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CWB Jive Wakeboard, Blank

Item # 767313
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  • Thin and poppy wakeboard made for the rails

  • Beefy middle makes it easy to land catapults

  • Triax layup adds strength

  • Continuous rocker for soft landings


Our Price  $359.99
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cwb Thin and poppy, the CWB Jive wakeboard is designed for the cable! Thin at the tip and tail, the Jive is perfect for flexy park riding. A beefy middle makes it easy to land big cable corner catapults. Triax layup adds strength. Flex pattern works on both wake and rails. Includes 4 thin, shallow molded fins, 8-up inserts, and two bolt-on fiberglass fins. Continuous rocker keeps the board fast and predictable with smooth landings. For intermediate to advanced riders. Jive 137: 53.9"L x 17"W. Weighs 8.0 lbs. For riders up to 160 lbs. Jive 143: 56.3"L x 17.1"W. Weighs 8.3 lbs. For riders over 150 lbs.
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CWB Jive Wakeboard, Blank

CWB Jive Wakeboard, Blank

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