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2006 XBC Fish 5'4"
The experts choice, although this is the easiest board for beginners to learn on. Very stable at any speed. Super fast turning and easy to get air!
Boards come in white and include Dakine traction pads unless ordered otherwise.
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Reviewer: Jesse Martinez
I weigh 212 lbs. i was able to stay in the pocket but i dont think this is the board for me. However, this board ran really well and was still quite bouyant. I didnt completley sink the board but a lil bit bigger of a board would deff. help me out. all in all i think this board would be great for someone who weighs under 175 and anywhere from beginer to advanced.
Reviewer: Bob Opsal
Not much more you could ask for in a 5’4.
Reviewer: Rob Brakensiek
when starting this sport I rode every board I could get my hands on -- shreddstix, landlocks, all of them. As soon as I rode an XBC, I was hooked. It was gravy to ride, and was the first board that felt totally solid. What’s wakeboarding? haha These boards straight RIP!
Reviewer: Sean Toal
Throw away all those wake boards without bindings. This is a true wake surf board that makes it easy for everyone to surf behind their boats. This board carves, floats, and looks like a surf board. I cant wait for summer
Reviewer: Mike McMillen
Hands down the best wakesurf board I have ever ridden!!! If you guys have any questions feel free to contact me. I also have a sample or two if you all want to ride them.
Reviewer: Scott Henderson
This is by far the fastest board I have been on,carving is great,easy to control,some boards seem squrly not this one.I am 235 pounds and should be riding a 5’9’’ at least but i had no problem,IMO a must ride