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2009 Coex Wakesurfer Reviews

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

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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2008 Coex Wakesurfer Reviews

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Our 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. (more…)

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