I'm new about these parts, so be gentle with me
I used to run a wakeboard club at my uni a few years ago, and since finishing uni I've been a bit out of the loop and off the scene. My only riding the last few years has been at the end of each day when I spend a 10 day stretch helping teach disabled waterskiing for a disability summercamp.
Near when I finished uni I was looking to get a new board, I was (and still am) riding a LF Trip 138, with Ultra Suction bindings. and had settled on either the LF PS3 137, or the New Schnitzel Glass (although IIRC New Schnitzel had just gone out of business at the time kinda writing that one off)
The guy that runs the Disabled waterskiing that I help with (mostly boat driving) might
, just might
, be able to get me a free Jobe set up, which is needed as my faithful old Trip is very close to dying - it only has so many epoxy fixes in it after all =p
Problem is I've never riden any Jobe boards, so have no idea how they ride etc, can anyone suggest which might ride a bit like the PS3 did? While these days I've mostly been riding boat, I am more of a cable rider at heart. My Trip I've always riden without the centre fins, just sticking with the outer cupped fins for a loose feel.
I was kinda leaning towards the Conflict Flex 138, as it is labelled as a cable board but with no experience of how it rides I thought I'd see if anyone could offer any advice.
TLDR - How do the various Jobe Boards feel? Are any like the LF PS3 when that first came out?
Much thanks for any help offered.