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Reez 01-04-2013 6:39 PM

Favorite board or all time or board u professed most on?
It's winter here in much and it sucks so I was just thinking about my old setups. I progressed the most on my doubleup Nelson 138 back in the day. Landed my
180s and 360s on it where I stayed for awhile
Till I got back into wakeboarding after college. Runner up would be company severance which just opened up how i ride

andy_nintzel 01-05-2013 7:58 AM

For me it would have to be the O'brien Player. I loved that board, the reason it stands out for me so much is that I rode that board for 3 years. I learned everything on that board. There was even a point where I started riding the Natural and didnt think I was progressing enough and flipped back to the player and started progressing again. I am sure it was mental but it worked.

wakedaveup 01-05-2013 8:04 AM

Wake Tech Byerly Blunt then Liquid Force Trip (Shanes pro model blue with flames) and stuck with LF ever since. The blunt and trip were the two boards that pretty much fueled any progression I had.

downfortheride 01-05-2013 8:44 PM

The start of it all... The Skurfer got me hooked, CWB Absolute was the best thing that ever happened to my riding... Now Wakeology for picking me up and riding the Heritage.
*best thread of winter*

kristian 01-06-2013 12:55 AM

That's a tough one....... probably the hyperlite state 145 or the Ronix Frontier 142. Had huge amounts of progress on both those boards.
Learned a handful of different 7's on the State and a bunch of more stylish techy stuff on the frontier..... I rode way better then, than I do now, hahahaha.

MrShelley 01-06-2013 5:12 AM

Full Tilt Function 55 (Mike Weddington Pro Model) - LOVED that board!

simplej 01-06-2013 5:13 AM

Slingshot kine for sure... Oh wait I think this thread is for the "OG's"

fly135 01-06-2013 5:31 PM

For me, the Motive. Rode that board for many years until 4 months ago when I bought a CTRL RX.

eubanks01 01-07-2013 6:55 AM

First Hyperlite Premier.

curtbernstein 01-08-2013 6:45 AM

The first time I rode a wakeboard was on a 97' Wake Tech Scott Byerly, and my second board was a 98' CWB Parks Bonifay. I'd have to say though that the board that I progessed the most on was the Hyperlite 3DS/Pulse shape which was obviously a lot later on. I would never know the year of those first two boards if wakeworld didn't have such a great archive of gear. It's pretty thorough list, dates all the way back to 1996 with over 3000 wakeboard models! You guys should check that out

stoked_32 01-08-2013 9:31 AM

08-10 CWB Marius shape was the money board for me. I know people say that a board won't make you instantly better, but from the very first set, I was magically better. Learned my first spins and inverts, as well as my first 540s on this board, all in the same year. Wish they would bring it back.

jarrod 01-08-2013 9:43 AM

The 2003 and 2004 CWB Platinum Absolute. The board that brought my riding to life. It has since died again, but I had a great run for a while :-)

BamaLurker 01-08-2013 9:43 AM

1. LF trip 133! Learned to ride on this board and progressed up to HS and TS wake to wake.
2. Badass pod and garden! First board I rode that allowed me to get somewhat loose.
3. Hyperlite roam. Forever changed the way I approached my riding.

skiboarder 01-08-2013 10:03 AM

Most Progression: Connelly T2 (with 2.5" Surf Dogs)
Most Fun off the wake: Company Severance
Most versatile: Ronix District Sintered
Highest performance: Ronix Timebomb

Best boots: Anything 2009 and later Ronix

tripsw 01-08-2013 10:35 AM

First LF Trip and later sooo happy to discover the Witness. Been riding that one for the last 3 years and will stick with it for '13.

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