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2003 Hyperlite Vero
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: Paul Hale
This is a great beginners board. It will help you get up... and it tracks well so you can start to learn some basic tricks. Beyond that its a bit heavy and not too great for spins... but as a beginners board i cant complain.
Reviewer: Shawn Mather
This is the board that never changes...it is the same since ’99 because it was, and is, a great, stable design for the progressing rider.
Reviewer: Brad S
Great beginner board for a large first-timer. Deep water starts are cake, and the ride is stable.
Reviewer: thomas fowler
a good board, for larger people just learning to ride, its loke a ridable tank, it takes alot to buck it. doesnt have much pop, and its big and kinda hard to spin, but its a tough board, itll take a beating.
Reviewer: Justin offroadpro
This board is only for beginners or people just wanting to ride around. the board is very buttery on landings and on cutting. The board is on the heavy side for spinning and flipping. But a very good fundamental board.