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2002 Liquid Force Balance 135
This is Gregg's 3rd pro model, and after 6 years of working with Jimmy Redmon he's grown very particular about what he wants. The goal with this series was to make a board that could turn and edge harder and faster than his Trip. While doing this, he didn't want to take away from the amount of lift off the wake that he gets, or take away the ability to break it loose when needed. Gregg's had the most to do with the progression of our boards over the years, and this series is no different, as it will bring control and balance to your attack.
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Reviewer: Paul Morris
This board is uper solid on landings for inverts and spins. The deep grooves and concave side fins track like nothing I’ve seen before. Not only do I swear by this board for my best riding, I find it is great for rough water at tournaments and for teaching first-timers. Be aware though, you sacrifice a bit on pop and is a little heavier than other models.
Reviewer: Dave Beck
This oard kicks ass! It grips when you want it to, and it will slide easy aswell. It has a nice fast cutting adge, great release, and soft landings. What more do you want?
Reviewer: Vader gibsnich
Great Board! I was a total beginner 3 month ago on a Hyperlite Fluid. I couldnt imagine doing a raley. Today I landed my first one after 2 weeks of using this Board! Great edge controle, good pop as far as I can say that. Worth every cent!!
Reviewer: Devon Dudley
Reviewer: Greg Hodgin
This board rides similar to a Blindside DV8, slightly looser, lighter and bigger air made easy. This board is light, inverts and spins are alot easier with this board. The board tracks really well but in rougher water becomes loose. I weigh 185 so I have to be a more careful on my landings. The 140 version would probably suit my weight better but I personnally prefer the shorter board.
Reviewer: Jeff Martinka
If you liked this board I suggest trying the Helix 34. I couldn’t seem to land any inverts with this board, but everything else was solid. I just like the Helix better
Reviewer: brian carr
this is my first time on the board.the board is unbeleivably close to the obrien ambush except for the shape of the tips and the extra fins.i could not believe how close they rode.the ambush is supposed to be a beginner board.this board is xtreamly loose,like the ambush but its landings are the softest that i have felt on any other board that i have riddin.has to be because of the shape of the tail.a pleasure to ride.
Reviewer: STeve Holmes
this board is definetly the phatest i’ve rode. A little small for me, but nonetheless worth every penny. Insane control
Reviewer: p tiggy
liquid force makes the sickest boards out of all of the other companies and balance 135 is one of the best boards along with the helix,trip,and subject.its a board made for going huge off into the flats all it needs is a crazy rider to have the balls to wing it huge.
Reviewer: Mike VanPatten
Fast, Very fast. I have recently demoed about every 2002 board from CWB, hyperlite and Liquid Force and this board is awesome.
Reviewer: Kam Sheffield
I don’t know what the other guys where thinking when they said this board is alittle loose, the Subjekt is loose, this thing is sooo locked down, I actually had to try to free the fin, (something I’m really not used to) it’s edge hold is unbelievable, it’s speed is crazy, it’s pop is huge, you can definalty tell this board came from Necrason. I would recommend this board to anyone, if they can handle it :D
Reviewer: Jose Lopez
WOW!!!I just got this board not to long ago and i absolutely love it. Its a little loose when you first ride it but once you get used to it the tracking and board speed is unbelievable. It’s one of the best investments i’ve ever made.
Reviewer: Tim Nilsen
A little squirly at first, but you get used to the loose feel fast, and realize it’s to your advantage. It’s easy to release when you want it to for slides. The cupped fins help track when you’re charging at the wake and the swing weight is minimal! Overall loved it. Boards have come a long way.