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2004 CWB Pure 135
The last few years CWB has used prototype versions of our new shapes at the Wakeboard Expo Trade show in all white tops, no graphics to show off the C.A.P.T. appearance of molding the board to add strength and reduce weight. We had so many dealers say they wanted to buy boards just like that because it was so clean, simple and cool looking. Now, CWB is reacting to the requests of our dealers to introduce the Pure wakeboard.
The mold is from the 2002 Absolute shape and will be available in 135 cm and 141 cm lengths. It will have a special "dome" applied to the top of the board between the binding location to identify the model and brand. Besides looking good in all white, we know that many of this model board will be decaled or stenciled by riders making the board a more personal statement by applying their own graphic.
The CWB Pure wakeboard features four small, molded-in fins on the bottom with a removable center fin providing lots of options for tracking or for the more progressive "loose" style of riding. This model also has the popular "spine" running down the center of the bottom of the board. The spine, or raised area, cushions landings. This board has lots of rocker, and is almost 17" wide in the middle to create incredible pop off the wake. The unique, molded C.A.P.T. top also reduces the swing weight, making the Pure easier to spin. Construction of this model CWB board is a compression molded glass wrap around a Baydur Polyurethane resin core, with molded-in inserts for extra durability. The white top material is PBT, and Korad is used for the bottom for strength.
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