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ponchevez 07-08-2003 10:36 AM

<BR>Which one do you consider the best wakeskate?

wakebo2169 07-08-2003 10:42 AM

Cassette 4 trac, hands down

brentlf 07-14-2003 3:58 PM

4 trac

thinair 07-15-2003 4:38 PM

The one I'm ridin.

catalyst 07-15-2003 5:05 PM

catalyst 112 <BR>i wonna try the byerly 107 <BR>looks like hyperlite has a new skate design for next year it knocks the 4 tracs nose slid design out of the water and has crazy kicktails

nohalfboats 07-15-2003 9:28 PM

Mutiny has some sick boards out.

detonate69 07-17-2003 12:29 PM

There is no BEST. <BR>Just a what you like best. Just like wakeboarding wakeskates all ride a little different and have a different feel to them. Ride what you like best.

electricsnow 07-17-2003 6:26 PM

Actually, I've seen some pictures of that new hyperlite wakeskate and it isn't anything to cry about. The kicktails are HUGE and in general, the design isn't all that ground breaking. I've heard of people doing manuals on the kampus decks about a year ago, so whatever is being claimed is overrated. <BR> <BR>I personally like cassette's, but I have heard a lot of good things about mutiny as well (and kampus).

otiswunguy 07-18-2003 1:18 AM

i have seen video of grubb killing some sliders with the prototype board. i think the kicktails will make a huge difference. here is a pic of my new grubb 116. i use this board for w2w tricks and my cassette for sliders. <BR> <BR><img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/559020/75245.jpg" alt="">

electricsnow 07-18-2003 8:35 PM

I'm just curious, what tricks was grubb doing that makes the kicktails so groundbreaking? (and that's not supposed to sound snotty either. It's hard to read emotion on a messageboard). I heard people claimng nose presses and manuals from that board, but grubb has been doing one footed nosepresses on that bannana board from two years ago. And like I said, someone (darin rayzor) was doing manuals on a kampus at least a year ago. It was also rumored that grubb said he didn't like that board much either. Anyway....

xtremebordgurl 08-27-2003 7:47 AM

I heard nollies are possible on the new skate.. I think thats pretty groundbreaking but I'm a sucker for that kinda stuff so I dunno.

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