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2005 Hyperlite Catalyst 112
Brian Grubb designed a new series using two layers of glass on the top and bottom for additional overall weight. The new Catalyst sits deeper in the water, has a new softer rail/bevel shape and has a more exaggerated concave design. Grubby also designed a new top sheet pad for all of our wakeskates along with a new wakeskate specific fi, "The Shank."
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Reviewer: Daniel Bauman
Best Skate I’ve ever used, the new shank fins with the channels give the perfect hold. The Shank fins don’t stick out much and don’t break off like normal fins. The concave is awesome too. this is a good wake to wake board as well as just riding behind a sea-doo and doing some tech stuff.
Reviewer: Chris Hau
Dear god I love this board....Ever since i rode this board i have fallen in live with it. Gubby has alwasy been my favourite rider and his board designs sure help keep him my favourite rider. Everyone out there keep wakeskating and try new tricks and always wear a life jacket :D:D:D:D:D:D CATALYS
Reviewer: topher campbell
this is probably the best wakeskate i have ever ridden. when you first get on it it feels loose to the water but once you get the hang of riding your edges then you will like the fact that its loose cause it works really well for butters. i think butters are easier on this skate than on any wakeboard i have ever ridden.
Reviewer: Petey Caruso
i love this board. I have ridden every cassete style ever made loved them then rode this board. it has wonderful pop and soft solid landings. when riding with no fins you have good control and with the added wieght shuv its are much easier. i lobe this board