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2003 Hyperlite Fluid
This is a relaxed line of boards for riders that aren't in a hurry. Universal boards have a floatier overall feel, quicker release off the wake, and mellower transitioned turns. A rounded-end profile sits higher in the water, for sessions that are easier to turn, and a unique fin placement allows for smooth lipslides off the wake. Now with a more stable 2.1" Sure Thing tail fin, it's geared to be a building block for proper riding. Over the years, riders like Shaun Murray and Chad Sharpe have established their roots on the freeride originator.
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Reviewer: Julio Toledo
This board is awesome, it really gives you a good felling while you are on it, good speed, and its an awesome board for beginners (it was my first one) and I learned everything I know on it... it really is worth it!!
Reviewer: Dave w
The board is excellent for a learner boarder, it was my first board. you can learn how to carve hard and all the little things really easily, however the pop is not very good, but generally a good board for learners, but restricting when you want to start doing big airs.
Reviewer: Steve A
This is one of the worst boards for sliders that i have ever used. That aside, the board has very good tracking, and lands very smoothly in both regular and switch stances. However, the pop needs a clear wake to pop decently at all, felt awkward when spinning, and rides at too slow a speed. The alternative is that the board loses its fins’ grip on the water from the huge rocker. Not the best board to get.
Reviewer: Ty Thurston
it is a really good for beginners but if u r a fast learner i would go with a more advanced board
Reviewer: P C
Good board, bought it with the Splits, got a godd deal. Used to ride a hyperlite ’96 Twin Honeycomb with 2000 splits so definetly a step up, alot more responsive.
Reviewer: 2 p
I only really had one session with this board. I just noticed that i could spin like a top with it. Otherwise it got an ok raiting from me.
Reviewer: colby duncan
i have been wakeboarding for about 4 seasons. i can do railys and tantrums and all but this board is not so good for that. i had this board about 2 seasons ago and it was pretty good but as i advanced i needed better gear so i got a byerly dna 135. these two boards r the best i have ever had.
Reviewer: Alfonso Cart.
Oh, my what a ride. I picked this board up from what I read here. I saved some money, yet got a awsome board. Nice landings and great ride.
Reviewer: Kory Stotesbery
I use this board when first trying spins and inverts. Its great for smaller people because it is very stable and holds edge well with good fins. Only downside is the overall weight if you yourself are light.
Reviewer: Billy Jenson
I love my fluid 137. I am somewhat of a beginning rider and I was able to get right up and start doing jumps and tricks immediately. I would recomend this board to anyone. I have enjoyed it and will continue to do so. Shop around for a good price. I got mine for $300 with free shipping. I wouldn’t pay more than this.
Reviewer: Luke Bohnet
My friend bought this board and i decided to give it a try.(i normaly ride parks.) I was very inpressed with the way the board handles and it gets nice air off the wake... best board for beginer or inter..
Reviewer: jeff snider
overall a great board. i purchased the fluid with Hyperlite Splits bindings and its a great combo for begginer/intermediate/recreational rider. great pop off the wake, excellant tracking due to the steps and the Sure Thing fins. I’d recommend this board to anyone whos lookin for a board that you can just get great air on and start pullin some tricks.
Reviewer: Josh Kardatzke
This is a great board, it’s good for learning how to do tricks.
Reviewer: perry holder holder
well i have this board my self if you have any questions just email me up this board is awsome if you like to get air get this boartd right now ok well email my email is firstname.lastname@example.org ok any questions you no what to do