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2002 O'Brien Shapiro LX
World champion more times than many people ride in one summer, Darin has done it all! Proving time and time againthat when it comes down to it, no one is more dedicated to perfection. His competitive and free-riding skills have captured attention worldwide, beyond just the world of wakeboarding. Darin’s all new shape has a wider center body and a double to single concaved hull design with a more defined bottom channel to accent the new tri-fin set up. Three small fins add the final touches to one of the smoothest and stable riding boards.
In the world of all the others rushing to join in on the competitions bandwagon, we have been perfecting a process that is already the standard in aerospace, marine and automobile industries. Without giving away any of our secrets, the LX Series are CNC machined cores that are up to 35% lighter than standard cores. It is also superior in strength and rebound characteristics adding up to unmatched pop off the wake.
Listen, if you are paying extra for a light weight core, make sure it’s strong, doesn’t soak up water or get dinged up with ease and it carries a real warranty. When paying for the goods, make sure you get the best, the LX Series core, only from O’Brien.
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Reviewer: Bryan LaFlame
This board has more pop than all the boy bands in the world. The release is great but also lets you get the board on edge when u want it to. Best board i have ever ridden
Reviewer: mike lowe
this board is pretty kickass im starting to learn some new inverts and the board couldnt be better i def recomend it not only for wake but for kickers and sliders as well.
Amazing. Before I rode this board, I thought it wouldn`t be so much POP, since it’s such a low rocker, but I was wrong! It goes big! In fact, the board is a bit loose on the water, which is great on those sliders, but when you cut, it’s just like your kitchen knife! Lots of speed, and landing are smoooth, just like the overall ride! Try it!
Reviewer: Pete Baum
i like this a board a lot!
Reviewer: Eddie Chan