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2003 CWB Prodigy 136
It's BACK. The molded-in fin board that caused all the commotion last year is back for 2003. The Prodigy was designed to be a smooth and forgiving board that can seemingly transition from wake riding straight into a slider park without any adjustments. Designed with pop off the wake and easy landings in mind, the Prodigy has evolved into a shape that has pushed riders to new limits. And with the overwhelming response of our national team of groms killing it on a 136cm Prodigy, CWB has built a new 132cm Prodigy for these young demanding riders. Every 2003 Prodigy has smoother rails which will give you even more acceleration into the wake. Designed and ridden by Rob Strhuarik, the the Prodigy has been pushed to the limits and tested in every way possible. "Every day I ride my 132, I can't help but have a blast on the water. When I was younger my parents always said that hard work will pay off, and it sure has - with the design of this board. We tested and tested shapes one after the other and fine tuned each modification. It won't make it a success if we sell a million, it makes it a success every time someone can't believe how much they enjoy riding it." Rob Struharik.
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Reviewer: Dave Lee
This board is sick the landings are easy pop is insane and i dont even have a tower and i can land 360s its well worth the money i got mine for $200
Reviewer: Matt Montgomery
Whoever had the idea of creating this board is a freaking genious and should be awared the nobel peace prize because this board is the baddest board ever.
Reviewer: Victor Köhler
Reviewer: nick kantola
i absolutley love this board. My friend has a hyperlite, its terrible compared to the prodigy. the molded fins are super nice. you get alot of pop off the wake with this board
Reviewer: Clint Helander
This board is awesome at just about everything. It holds up well all the way up the wake and stays put for a hard or soft landing.
Reviewer: Arjan none
Real gr8 board I’m really pleased with it. You easely keep your speed in turns. And it jumps real nice. Just a good all round board for the more advanced rider.
Reviewer: Steve Palmer
Three words here: Just say no! Thought Strus board would rock, feels more like a rock. Stay away.