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2009 Alias TT Wakesurfer Reviews

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

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

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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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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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2008 Alias Wakesurfer Reviews

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It 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.

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