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Byerly System Wakeboard Boots


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Description: Byerly System Wakeboard Boots

The Byerly System Wakeboard Boots offer several unique features any wakeboard enthusiast would love. The G5 chassis construction offers an extremely light product that maintains the strength you demand. To further ensure maximum responsiveness and control, these Byerly System Boots include an underfoot bridge which links the sidewalls, reducing torsional stress. Byerly has truly hit the mark with a boot you cannot stand to ride without.

Key Features of the Byerly System Wakeboard Boots:
  • Revolutionary 2-Part Construction
  • EVA-Lite Outsole
  • EVA Heel Impact Inserts
  • Custom Ultron Insoles
  • Heat Moldable Hyper-Liner EVA
  • Flow Through Drain Panels and Outsole
  • Traditional Lacing System

Wakeboard Compatibility
  • This binding is fully compatible with all boards with a 6" Insert spread found here.
  • All stance options with except the widest and narrowest on a board with a 7" insert spread found here.
  • Not compatible with boards with a 8" insert spread.
  • Compatible with the narrowest insert options available on boards with the Strata Mounting system found here.
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    like the system.
    Victor C on Sep 18, 2013
    like the system.
    Victor C on Sep 18, 2013
    Are the mounting holes on wakeboards in standard positions so a person can put a different brand binding on a board?
    A shopper on Jul 14, 2015
    but like snowboards there are some exceptions. The most important note to be aware of is around 2012 most bindings and boards switched to a 6in spacing pattern. Older ones will different. All you have to do is measure the distance between screw holes to know which style it uses.