Reviewer: Hutch Erickson
This is the first board I ever wakesurfed on. Best board out there for learning because of its length and huge fins.
Reviewer: Keith Miller
This is a fun board. It took me a little time to learn how to work it very well. It has a tendency to bury the nose on re-entry on snap-turns. I eventually figured out how to avoid that. I had the easiest time doing airs on this board than any other board I’ve ridden. It might of been because the boat I rode this board behind had its best wake at around 13.5 mph.
Reviewer: Ryan Jensen
It’s a good Begginer/intermediate board.
Reviewer: Julian Granados
I com from riding a 8 foot long soft top so geting to this board was easy. Board is prity responsive and is easy to stay on. It was easy dowing long floters,alying,corving,and sliding out. This year I think Im gowing to put 2.5 or 3.0 fins on it so I can 360. Only thing that felt rong with this board is it some times wants to nose dive the other thing was it’s a litel to wide for the length of the board 5-6. Other than that is grate!
Reviewer: nw rider u
i own both hyperlite boards, the broad cast spins better, the landlock is easier to learn to ride on. both of the boards fit in our wakeboard racks which is a plus for storage
Reviewer: David Mann
I am a team rider for Trick Boardz. I have been riding for over 3 years. This is hyperlites first surf board and it rides like it. It is a great beginner board. It is easy to get up on and easy to surf. I think that their other surf board is alot better. The foot grip is very comfortable. The problem that I found with it was it wants to nose dive. It looks nice though!
Reviewer: danny kissel
Reviewer: wakebrdr dude
Reviewer: SKURF KING