2017 Hyperlite Ripper Kids' Wakesurf Board
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Think this looks like the Hyperlite Gromcast! That is because it is is (almost)! The all-new Hyperlite Ripper originates from the Gromcast shape but is built with a wood core for added durability and a cheaper price point. Every aspect of the Ripper was carefully designed to deliver fun and smiles to all the little shredders on the boat.
Hyperlite made sure that this board was easy to surf and an overall fun shape for the next generation of wakesurfers. The squash tail design helps create push and keep you in the sweet spot of the wave. A wide profile and gentle edges creates the stability and forgiveness that novice riders will be thankful for. As a shorter board, kids will find it easy to begin learning turns, carves, and spins.
Three removable fins make it quick and easy to change the feel of the board in the water. Ride one or two fins for a looser feel while all three in will provided maximum hold and grip through turns. The Ripper is built using Hyperlite’s monocoque construction, integrating the top glass and bottom glass into one for added durability.
Don’t make your kid ride an adult-sized board. Get them the right equipment and watch them begin to shred. Whether just learning or already stomping 360’s, the Hyperlite Ripper is a new addition solely designed to make wakesurfing fun and enjoyable for your little grom.
Hyperlite Ripper Features
- -Kids Specific Squash Tail Design
- -E Core
- -Molded EVA
- -Dual Concave Fore Body
- -Chop Tip Design
- -Lap Construction
- -Layered Glass
- -Futures Fin System
The name says it all… a hybrid shape is a blend between surf and skim style. The goal is simply to offer the best of both worlds, the playfulness of a skim style board and the high speed maneuverability of a surf style board.
The most popular fin setup for good reason. The outside fins help generate speed down the line while the center fin offers stability and control. Even better, it can be rode as a single or twin fin as well. This setup excels in almost all conditions.
The most common tail shape as it very user-friendly and versatile. It looks similar to a square tail but it is far more nimble and tracks much better when at high speeds. Designed to perform on waves of all shapes and sizes.