View Larger Image
2007 Byerly Legacy 52
Six years ago, Butch shaped Scotts first board in the Hyperlite line. It was a shape that paved the way for 3-stage rocker and numerous other features. Today, Butchs latest creation combines everything he has learned from past shapes into a board a brand is built on. The Legacy starts with a blended 3-stage rocker to produce that famous Byerly pop, but with a more controlled feeling off the wake. Molded-in ABS fins allow for a quick responsive ride all the way through the release, while proving indestructible on sliders and fun boxes. A defined belly channel for super soft landings finishes off the inaugural board of the Byerly line.
Add Your Review
Add Your Review
Reviewer: Jordan Gross
Best board Ive ever rode. This board has a tremendous amount of pop and its landings are amazing. I have the 08 Byerly boots on it and together they make a wonderful smooth ride. This board is kinda loose when you are trying to do surface 180s or anything like that but sticks great when you need it to most!
Reviewer: Ben Gibson
This board continues to impress me. It feels heavy at first, but don’t let that fool you. It has tons of pop.(it is so wide). It tracks great and has a more mellow feel while cutting. And it is surprisingly forgiving. All around great board!
Reviewer: Kory Kraus
ive been a huge fan of byerlys line for a while. i used to have the 2004 hyuperlite byerly 132 with cut out side fins, i didnt think it could be much better...i was dead wrong. it has the famous byerly "pop" and tracking. but they made the legacy a little fatter for softer landings. so the pop send you to the moon and you land on foam practically. best board ever!
Reviewer: Derek Renauld
I have been a fan of all of Byerly’s Hyperlite Shapes since ’98. This is my fav. I got a different feel on this board, but if you have liked the "scott-pop" of past you should adjust to it with ease. I noticed some extra width helped cushion the landings, some extra swing-weight help with spins and control. I didn’t have that much time to ride behind the boat; however, in my attempts to destroy it on the rails at O-Dub, I failed miserably. Whatever this thing is made out of should be shipped over to Iraq to protect our troups!