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2009 Jimmy Jam Wakesurfer Reviews

April 5th, 2009 · No Reviews · Add a Review

2009 Jimmy Jam WakesurfersThe O’Brien Jimmy Jam recreational wake surf trainer is made of sturdy body board foam construction and designed for beginners in mind. The foam helps prevent dings to the boat hull, bruising riders and pasengers while cool enough to be ridden by the best! Great Fun for those who want to venture into wake surfing!

  • Aquatic hook.
  • Ribbed foot area.
  • Soft Foam top.
  • Large Surf fin.

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2009 Fun Board Wakesurfer Reviews

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2009 Fun Board WakesurfersThe best priced product you can find behind the boat for recreational use! The Fun Board is pulled directly by the boat. Kids to adults can have a blast in the water behind a boat lying down, kneeling and standing up without getting tired arms and hands! Learn balance, sense of being behind a boat, successes of kneeling and standing on the water all on the versatile fun board!

  • Rope handle
  • Soft Foam top
  • Large Surf fin

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2009 O’brien Wakesurfer Reviews

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2009 O'brien WakesurfersLooking to get into the sport of wake surfing but aren’t ready to break the bank buying new equipment? Our new Wakesurfer is for you. We’ve taken one of the best shapes in the surf industry and refined it for use behind the boat. The top deck is a durable foam polymer that is both soft and grippy. Featuring a flatter rocker pattern and classic profile, our Wake surfer has plenty of speed for anyone to catch the wave behind the boat.

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2009 Alias TT Wakesurfer Reviews

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2009 Alias TT WakesurfersBlending the line between surfing and skating, O’Brien’s Alias TT surfer is a true symmetrical twin tip board. Designed to be ridden centered on the board, the deck is fully dished out to give the board the feel and control of a concave skate. A squash tip & tail give the board push and let you pump from way back on the wake. Ride switch, slide the lip, and spin 3s like never before. Quad side fins give just the right edge bite for most riders, but advanced riders can choose to run a single center fin or no fins at all. Shape by Russ Wilde and Chris Johnson.

Weight range:
4’6” recommended weight – up to 185 lbs.
5’0 recommended weight 150 – 240 lbs.

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2009 Alias Wakesurfer Reviews

April 5th, 2009 · No Reviews · Add a Review

2009 Alias WakesurfersIt all started with surfing, and now you don’t need to live next to a world class point break to feel the rush of the surf. Just the right amount of rocker through the nose and a single surf fin make the Alias nice and fast. The foam pad is comfortable and sticky for wave slashing or any other moves you can dream up. Construction is highly durable compression molded with a beefy polyester base.

Weight range:
5’- Under 250 lbs.
4’ 6”- Under 180lbs.

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2009 Venture Wakesurfer Reviews

April 1st, 2009 · No Reviews · Add a Review

2009 Venture WakesurfersVENTURE 5’0”

Shaped for everyone in the boat, this surfer works perfectly in medium to average wakes. The short and wide profile generates push while the squash tail allows any surfer to maneuver with little effort. With the forgiveness of variable edges and the superior tracking caused by three fins, any ability level will experience the “endless summer”.

VENTURE 5’6”

Made for smaller wakes or for the first timers to enjoy the endless wave we call the wake. With a wide profile and thick rails this super stable shape incorporates a three fin setup with a single to double concave allowing it to maneuver like a smaller surfer.

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2009 Custom Wakesurfer Reviews

April 1st, 2009 · No Reviews · Add a Review

2009 Custom WakesurfersJimmy Redmon has taken his years of shaping wakeboards and surfboards and used the experience to build what many are calling the best wakesurfers to hit the market! Ride one once and you will instantly become a fan. Smiles are never ending as you’ll continue to improve each time you drop in on your wake. Equipped with an LF Traction pad for grip, and a lightweight core, these boards fly on the wake. LF Wakesurfing… it’s a new revolution sweeping the nation one wake at a time!

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2009 Custom Thruster Wakesurfer Reviews

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2009 Custom Thruster WakesurfersJimmy Redmon has taken his years of shaping wakeboards and surfboards and used the experience to build what many are calling the best wakesurfers to hit the market! Ride one once and you will instantly become a fan. Smiles are never ending as you’ll continue to improve each time you drop in on your wake. Equipped with an LF Traction pad for grip, and a lightweight core, these boards fly on the wake. LF Wakesurfing… it’s a new revolution sweeping the nation one wake at a time!

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2009 Landlock Wakesurfer Reviews

March 27th, 2009 · No Reviews · Add a Review

2009 Landlock WakesurfersThe Landlock is geared for riders taking a slash for the first time, bigger riders, or just the toes on the nose mellower transitioned, tail heavy session. This fresh water creation features our softest/thickest rail with a concave top deck for that forgiving, laid-back soul turn.

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2009 Broadcast Wakesurfer Reviews

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2009 Broadcast WakesurfersThe Broadcast boards are crafted with more of a traditional wakeboard rail for a deeper ride in the water. Preferred by riders that want to surf the way they wakeboard. Quicker reacting, harder edging with more of a centered weight distribution for a knifing style of bottom turn. Available in 2 sizes with a fast rocker prepared for the endless summer.

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2009 Coex Wakesurfer Reviews

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2009 Coex WakesurfersOur smallest performer has a stomp pad and a concave for more board control. Whether a rider is coming out of a bottom turn or snapping off the wake for a frontside air, the Coex is built for performance. The Coex features a rolled edge that starts softer and thicker at the tip. This gives the rider more of a surfy feel. Toward the tail the edge the rolls to a sharper traditional wake rail for added response. Even with its small stature the Coex can still be surfed by bigger riders because it sits higher in the water than most other decks. Brian Grubb, Erik Ruck, and Scott Byerly designed a short board with wakeskate maneuverability.

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2009 Swell Wakesurfer Reviews

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2009 Swell WakesurfersChasing the endless wave has never been more fun! Introducing the 4’3” Swell from Hyperlite. Built with our new Sonic core and seamless epoxy construction, the Swell is as close to a real surfboard as possible. The new nearly symmetrical profile and reduced tail rocker make this board ride equally as good switch and super fast out of the curl. The Swell was shaped with the advanced rider in mind, but remains user friendly enough for any size or ability level.

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  • Sonic Core
  • Seamless Edge Epoxy Construction
  • Dura Clear Base
  • Shorter, Wider Profile
  • Flat Tail Rocker Line
  • Fully Machined Traction Pad
  • Die Cut Logo

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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.

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

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2008 Jimmy Jam Wakesurfer Reviews

July 17th, 2008 · 3 Reviews · Add a Review

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The O’Brien Jimmy Jam recreational wake surf trainer is made of sturdy body board foam construction and designed for beginners in mind. The foam helps prevent dings to the boat hull, bruising riders and passengers while cool enough to be ridden by the best! Great Fun for those who want to venture into wake surfing!

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2008 Alias TT Wakesurfer Reviews

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Blending the line between surfing and skating, O’Brien’s Alias TT surfer is a true symmetrical twin tip board. Designed to be ridden centered on the board, the deck is fully dished out to give the board a feel and control of a concave skate. A squash tip & tail give the board push and let you pump from way back on the wake. Ride switsh, slide the lip, and spin 3’s like never before. Quad side fins give just the right edge bite for most riders, but advanced riders can choose to run a single center fin or no fin at all.

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