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Liquid Force Anthem Wakeskate

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Specs

Core Material: Wood
Top Material: Foam
Base Material: Standard Base
Concave: No
Bi-Level: No
Rocker Type: 3 Stage, Progressive 3 Stage Rocker
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Liquid Force Anthem Wakeskate

The Liquid Force Anthem Wakeskate is changing things up this season! Be unique and dance to the beat of your own anthem with this new wakeskate that has become an instant sensation with the local riding crowds. The Anthem features a progressive 3-stage rocker that cleans up sloppy transitions and makes for solid, secure edging. We have also included a single concave design on this ride that makes it track straighter than ever, and a full wood construction that adds overall strength and rigidity for maximum responsiveness. Stand out this season and make your turns on the Liquid Force Anthem Wakeskate!

Key Features of the Liquid Force Anthem Wakeskate:
  • For 2013 we updated the outline of the board, to have more midsection and continuous outline shape, for a better edge hold and more consistent feel under your feet.
  • EVA Deck
  • Progressive 3-Stage Rocker
  • Single concave
  • Wood Construction
  • Constant Rail Edge
  • Comes standard with two 1.0 skate fins

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Would this be an a board that you could learn on?
Reid E on Jan 12, 2014
Best Answer: Absolutely, both of my kids learned on it. It is one of the best boards ever!
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Would this be a good board for a 10 year old, about 4'6". Experienced wake boarder but new to wake skates?
Christine J on Nov 28, 2013
Best Answer: It is a great wakeskate ! I might suggest going with a 42", because kids will eventually grow up and need a bit longer board. My 13 year old rides our 44" with no problem.
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