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BUYWAKE EUROPE stock Europe's biggest range of Wakeboards at the best prices. We have the latest 2019 Wakeboards from all the leading brands including RONIX, LIQUID FORCE, SLINGSHOT, HUMANOID, DOUBLE UP, BYERLY, HYPERLITE, JOBE, CWB, OBRIEN and more.

Wakeboarding has become one of the most popular activities on the water and has gained both national and international participants. A wakeboard is a multi-directional board, typically equiped with molded fins or screwed in fins which provide traction on the water. The design of wakeboards have changed over the years and with recent advancement in technology the newest generation consist of wooden cores, unique flex patterns, and even rocker lines with camber.

How do you know that your new wakeboard will be the right size, shape and style, get along with your wakeboard boots and make you look good all at the same time? Typically, you ask your local wake pro and then consult your dog; of course when they are not around you simply read this wakeboard guide.


The size wakeboard you ride will depend on your weight and riding style. Every specific wakeboard has specific sizing guidelines for rider weight. If there are multiple people using your wakeboard, base your selection on the weight of the rider who rides the most or the heaviest rider. Riders can become extremely frustrated with wakeboards that are not long enough to float them sufficiently. However, there is a range in the length wakeboard you can ride.  Here are some reasons why you may choose to go with a longer or shorter wakeboard.

Shorter Wakeboards: Some wakeboarders like to ride a board at the short end of their suggested size range. The feeling you get from a shorter wakeboard depends on the board’s shape, but in general, shorter boards are slower and take more energy to push through the water (the more surface area the board has on the water, the faster it will move across the surface). However, a shorter wakeboard is easier to spin and maneuver in the air as you flip or fly across the wake. However, the decreased surface area makes landings harder and the nose may tend to dig in which causes your nose and the rest of your face to dig into the water too.

Longer Wakeboards: Longer wakeboards are typically easier to ride and learn on, they have a solid feel that will really boost you off the wake. Longer wakeboards are heavier which means you work harder against the weight in the air, but you also get more control so longer boards are great for learning tricks for the first time. A longer wakeboard has more surface area so it will sit on top of the water nicely and move quickly through the water.  The increased surface area of a longer wakeboard will offer softer landings.


A range of wakeboard shapes are available to suit different ability levels. In general, anyone can ride any shape wakeboard as long as it is large enough.  Some shapes make it easier to learn, but a “beginner” should not shy away from an “advanced” board shape. Likewise, an “advanced” rider will not necessarily be restrained by riding a “beginner” board shape. The most important factor is selecting the right size. Choosing a wakeboard is a personal preference and should be fun; pursue your curiosities about a certain shape and allow a propensity for a great graphic factor into your decision.

Beginner-Intermediate: If you have never ridden before, ride occasionally, or are just beginning to cross the wake, check out beginner-intermediate wakeboards. In general, these wakeboards have continuous or mellow 3-stage rockers and tend to be priced for recreational riders.

Intermediate/Advanced: If you are crossing the wake in both directions and clearing the wake, take a look at intermediate-advanced wakeboards. There is a ton of variety in this category, so make sure you read up on the wakeboard features below to understand which features compliment your riding style before you decide on a wakeboard.
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Advanced/Expert: If you know how to spin, are attempting new tricks, stomping inverts or wakeboarding while juggling horseshoes you probably want to look at advanced-expert wakeboards. In general, these wakeboards have aggressive continuous or 3-stage rockers and are less forgiving.  Advanced-Expert Wakeboards are often rider pro models. The bottom line is that these wakeboards are aggressive.
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Now that you know your ability level, learn how the different features of your wakeboard will affect the feel of your ride.

- Continuous Rocker (smooth, continuous arch)

A continuous rocker has one smooth fluid, curved shape.  Wakeboards with continuous rocker provide fast, smooth rides and allow you to hook up turns more easily.  You can generate a lot of speed on a continuous rocker wakeboard.  Speed and a very predictable pop (height) when you hit the wake will shoot you farther out into the flats. Continuous rocker wakeboards are great for carving, especially on those glassy-smooth mornings.

- 3-Stage Rocker (angled with a flat spot)

A wakeboard with a 3-stage rocker features three distinct planes on the bottom of the board, similar to the Styrofoam dish your Taco Del Mar grilled halibut tacos come in. A 3-stage rocker causes your wakeboard to respond with more pop (height) when you hit the wake.  However, more rocker is not always better.  With a more dramatic rocker a wakeboard has a looser or slippery feel on the water surface. In addtion, the shape causes the board to plow rather than cut through the water, making it slower. Your fins become less effective and you must rely more on edging the wakeboard.  Boards with 3-stage rocker have a flat spot which makes the impact of landings more intense and gives a slight sluggish feel after landing.
- Hybrid Rocker (a combination of Continuous and 3-Stage)

Hybrid 3-Stage, Abrupt Continuous, blended 3-Stage, Hybrid Rocker are all names given to rocker profiles living somewhere between a Continuous and 3-Stage Rocker. Each brand and board offers a different combination.


- Concaves: These are basically special dents on the bottom of your wakeboard that create lift and act as suction-reducing accelerators so the board will sit higher in the water and cruise like a hovercraft. Cool.

- Channels: Channels act like long, extruded fins on the bottom of the board and break surface tension before the rest of the wakeboard hits. Think swan dive vs. belly-flop.

- V-Shape Spines: Spines help soften landings and allow you to easily roll from edge to edge similar to the v hull shape of some boats. V-shapes are often added to wakeboards with 3-stage rockers to soften landings.

- Featureless: Wakeboards without any molded-in fins or channels are considered featureless. A featureless bottom leaves the work and performance to the wakeboard’s shape alone; the overall shape, rocker and fin setup on your board will really affect the ride.

- Base Material: You will want to consider base material if you will be using your wakeboard on sliders that may impact the base.

- Grind Base: Grind bases were developed in response to the increasing popularity of rail riding. This style of riding requires a tough base with exceptional durability to withstand the wear and tear from sliding over PVC, metal or docks.


- Sharpness: The sharper the edge or rail, the more aggressively the wakeboard will track, resulting in improved acceleration and overall speed.  The drawback of a sharp edge is that it is easier to catch an edge, resulting in a fly swatter-like effect with your face.  A sharp edge is less forgiving than its rounded counterpart.  Riders who enjoy surface tricks or riding sliders are advised to look for wakeboards with rounder or variable edges to give a buttery feel.  Riders who like an agressive, hard carving ride will feel at home on a sharper rail.  Grip it and rip it.

- Variable Edges: These give you a blend of feel and performance found in sharp versus round edged boards. Variable edged boards have different sharpnesses in the middle vs. the tip and tail of the board.  Variable edges are thicker and rounder (softer) in the middle of the wakeboard and grow progressively thinner (sharper) towards the tip and tail. The variable edge allows the wakeboard to maintain a high level of tracking/grip during edging while at the same time giving you a soft, forgiving edge for butter slides or any surface tricks.  The variable edge, “soft to sharp” pattern, creates lift and pop towards board center and the thinner edges towards the ends make the wakeboard faster and better suited for carving.


Fins are like claws that grip the water differently depending on the number, size and placement on the wakeboard.

- Fin Placement and Size: Deeper or longer fins create a more stable ride and reduce your ability to break the board free for surface tricks…actually, any tricks.  Beginning riders often benefit from longer, deeper fins when they start riding.  As you advance you may want to break the board loose with less effort by removing fins or selecting a board with less traction.  A higher quantity of fins or fins placed near the outside edges of the wakeboard will be more effective.

- Removable vs. Molded-in: Removable fins can be unscrewed and removed from the wakeboard while molded-in fins are glassed into the wakeboard and do not come off. Many wakeboards have molded in fins toward the outside and removable fins closer to the center.  Molded in fins are more durable on sliders.  Removable fins give you more options to change the feel of your ride.

- Fin Maintenance: Check fin screws regularly to make sure they are securely attached to your wakeboard. The fins and their screws do not float.  When you nick your removable fins don't fret, you can sand them out or purchase new fins.


How does weight affect performance?
- Lightweight: Lightweight wakeboards are a joy to ride. With no extra weight holding you down, lightweight wakeboards make for super smooth riding and easy maneuvering.  Wake manufacturers are constantly developing new materials and technology to make lighter wakeboards. Upgrading to a super light board is like trading your Honda Civic for a Porsche, it is light, fun, fast, but with a higher price tag.


Blems are wakeboards that have minor manufacturer blemishes, which occur during production. Blems include any type of small cosmetic difference from a new board; for example, the graphics may not line up perfectly or a color might differ slightly so that it does not match the standard issue wakeboards. These blemishes do not affect the integrity or performance of the product. Blem wakeboards are still under the full manufacturer warranty. Blem wakeboards typically save you a few bucks and give you a “one-of-a-kind” prize.


Keep your wakeboard out of the sun for long periods of time. Sun damages gear just like skin.
Rinse your gear with fresh water after use in salt water.
Protect your investment with a wakeboard bag for storing and transporting. Bags fend off bumps, scratches and long exposure to the sun as well as protect your boat. Be sure to dry your wakeboard before leaving it in its bag for a long period of time. Store your gear in a cool, dry location.

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X  WAKEBOARD: Boards are buoyant with the core usually made up of foam, honeycomb or wood mixed with resin and coated with fiberglass. Metal screws are inserted to attach bindings and fins.

The configuration and positioning of the fins and bindings vary according to rider preference and are adjusted for a variety of reasons. A wakeboarder will change the type of fins used for different types of tricks. For example, shallow fins (which do not protrude into the water very far) are better for surface tricks, such as flat spins. Many newer board models contain small moulded fins on the board, allowing the rider to use smaller centre fins and also to create less drag.

Board hardware is often set up to allow a rider to ride "Switch" or "Fakie," with either foot forward. Such setups are usually symmetrical in layout. New riders normally set up their boards to be comfortable to ride with their "natural" foot forward, which does not allow for riding Switch without modifications.

For best results and easy wakeboarding, this sport is normally done in lakes, and rivers though the intercoastal waterways are also becoming popular.

X WAKEBOARDING: Wakeboarding is a surface water sport which involves riding a wakeboard over the surface of a body of water. It was developed from a combination of water skiing, snowboarding, and surfing techniques.

The rider is usually towed behind a motorboat, typically at speeds of 30–40 km/h (18-25 mph), depending on the board size, rider's weight, type of tricks, and rider's comfort. This speed could also depend on the year, make, and model of the boat because some boats, which are not designed for wakeboarding, create a different size wake which the rider may not feel comfortable with. But a wakeboarder can also be towed by other means, including closed-course cable systems,winches, and personal water craft.