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Liquid Force Doum Skim Wakesurfer

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Specs

Construction:
  • Compression Molded
Fin Setup: Shallow Single Fin
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Liquid Force Doum Skim Wakesurfer

Dominic Lagace continues to be our global ambassador for the sport of wakesurfing. No rider travels the world as much as Doum to spread his love of shredding the lip of boat wakes! Whether he's riding in a contest or teaching a first timer, the pure stoke that he has for the sport is contagious! His top selling board is back with some new artwork and remains the ultimate high performing, yet highly durable skim surfer in our line. Busting huge airs, spinning, shuving, and doing it all again switch stance... the sky is the limit with this brand new design! Hi-5!

Key Features of the Liquid Force Doum Skim Wakesurfer:
  • Compression Molded Design: Strength, durability and performance.
  • Full Rail Shape with Sharp Edge through the Tail: Quicker water release for improved speed and glide.
  • Nose and Tail Channels: Gives control when riding reverse or switch.
  • Shallow Single Fin: Enough fin to drive; yet loose enough to let go and spin.
  • Grooved EVA Two Part Deck Pad: Arch bar and kick stop in tail for extra grip and control; solid front pad sure-footed hold.

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I'm wondering with this board is it capable of throwing in the rope and riding the wake with out a rope because my last board every time I threw in the rope i would sink and not be able to ride the wake without the rope?
A shopper on Jul 14, 2013
Best Answer: You can absolutely ride the liquid Force Doum Skim Wakesurfer behind the boat without a rope! Make sure to keep the wake as large as possible! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=btcAAS7ip4g
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