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shredsthegnar 01-25-2011 6:45 AM

skate feel.
 
Im looking to get a new wakeskate this year, Im primary a wakeboarder but have been showing some interest in wakeskating. Ive done it a few times. Ive skateboarded my whole life. Ive been looking through all the companies boards, but I want a board that has the most skateboard like feel and pop to it. I see the bi levels never rode one but, they just seem so heavy for flip tricks of whatever. what do you guys suggest.

wakemitch 01-25-2011 9:23 AM

watch out when reading board descriptions, almost every company says "true skate feel". It's pretty misleading.

If you are just starting I would look elsewhere than a bilevel. The boards are less responsive and initiate tricks slower. Its just a totally different feel. Thats why you see most of the really tech wakeskaters on standard concave boards besides Matt Manzari and Reed Hansen.
You should just start with a wood concave board. They dont have any gimmicks and most ride really well.

daveronix199 01-31-2011 7:58 AM

SKATE feel... We ride on water.... How can it be anything close to a land sport.... Its its own sport learn it... its apples to oranges

mikef9844 02-02-2011 9:37 PM

Wood concave single deck. Check out remote thats my next board. Im riding a liquid force right now and its a solid deck it's lasted 2 years. Happy
shredding!

shredsthegnar 02-03-2011 3:25 PM

thanks guys and dave, your a dbag.

wakesetter_WW 02-03-2011 3:40 PM

hahaaha ^x2

epicTWR 02-08-2011 3:15 PM

remote boards are pretty awesome, were about to get a bunch into the shop. if you are interested or have any question about the Remote boards and sizes

check out

theliquidplayground.com
and call the shop.

hmmm 02-09-2011 10:45 AM

yeah, wakeskating has nothing at all to do with skateboarding. at all.................

WssLife 06-16-2012 2:36 PM

I have found that trying to make wakeskating be the same as skating is what has slowed me down the most :P you have to accept that its a different sport just as wakeboarding is entirely different to snowboarding. However I do feel a background in skating helps to a point

Readyaimfire 06-20-2012 3:46 PM

At what point did the Op say wakeskating was the same as skateboarding? He just asked what deck had a similar feel. I'm assuming he meant concave, kicks, etc. Sometimes people on this site just wanna start an argument for the sake of arguing. If u can't answer him, just keep your mouth shut and move on to the next thread............ D-bag. Hahaha killer comeback, so subtle.


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