2018 Connelly Dash Kids' Wakesurf Board

2018 Connelly Dash Kid's Wakesurf Board



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Manufacturer Connelly - view brand page
Item # P8046


It is scientifically proven that smaller boards are easier for kids to ride. The 44” Connelly Dash kid’s board is the perfect first wakesurf board for the little one in your life.


You don’t put your child on an adult sized bike so why would you do that for wakesurfing? Well… we aren’t quite sure, but we see it far too often. Smaller boards designed specifically for the children on the boat are easier to start with, handle, and maneuver.

The Dash is the perfect size for younger riders at just 44 inches. A skim style shape, the wider belly of the board gives it added stability and forgiveness. Sharper rails help the board engage and stay with the wave even with smaller, lighter riders. The flat, featureless bottom of the board helps to generate the maximum speed possible. Configured with three fins, this board can be rode as a single, twin, or thruster. Riding with less fins creates a looser feel while more fins will help give more grip and control in your turns.

A compression molded board, the Dash is built similar to how a wakeboard is built. While making it heavier than some other wakesurf boards, compression molded boards offer the most in durability. Your child’s board will surely take a beating. No need to worry with this board as it won’t ding or crack easily.

Introduce your child to wakesurfing the right way. Get them on the Connelly Dash and have them surfing the endless wave in no time.

Connelly Dash Features

  • -Junior Size and Design
  • -Skim Style Shape
  • -Compression Molded Construction
  • -Polyurethane Resin Core
  • -Flat Base
  • -Three 1.9” Skater Tail Fins
  • -CNC Diamond Cut EVA Pad W/ Kicktail
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