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2003 Hyperlite Catalyst 112
This year Brian Grubb and Scott Byerly continued to push the boundaries of wakeskating by throwing down legit kickflips, bennihanas to fakie and building transfer railslides that wakeboarders wouldn't even hit. For 2003 Brian and Scott created a new style of skate. They redesigned their proven concave deck and kicktail for extra board control and ollie power, and added a new Jib base material. This material is torsionally stronger and more durable for the demands of skating in your own water park. All of our wakeskates come stock with our EVA deck and a skate designed 1.3" disorder fin. This fin has a longer running length, a shallow overall depth, strong edge hold and still releases quickly for technical tricks.
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Reviewer: Phil Linton
THIS BOARDING IS AMAZING i use to ride wood decks but no i am geting my tricks full rotation and you dont need to ride fins it is amazing go buy it now
Reviewer: Corey Dom
This is a great deck because, it has great pop and fast speed, which is what i like in a skate.Its is freakin awsome on rails too! i ride it finless like most people do, and it still has superior tracking. Highly reccomended skate, this will be my second season with it. pick one up on ebay for sure!
Reviewer: jay smith
I had been riding a scape 112 and had been trying shuv-its and all and i was getting no where, i decide to get a hyperlite molded skate. i especially liked the 03 graphics versus the 05’s so i got one off ebay thats never been rode. anyway within the first 15 minutes riding it this weekend, i was getting shuv-its with ease. the catalyst is a great deck!
Reviewer: Nick Rothenburger
The Grubb is an absolute beauty
Reviewer: Jade Whirley
This skate KICKS! Ive had mine for 4 days and I love it! Easy to olly easy to clear the wake at 70ft even beter for butter slides and surface spins. I took the fins off, cause thats what I like. shuvits were cake. 360 shuvits closest Ive ever got. kickflip attempts were had because the board is so light so it tends to float back with the wind. overall though this board rips it like a gassy kid!
Reviewer: Brent Bunker
Holds an edge awesome. Breaks free on butterslides very easily. Ollies are efforless. Lands really great.
Reviewer: Chris Bronstrup
The new channels are amazing on the new wakeskates. It really helps on tracking and landing. The catalyst 112 from Brian Grubb and the guys at Hyperlite is the bomb!! Word!
Reviewer: Danny Molina
It takes a while to adjust to it. After you get used to it you will start to like it more and more. Its the best skate I have ever rode.
Reviewer: Nick Acimovic
ok i will say this up front. i am not a good wakeskater. i have ridden many decks and this 1 made it feel the easiest. it tracks alot better than the other skates i have used and is alot more stable on the water. i can only do the table top slider at OWC on a wakeskate but it slid nicely. when im behind the boat it pops nicely, not to abrupt and on the rare occasion i am in a position to land it lands smooth. im not the best source on this but i liked it and i think its nice board.
Reviewer: Jemir B
ok I ride an sbg 2002 so the change from wood to foam core was a bit of a change, but after a while I was loving the deck, I ride finless so the channels were in use and it was great, tracks so much better and sticks just enough to get the board straightened out again. it just takes a while to get used to, though it is a bit light so if it gets windy say goodbye.
Reviewer: Hayden C
This skate is BAD@$$! After riding a lucky, a cassette and a concave cassette, this skate rules all. It grabs the water with the molded fins and it has HUGE pop. This thing has better tracking than my byerly finless.