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2008 CWB Faction 144
A continuous rocker line, very small molded fins, and subtle rails create a shape that glides across the water effortlessly. A four-fin speedster that gives you two boards in one, a wake killer as well as a free shape for pressing in the flats.
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This was my first board, and i ordered it too big i guess i was looking at the wrong sizing chart, but this is a great board. It's pretty heavy, every time one of my buddies pulls it off the rack, i hear about how its the heaviest board on the boat,
Reviewer: micky foley
this board is great it exceded my expectations the pop is insane very snappy but still very controllable cwb is a great board company the board tracks very well with the two 1 inch fins the center spine makes the landings soft for sure i like this board above all the other major name brands that i have ridden the only thing that comes close to this board is liquid force but i think that the liquid force boards require too much effort for surface tricks mainly spins but just as good all though i have not ridden alot of top end hyperlite boards only a few i really want to try a murray or marek hope this was helpfull
Reviewer: tyrone presto
This board is everything it was worked up to be. It releases off the wake very well and the pop is amazing. It is in opinion not a board for beginners but once you know how to ride I highly recommend it board
Reviewer: Neal Bradley
This is my first board, and I love it. It took some getting used to, because of the loose underside. It slides really easily, but its pretty much the reason I can jump the wake now. And the landing are amazingly soft. I shared an old hyperlite board with my friend,and it was extremely stiff on turns and I couldnt land a jump for the life of me. everyone can disregard most of the pop and inverts rating... im still learning.