Some of the best wakeboard riders in the world today are barely into their teens. But many start on the Liquid Force Fury!
The best wakeboarders on the planet seem to get younger and younger each year. This progression has increased the demand for grom-sized boards to have some of the same features and technology as pro model wakeboards. The Fury is Liquid Force's response to the demand for a high-performance wakeboard for advanced little ones.
In order to keep up with this progress, Liquid Force had to adapt the lineup and improve kid’s choices. Because of that, Liquid Force is introducing a new shape for 2014: The 125 version of the Fury. The 125’s features make it the most aggressive, pro style board available for the advance little ones!
The most important detail about the Liquid Force Fury wakeboard series is that each sized board is designed with different features that help your “prized possession” improve as they grow themselves. While the 111 and 118 remain smooth and predicable rides that they can progress on, the 125 kicks it up a notch and let’s them unleash the FURY on the wake or rail!
Rails/Edges:Variable Edge Rail
Fin Configuration:Mellow molded in fins
Rocker Type:Classic continuous rocker on 111 and 118 and 3-stage hybrid on 125
Laminates:Pro-Glass Combo Layup
Base Type:Standard Base
Binding Compatibility:M6 Hardware
Technology:Designed specifically for kids
Liquid Force Wakeboard Sizing
Choosing the correct size wakeboard is based on rider weight and riding style preference. There are reasons to size a wakeboard either up or down from what is suggested on the chart.
Sizing Down: Less swing weight to help a rider spin faster. More aggressive feel and a quicker response from edge to edge. Less overall surface area means harder landings and a tendency for the nose to dip.
Sizing Up: The ride will feel slightly slower but smoother. The larger base surface area will provide the rider with softer landings when going big but the response time from edge to edge will feel less responsive.