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O'Brien System Wakeboard w/ Clutch Bindings - Kids

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Description: O'Brien System Wakeboard w/ Clutch Bindings - Kids

For the young water shredders who are always seeking new heights and speeds, the O'Brien System Wakeboard w/ Clutch Bindings package is a must-have. The System Wakeboard utilizes a continuous rocker which makes the top of the wake both reliable and stable. Dual channels through the tip and tail provide fast yet extremely predictable edging. Getting up and out of the water can sometimes big a challenge for young riders, an extra buoyant foam core fixes this problem by making getting up simple and easy. The Clutch bindings feature an open toe design about to fit a variety of foot sizes. A Free- Flex tongue makes enter this binding a breeze and provides maximum comfort. The O'Brien System wakeboard package is the perfect combo to provide and great water learning experience for youngsters all summer long.

Key Features of O'Brien System Wakeboard w/ Clutch Bindings
  • Dual Channel at Tip/Tail
  • Center Mounted Flank Fins
  • Extra Buoyant Foam Core
  • Continuous Rocker
  • 6mm Inserts
  • Flex: 9/10

Clutch Binding Features:

  • Open Toe Design for more fit flexibility
  • Free-Flex tongue opens wide for easy entry
  • Size Specific Construction
  • Strobel Lasted Liner
  • Comfort Footbed
  • 2 Canted Chassis
  • Ultra lightweight
  • 5-point adjustment
Dimensions
Board/Size System 119 System 124
Length 119cm / 46.9” 124cm / 48.8”
Width 38.1cm / 15” 40cm / 15.75”
Rocker 2.1 Continuous 2.15 Continuous
Stance 18 20 22 20 22 24
Weight Limit 40-120 lbs 60-140 lbs
Fin Set-Up Attack 1.4 Attack 1.4

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The fins on the bottom of the board are for what reason?
Gene R on Jul 23, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The fins provide stability. They allow you to carve turns and hold a line, while still allowing you to slide the board.
Without the fins, the board would behave much more like a saucer.