Overtons Watersports® > Launching Life on the Water Since 1976® Shop Gift Cards

Your Overtons.com Session is About to Expire!

What Would You Like To Do?

Renew My Session
Log Out
view-larger ROLL ON TO ZOOM IN

Liquid Force Fury Grind Wakeboard With Fury Bindings

Item # 99455
Customer Rating:

Key Features

  • New shape for 2014

  • Big boosts with smoother transitions

  • Three-stage hybrid rocker

  • Smooth and predictable wakeboard

  • Grind base material for durability


Our Price  $349.99
Sale Price  $279.99
  • Additional discounts do not apply.
  Sold Out

You May Also Like

back to top

details

back to top
Product Description
liquid_force Liquid Force Fury wakeboard has a three-stage hybrid rocker that gives you big boosts with a smoother transition off the wake. Designed with a brand new shape for 2014, the Fury wakeboard is the most aggressive board available for the advanced younger riders. Concave bottom with edge channels keep the board smooth and predictable, yet perfect for those who wish to kick it up a notch and enhance their tricks. The Liquid Force Grind base material offers ultimate durability and a finely tuned hull shape. Fury 118: 46.5"L. For 40-85 lb. riders. Fury 125: 49.2"L. For 65-110 lb. riders.

The brand new Fury binding provides a stable platform for the young, progressive rider. Easy to use and comfortable for little feet, the Fury allows the next generation of kids to spend more time shredding and less time on the swim platform. Sizes: 12T-5Y.

N66 Chassis
Injection-molded Nylon 6 plastic, 6" spread with 12% glass reinforcement.

Impact EVA
Specially designed foam displaces high-energy impacts and reduces heel bruises.

EVA footbed
3D molded footbed with ergonomic contours.

Comfort Liner
Dual density tongue design and integrated J bars.

Single Lace System
Lace system allows you to ease into and out of the binding.

Cuff Stretch Zone
Stretch zone allows flex with no restrictions.

Fit
Specifically engineered footbed and liner just for kids.

product reviews

back to top

q & a

back to top