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Hyperlite Franchise Wakeboard

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Core Material: Foam
Rocker Type: Continuous, 2.7inches
Mounting System: 6 inch
Center Fin: No
Side Fins: 4 Bolt On
Flex Core: No
Rail Ready Base: No
Manufacturer Warranty: 2 Year

Description: Hyperlite Franchise Wakeboard

The Hyperlite Franchise Wakeboard was designed with the assistance of well-known rider Jimmy LaRiche who has tackled the ambitious task of developing a wakeboard using the latest cutting edge technology. With a Biolite 3 Core and Enduro Base, this board is of the highest quality and is built to last for seasons to come. A narrow tip compliments the board's continuous rocker and ensures optimal spinning capabilities. To make landings smooth and easy, dual landing spines and a variable edge profile have been added. The Hyperlite Franchise Wakeboard will have you ripping it up on the wake before you know it!

Key Features of the Hyperlite Franchise Wakeboard:
  • Greg Nelson Design
  • Biolite 3 Core
  • Enduro Base
  • Continuous Rocker
  • Tapered Channels
  • Tapered Fin Alignment
  • Dual Landing Spines
  • Variable Edge Profile
  • Minimum Swing Weight Profile
  • Monocoque Construction
  • Layered Glass
  • Fins: 4 - .8" P-Wing

Wakeboard Binding Compatibility
  • Can accommodate bindings with a 6in binding plate found here.
  • Can only accommodate a single mounting position option for Liquid Force bindings with a 8in binding plate and offers two positions for all other vendors found here.
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    What year is this board?
    A shopper on Jun 13, 2014
    Best Answer: This Hyperlite Franchise Wakeboard is from 2011.
    Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Jun 17, 2014
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