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2009 Bi-Level Wakeskate Reviews

March 26th, 2009 · 1 Review · Add a Review

2009 Bi-Level WakeskatesA blend of compression molding and wood core technology truly defines Scotts new wakeskate. Durability was a key factor in the design of the Blend. The top deck is constructed of a sealed wood E-core deck. This means all the feel and snap of a wood deck, sealed off from the elements with glass and a full ABS side wall, no more cracking, warping, or softening over time. The top deck is attached to a compression molded base that has all the features Scott was looking for. Molded channels tip and tail allow for a responsive edge into the wake, and the 3-stage rocker gives plenty of pop once your there. The base deck is finished off with a soft bevel so you dont get hung up on surface tricks.


  • E Core top deck
  • ABS sidewall
  • Composite bushings
  • Grip tape top
  • Compression molded base
  • Layered Glass
  • Limited lifetime Warranty


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2009 Legacy Wakeskate Reviews

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2009 Legacy WakeskatesWhen Scott approached Butch about shaping the first wakeskate for his line, he had no idea he would soon have every thing he wanted and more. This revolutionary shape combines dual level engineering with compression molded durability and construction. Butch took every contour of a high end skate deck and replicated it to the tee. Elevated kicktails and a wider deck allow for better response and a bigger foot. Combined with a subtle three stage rocker and narrower channels, the Legacy is built for anything a rider can throw at it.


  • Shaped by Scott Bouchard
  • True Skate Top Concaves
  • Griptape Top
  • Dual Level Construction
  • Textured Paint
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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