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footndale

I'm looking for a used wakeboard for my 15yr old daughter. This will be her 2nd season wakeboarding and is focused on working hard on tricks.

Any good recommendations for a wakeboard? She might weight 100lbs. I'm thinking something around 130-134cm would work well.

Thanks

Dwight

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mking

Our daughter rides the Ronix August girls board. She is 12 and is progressing tricks over the wake. This board gave her a huge boost over he old youth board. Take a look.

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racer808

My 12 yr old girl who is 100 pounds was on a hyperlite 131 last year & I just got her a Ronix Krush 134 cause Evo had a killer deal on it. Not sure how she'll do yet but it seems like a perfect fit

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footndale

Our daughter rides the Ronix August girls board. She is 12 and is progressing tricks over the wake. This board gave her a huge boost over he old youth board. Take a look.

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Looks like a nice board and it reminds me that I have to find a female board that is not pink. Daughter is about as anti-pink as they come.

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shawndoggy

what makes a board a "female board" other than color?

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racer808

Often times when you're all ready to go for a ride the board doesn't feel in the mood.

I was trying to think of something smart to say earlier but I can't top that one :lol:

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mking

Footndale...my daughter is the same. The model we got (last year I believe) had purple and no pink. That satisfied her.

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petrie141

My wife is 5'5 (and 1/2" proudly), about 2 years ago we got her a 134 hyperlite jade with Jinyx bindings and she loves it. The colors are very girly and it has a designated heel and toe side. I'm not too sure how much help having a designated toe side is, but it sure doesn't hurt. This setup was a 2011 or 2010 in the outlet section at evo then. I bet they'll have newer models for sale soon (if they don't already)

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footndale

what makes a board a "female board" other than color?

In snowboards it has more flex. In wakeboard, I"m assuming the same thing, but might be totally wrong.

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