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Hyperlite Motive Wakeboard

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Description: Hyperlite Motive Wakeboard

The Motive is a board preferred by beginner/intermediate riders who like the flowing feel of the original free ride series. The Motive provides a mellower turn with smoother lift off the wake.

Key Features of Hyperlite Motive Wakeboard:
  • Molded-in Fins
  • Continuous Rocker
  • V Bottom Tunnel
  • Monocoque Construction
  • Layered Glass
  • Fins: (2) 1.3 inch Disorder


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Best Bang for the Buck for a beginner!!!!!!
nicole p on Dec 16, 2015
Best Bang for the Buck for a beginner!!!!!!
nicole p on Dec 16, 2015
Does the Motive 140 come with bindings? Size?
A shopper on Jun 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Have to buy the boots. They come with bindings.
Hello, I am Looking to buy this wakeboard as a intermediate board and for the family. I was wondering if this board came with bindings? If not what or where should I buy bindings at. Smallest shoe size in my family is 6 largest size 11?
A shopper on Jan 15, 2017
BEST ANSWER: This board doens't come with bindings.

It'll be VERY difficult to find a package with boots that fit a range between 6-11.

Check out all of the packages we have HERE:
How heavy is the board?
Rhett O on May 31, 2017
11 lbs.... fairly typical for boards in this range.
I'm a male, 140 lbs, 5'6 looking for a wakeboard of no longer than 135cm. Possibly a blem since I'm on a budget of no more than $300 with bindings included. Can you help me select something in your inventory?
Thank you
tommy b on Jul 12, 2016

after a bit of searching, I was able to find the Hyperlite state 2.0 that seems to suit your needs! You can check it out here:
can I use it in cable wake ?
A shopper on Apr 4, 2016

you definitely could, but it is most commonly used behind a boat.