Fly High Pro X Series Gravity Games Rear Sac (565 lbs)
The Fly High Pro X Series Rear Gravity Games Sac is built to fit in the rear compartment of Supra and Moomba v-drive boats and weighs 165lbs. more than the stock ballast bag. Two of these sacs combined with the Gravity Games Center Sac provides over 2,300lbs. of additional ballast in your boat. It’s easy to see why this is the combination used in all the Gravity Games wakeboard event boats. The Fly High Rear Gravity Games sac will produce a huge, clean wake that will boot you higher. If you don't have a Supra or Moomba, the Fly High Pro X Series Gravity Games Rear Sac are a must have upgrade for the perfect wakeboard and wakesurf wake.
Fly High Pro X Series wakeboard ballast bags were the first products designed from the ground up to be used in a wakeboard boat. Starting with a blank canvas, Fly High was able to rethink nearly every aspect of wakeboard ballast bag constructions and functionality. Gone are the day of two part construction, leaky waterbed connections, and fittings that are difficult to connect. By building their wakeboard ballast bags from a single layer of durable yet flexible vinyl, the same material that is used to build white water rafts, Fly High is able to offer unmatched strength and durability in an easy to use package.
Additionally, Fly High Pro X Series ballast bags feature multiple threaded ports that are built into the construction of the bag. Unlike the blue waterbed connections use on other brands, these strong ports feature durable threads and can be used with Fly High’s options fittings for compatibility with nearly any wakeboard ballast system you can imagine. Step up to the Fly High Pro X Series wakeboard ballast bags and experience the most convenient, durable and highest performing ballast bags on the market.
Nice compromise between V drive sacks and 750s
I have 2 of these in the rear trunk of my 2000 sport/air nautique. 750s were too big and the 400 lb V drive sacks did not maximize the area. I fill them to about 95% before they start lifting the hatch/pad. It would have been nice to have a port on top for venting, otherwise they do their job and have never leaked.