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2001 Liquid Force Trip 43
The 43 may be the biggest in the series, but with a fly core, batwing tail, spiral V hull at the end, and it's own fin configuration, this board will still create the best combination of thrust, speed, hold, and lift you've ever experienced. Chase Heavener and Shaun Moore, have been preaching the benefits of this Trip all summer long. It's time to join our Trip!
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Reviewer: **DoUbLe C**
i weigh 195. i used to ride on a skinny lil hyperlite, until i tried my friends new TRIP. WOW. i have become a better rider jus cuz of that board. TAKE A TRIP...
Reviewer: Mike Matz
This is one kickass board. I had to sell mine last winter (needed the money), but I loved it every second I had it. I’m a big guy (220-235lbs) but I was able to get great air with the board. It cuts really well for a wide body board, and its extra fins help you hold on to those really hard corners. The middle fins aren’t as deep as they might be on a standard 2 fin board, which makes the Trip fun for surface slides and stuff, as well. The only problem I had was that I got so much air that the landings hurt! Again, I am around 230 lbs, so this is to be expected. The landings are way better than with most other boards, though. Get your hands on a Trip 143 ASAP!
Reviewer: Michael Freedman
You cant find anything wrong with this board. Its a great all around ride. Except what is the design suppose to be?
Reviewer: Ben Baxter
Wow! This board rocks! The 6 fins makes it so easy to cut and when you can cut you can jump, so the pop was huge! Great Board!
Reviewer: John Hatley
I have Collin Wright Skeletree and knew that I would never find a board that I liked to ride more than mine - WRONG, I have never ridden a board that tracks as fast and with as much ease as the TRIP. The increase in air is noticeable from the first jump - the 3fin setup is the key.
Reviewer: Logan Suttmann
I have a 2000 Trip 43 and it has really helped my skills improve vastly. This board really throws you up in the air, and has GREAT tracking (ex fins) I will never buy another board!
Reviewer: Brandon Godsey
Reviewer: Jimmy tart
The board is great for all my needs, i just reomve teh center fins and look out its free style time, it sort of like riding the new helix but just a little better. with more control
Reviewer: David Williams
This board is pretty unique in its feel. I love the way it's loose enough to give the rider a lot of freedom, but tracks very well when it's supposed to. It is not slippery, but more of a controlled looseness. Lots of pop and rides like a much smaller board.
Reviewer: Leo Lacheki
Great board, very fast up the wake. edges hard and tracks well. great pop. I did my first tantrum on the third try with this board. I like the 3 fin style so you can ride without center fin for better spin. great pop and even better landings in the flats. This is a must buy board because you can get one for 230 on ebay. It is definately the best board on ebay for the price. It is paper light and well designed. Trips are the best boards for the price if you go on ebay. check one out
Reviewer: Kevin Burek
Like Double C I used to ride a scrawny Hyperlite piece o’ spam and I also found that my riding improved just because of this board. This board is plenty fast and will turn on a dime. The tracking is unreal but the board is easy to break loose for slides or spins. The pop is huge and the landings are sweet. You can’t go wrong with this board.
Reviewer: wd boarder
LF says 145-250+ I would say 230-250+ unless you only like to go straight. Although It had a good pop, it still was very slow. Totally different that the other trips.
Reviewer: Rob Ferrin
I weigh about 195 lbs. This board does give you great pop, however feels a little slow and sluggish to me. If you are my weight or less you may want to try the trip 38. That is the board I ride and it just feels so much faster and gives you great pop too. If you weigh too much for the 38 this may be the way to go.