what you pay is what you get, bought a LF faction for 100 bucks to start out, came completely apart after 7 rides. Ill spend more money on a skate next time that isnt wood

skateonwater564 10-21-2008 10:47 PM

durability, concave, material used, and how good the skate is. cheaper ones tend to be a bit worse. not always though

lovin_the_wake 10-23-2008 6:59 AM

Kampus FTW ! ! ! Those skates were sick. New makes very good quality skates at a really decent price. Moxilla what brand skates are you looking at ? I'm currently riding a New Mogley, and I switch it up between 2 Devotid boards an old Union bi level and a Passion bi level they're all sick boards.

dlwsrider 10-23-2008 5:50 PM

"shape and durability" <BR> <BR>That, plus they are normally weighted alot better.

treycleaton 10-26-2008 7:07 PM

mattW, just because it's wood doesn't mean it will fall apart. Stay away from LF and check out Oak, Sattelyte or Devotid

wakemitch 10-26-2008 8:16 PM

dont count out wood. sattelyte makes the strongest wood decks out there. amazing shape and has a pbt base which is the same material integrity uses on their base.

lovin_the_wake 10-29-2008 7:45 PM

NEW ! ! ! ! ! ! All The Way ! ! ! ! ! Seriously though you can't go wrong with any Oak, Sattelyte, Devotid, or New skate they're all Da Bomb <img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/wink.gif" border=0> <BR> <BR>(Message edited by lovin_the_wake on October 29, 2008)

lfrider92 10-30-2008 8:04 AM

faction falling apart? <BR>i bought one like a year ago. i wakeboard more then anything. but ive been riding it for over a year. prolly 30 rides+ on it. and its fine. no problems

lovin_the_wake 10-30-2008 8:28 AM

I had an o'brien traffic skate that I beat the hell out of and gave it to a buddy and it's still going strong I only gave like $60 for it on ebay brand new That skate is great for rails


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