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2004 Hyperlite Catalyst 112
Scott Byerly and Brian Grubb have learned over the years what works. From the depth of the concave to the height of the kicktail, width, sidecut, rocker line and EVA density. These wakeskates represent the constant feedback of their skate need.
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Reviewer: mitch pantzke
B. grubb either way is the man an this board is a potato peeler and a half off the wake......although im not feelin its kick flip touch....i might stick to wakeboarding......
Reviewer: Josh Jungmann
This board is really great. it is my first board and i love it, i learned to wakeskate so fast it was incredible.
Reviewer: evan park
to light, to long, to skinny, doesn’t track very well... im a pritty good skater and I feel on a lip to revert haha I think Ill stick to my LF skates
Reviewer: Rebecca Poulos
Three words: KICK ASS BOARD I don’t have any sliders and my boat is a bayliner and yet this board slides on the wake great. Its really easy to carve through the wakes and ollies are a sinch. I had a grip tape board before and it cut up my ankle really bad on a fall but now I have the foam and I think it even grips better and yet it is softer. I’m not good enough to do spins and stuff but I gave it a five anyway because this is a KICK ASS BOARD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Reviewer: David Slumka
This wakeskate kicks some fat ass. It shov-its better than any other and kick flips way better than the cassettes. This board rocks and deffenetly better than any other one out there.