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Liquid Force Jett Wakeboard - Womens

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Description: Liquid Force Jett Wakeboard - Womens

The Liquid Force Jett Wakeboard has an aggressive shape for women that provides more speed and better performance than ever before! This Liquid Force Wakeboard has a composite core material, along with a 3-stage rocker construction that ensures smooth transitions and soft landings. It features 4 molded side fins and a variable edge rail to give added control. A rounded rail in the center provides a forgiving, yet sturdy feel that you will fall in love with as your skills progress. The Liquid Force Jett Wakeboard is an advanced board for women who want to show off their riding capabilities!

Key Features of the Liquid Force Jett Wakeboard:
  • Three Stage, Hybrid Rocker
  • D-I-S-C Hull Through The Center - Double - Inside - Single - Concave
  • Variable Edge Rail
  • Winged Rail Shape
  • Double Concave V-Tail
  • Molded In, Canted Long Base Side Fins

Wakeboard Binding Compatibility
  • Can accommodate bindings with a 6in binding plate found here.
  • Can only accommodate a single mounting position option for Liquid Force bindings with a 8in binding plate and offers two positions for all other vendors found here.
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    My daughter has been wakeboarding for several years. She gets up pretty well crosses the wake good, but basically rides straight. She's not looking to jump or spin, just ride comfortably. She's 5'9" and about 125-130 lbs. Will this board in a 136CM ride good for her or is it too advanced?
    Barry B on Dec 6, 2014
    BEST ANSWER: This is a good board for her to get if she plans on progressing into jumps and spins if she ever chooses. Make sure the removable fins are installed. They make the board much more easily controllable and stable. Once she starts doing tricks like jumps and grabs etc, she may choose to remove them. Definitely remove if she's ready to start riding in a switched stance or doing 180s in the air. Hope that helps. Also, the hyper lite Eden is a great beginner board...very stable but heavier and once she progresses to an intermediate would likely outgrow that board but it's another option I am very familiar with. If she's never going to progress into jumps etc, I'd suggest the Eden.