Item # wkshyaut4718zz-hyperlite-wakesurfers

Hyperlite Automatic Wakesurfer

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$674.95 $850.00 (21% OFF)
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Description: Hyperlite Automatic Wakesurfer

Delivering a floaty surf vibe from the beaches and wakes of Florida.

Another brainchild from Scott Bouchard and Brian Grubb, the Automatic delivers a floaty surf vibe spawned from the beaches and wakes of Florida. Featuring our all new Full Carbon DuraShell+ Construction the Automatic looks and surfs better than the rest. DuraShell + includes top and bottom carbon laminates and is finished with seamless edges eliminating flash lines, rolling smooth from edge to edge. With a Full Bamboo Base Inlay the Automatic has a lively feel when snapping turn s and popping airs. The single concave running through the midsection delivers great push in the wake. Customize your ride with four Futures Fin Boxes including 2 Flux Fins and 2 Minis for a loose or solid feel.

Key Features of Hyperlite Automatic Wakesurfer:
  • Brian Grubb Signature Surfer
  • Layered Glass
  • EPS Core
  • Full Carbon Durashell + Construction
  • Seamless Rail Finish
  • Single Concave Base Contour
  • Machined EVA Traction
  • Lap Construction
  • Butch Customs
Dimensions
Length 4'7" 5'0"
Total Surface Area (inches) 888" 980"
Tip/Tail Width Swallow Tail Swallow Tail
Center Width 19.75" 20"
Rocker Style/Height 2.45" Tip & 0.25" Tail 2.45" Tip & 0.25" Tail
Fin (qty) Sold Separately Sold Separately
Stance Options N/A N/A
Weight Range 90 lbs and Up 110 lbs and Up

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Warranty?
A shopper on Aug 9, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hey,
The warranty on any of Hyperlite's compression molded wakesurf boards, such as this one, is a period of one year.
Weight limit?
A shopper on Jul 31, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hey,
There technically isn't a weight limit on any particular wakesurf board. A bigger person should ride a bigger board and a smaller person should ride a smaller board. If your boat puts out a big wake, you can ride a smaller board, but if it puts out a small wake, you will need a bigger board.

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