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How-To: Measure Your Head For A Neoprene Hood

Stay warm even in the coldest water by adding a neoprene hood to your cold weather arsenal.


How-To: Measure Your Hands For Neoprene Gloves

Neoprene gloves are one of the most important parts of your cold water arsenal. Pair them up with a wetsuit or drysuit and you can extend your season well beyond what you thought was possible.View

Tech Tuesday #13: Weighting a Malibu XTi for Wakesurfing

The Malibu XTi can be a tricky boat to weight for wakesurfing based on the amount of room we have to work with. We have had many customers that actually produce great wakes behind the direct drive Malibu's so it is possible.View

Tech Tuesday #8: Wakesurf Board Construction Styles Explained

Wakesurfing has quickly become the fastest growing watersport over the last few years. This explosion has also meant that more and more companies are investing in R&D and coming out with better construction methods and more advanced shapes.View

Choosing The Right Wakesurf Board

Wakesurfing is the newest boardsport to hit the waterways, but it’s quickly becoming the most popular watersport because of the amazing feeling that comes from being pushed by the wave left behind by your boat.View

Weighting a V-Drive Boat For Wakesurfing

We answer a lot of questions pertaining to the subject of "how to weight a v-drive boat for wakesurfing". Instead of diving into the details about filling and draining I am going to keep this simple. The end goal is to surf without the rope. This can be accomplished with a minimal wakesurf ballast bag upgrade. By adding more weight beyond the factory ballast system the surf wake will be bigger faster and the push will be stronger. Friends don't let friends surf two inches from the swim platform.View

Weight Your Boat for Wakesurfing

Ever wonder if your wakesurfing wake could be better? We've put together a post on how to properly weight your boat in order to create the best wake possibly for wakesurfing!View