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Old    Byron Hapgood (nogoodjr)      Join Date: Apr 2010       07-08-2010, 4:42 AM Reply   
Hey guys need a little help. I started boarding this year and have been using a barrowed board from a co-worker. I am still learning to cross the wake so obviously not advanced at all. A local discount sporting goods store has placed all their wakeboards on sale for 30% off. The board I am looking at is a CWB that normally sells for $200 with bindings included. (now 140) My question is this board serviceable for a newbie just starting to learn? Should I just put that $140 towards a nicer board that I won't grow out of? Just don't know what to buy or where to buy it. What are you paying for when you buy a higher end wakeboard?

Thanks for any help.
Old     (Melissa)      Join Date: Mar 2010       07-08-2010, 5:37 AM Reply   
It depends on which board it is - do you know the model name?

From what I read, it seems most CWB boards are designed for progression, so in other words, they shouldn't hold you back once you've advanced beyond the basics. But I'm no expert...

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