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Old    cryft            07-26-2003, 1:13 PM Reply   
I currently wakeboard and am still a beginner with it, but I'm considering wakeskating and was wondering if it's worth dishing out another hundred or so to get the wakeskate and all that other junk. Wakeboarding is alot of fun and it seems that wakeskating would be too, if not more, but I've been wrong before; so what are the pro's and con's with wakeskating vs. wakeboarding?
Something like this might have already been discussed but I'm a lazy ass and it isn't in all caps screaming at me in the title...
Old    mike_hart            07-28-2003, 12:28 AM Reply   
skating is sick, i like it almost more than boarding, but theres not as much tricks u can do, wakeboarding has a bigger range of tricks to do. but the good thing is the tricks are alot harder to pull.
Old    lukem            07-30-2003, 6:13 PM Reply   
skate tricks are soo technical its sick, i board and skate. skating rocks
Old    cryft            07-30-2003, 9:50 PM Reply   
thanks, I'll prolly get the skate, so... what's better, the cassetes or the scapes?
Old    windnwake            08-26-2003, 3:26 PM Reply   
I like the foam top better, it gives you the option of riding w/ or w/o shoes. It also seems to me you get a better grip even with shoes on, so id go with the scape
Old    xtremebordgurl            08-27-2003, 7:12 AM Reply   
also with the foam you don't get your legs all cut up if you fall on the board.


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