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Gator Boards Legend Wakeboard

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Description: Gator Boards Legend Wakeboard

The Gator Boards Legend Wakeboard will surprise you with its amazing level of quality! This wakeboard has been crafted with top-notch materials that provide rider satisfaction every time it's used. The board's increased width allows you to become more comfortable on the water, ensuring successful attempts on all the new tricks you throw down. It also comes with two fiberglass fins for optimal stability. A continuous rocker design ensures smooth transitions and added levels of pop off the wake. If you're debating upgrading your board setup this season, take a shot on the Gator Boards Legend Wakeboard and you'll never look back!

Key Features of the Gator Boards Legend Wakeboard:
  • Infinite Wrap
  • UV Based Resins
  • Aluminum Fins
  • Fisher-Fiber Base
  • True Angled Molded Fins
  • Compressed Poly Cores
  • Continous Rocker


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Why did you choose this? Store
Mainly the size and it was on sale ...
Chris B on Mar 30, 2014
Mainly the size and it was on sale ...
Chris B on Mar 30, 2014
price and size of board
RODNEY L on Jan 6, 2014
price and size of board
RODNEY L on Jan 6, 2014
Is it ramp friendly?
A shopper on Jul 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: For ramps, a board with a "grind" bottom will last longer and slide better for you.
Will LIQUID FORCE DOMAIN BINDINGS bolt on this board?
A shopper on Apr 24, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I dont know about LF bindings, but I have 2 obriens bindings and both fitted normally.
Do you offer the the aluminum fins for this board? If so how much are they?
GREED on Aug 6, 2015
Hyperlite makes some really specific Aluminum fins for their boards... which are not universally compatible. Basically, no.