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2007 Liquid Force PS3 137
Phillip Soven is a wakeboarding machine, and he finally has a board that can keep up with his smooth, yet hard-charging style. The PS3 offers a 3-stage rocker that pops high enough to rotate a 900, yet is fast enough to carry it into the flats. The lifted railline on Phillips board allows the best rider in the world as well as the weekend warrior to spin with the confidence others will envy. Youll never want to stop. An injury may have slowed Phillip down a bit in 2006, but he and his PS3 are back in 2007 with an edgier attitude and are ready to once again take the world by storm.
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Reviewer: Matt York
PS3 has Good POP, very easy to take into the flats. For an aggressive 3 stage this board is extremely fast! Landings are amazing even ON the wake. Spinning is stupid easy. I land still spinning. The board, even without fins, tracks very well; but is still simple to switch ontop of water. I prefer a little bit looser board but this will do fine. You will never catch an edge as the center is well rounded, great for buttering around and lip-slides. Cuts toward wake like no other board, comfortable even when switch. Slow initiation, but amazingly fast when on edge. GREAT BOARD
Reviewer: NICK ELY
THIS BOARD IS SICK. TRACKS WELL. GOOD POP WITH SUPER SOFT LANDINGS. MY FAVORITE BOARD THAT IVE RIDDEN IN A WHILE
Reviewer: b p
huge pop and pillow soft landings. holds up great on rails. tracks very well this board is one of the best out there just like Phillip Soven
Reviewer: Emmett Shaffer
Overall this is probably the 2nd best board I have ever owned. I have just started attempting inverts so my rating on that is probably not very accurate. Board does have soft landings even if you land short on top of the wake. Still wish I had me 06 Byerly back!
Reviewer: Dan Gitlin
This board is a bit tighter (finless) then expected but still ok. The speed is above average but not really fast. The pop is great. The best part of this baord is the landings.
Reviewer: Jamison Buehler
With out the center fin in, the board tends to be abit to lose for me