O'Brien Paradigm Wakeboard
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O'Brien Paradigm Wakeboard

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Core Material: Wood, Fusion Core with Top-to-Bottom Full-Length Wood Stringers
Rocker Type: Hybrid
Mounting System: 6 inch
Center Fin: No
Side Fins: 4 Bolt On
Flex Core: No
Rail Ready Base: Yes, HDPE
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: O'Brien Paradigm Wakeboard

The O'Brien Paradigm Wakeboard is selling off of our shelves faster than ever! This high performance wakeboard has a fusion core with top to bottom, full length wood stringers perfect for ripping it up on the beach. The heavily ribbed cross section makes the board flexible while remaining durable. O'Brien designed the Paradigm to bridge the gap between park and wake riding. No longer will you need multiple boards to fill your riding needs! The Paradigm is equally at home shredding rails or boosting off the double up. A stiff mid-section and flexible tips allow you to carve with incredible energy and accelerate off the wake. The O'Brien Paradigm is a sure favorite for riders of all styles!

Wakeboard Binding Compatability
  • Can accomodate bindings with a 6 inch binding plate found here.
  • Can only accommodate a single mounting position option for Liquid Force bindings with a 8 inch binding plate and offers two positions for all other vendors found here.
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    how do I know what size wakeboard I should get?
    reece l on Jan 5, 2014
    Best Answer: If you haven't already, take a second to look at the SIZING CHART link that is located above the green Add to Cart button. The sizing chart will help you select the O'Brien Paradigm Wakeboard size you need with your specific measurements.
    Reply · Report · Lannie EStaff on Jan 9, 2014
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