2017 Liquid Force Gromi Kids' Wakesurf Board
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The Gromi is Liquid Force’s newest skim shape designed for all the children out on the boat. You don’t teach them to ride a bike on on adult sized bike. Why would you teach them to wakesurf on an adult sized wakesurf board? Every aspect of this board was designed to make the experience as easy and enjoyable as possible for your child.
A compression molded construction makes this board highly durable and able to withstand the beating it is bound to take. The beveled rail edge gives the board more forgiveness and prevents the edge from catching. A fuller diamond shape in the tip and tail give the board extra volume, making it more stable. The single concave hull creates added glide and speed through the water. A slotted tail channel gives the rider more feel and control of the board. A large EVA traction pad covers the entire top deck for maximum grip between the rider’s feet and the board.
The Gromi has several options for the fin setup, allowing the grom in your lift to customize the feel of the board. Ride a single fin for that classic skim feel. Ride it as a twin fin for a loose, surfy feel. Throw in all three fins for maximum hold on turns and added drive down the line.
The little ones will be ripping in no time on the all-new Gromi.
Liquid Force Gromi Features
- -Compression Molded PU Core Design
- -Rounded Diamond Tip Shape
- -Beveled Rail Edge - Nose through Mid Section
- -Single Concave into Slotted Tail Channel
- -Versatile 3 Fin Option
- -Large Grooved EVA Deck Traction Pads
A skim style board is popular for doing spins, airs, and skate inspired tricks behind the boat. If you are looking to get tricky surfing the endless wave, a skim board is the best option. We recommend a skim style wakesurf board for advanced riders only.
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.
A hybrid of a pin tail and a squash tail, this shape carries speed very well and makes tight turns look easy thanks to the shortened rail line. Not only does it look cool, it performs great.