Does the size of the wakeboard matter if you weigh more?

A longer wakeboard is easier to ride and will make for softer landings because of the increased surface area. Also, it will give you more control because of the larger surface area. However, because longer boards are heavier, you have to work harder with air tricks.

How long of a wakeboard do I need?

Wakeboard Size Chart

Rider Weight (lbs) Wakeboard Length (cm)
< 100 < 130
90-150 130-134
130-180 135-139
170-250 140-144

Can a wakeboard be too big?

Size matters when you are choosing a wakeboard, and yes, you can have a wakeboard that is too big or too small for your skill level. There is a size for every wakeboarding style and skill level. The size of your wakeboard will determine the stability you enjoy on the sea, the control you have, and your balance.

How do you know what size wakeboard to buy?

Different sizing guidelines apply to different wakeboard shapes. A good rule of thumb is, if multiple riders are going to be using the same board, base your selection on the weight & height of the heaviest rider. Larger boards are also wider which also provides more lift and softer landings.

How much weight can a wakeboard tower pull?

250 pounds each
Most wakeboard towers can easily and safely pull 1 to 2 average sized adults weighing up to 250 pounds each.

How do I choose a wakeboard?

10 Tips for Choosing a Wakeboard

  1. Bring Your Own Board. If you really want to excel, it’s important to have your own wakeboard.
  2. Check The Label.
  3. Match Up Sizes.
  4. Get Under The Skin.
  5. Know Your Style.
  6. Rock On (Or Off)
  7. Find The Fin.
  8. Investigate The Shape.

What is the best brand of wakeboard?

These are the best wakeboards.

  • Best Overall: Ronix RXT Wakeboard.
  • Best for Beginners: Connelly Pure.
  • Best for Experts: Slingshot Sports Bishop Wakeboard.
  • Best for Cable Parks: O’Brien Indie.
  • Best Value: Hyperlite Murray Pro Wakeboard.
  • Best for Kids: Connelly Surge Wakeboard.
  • Best for Women: Ronix Quarter ‘Til Midnight Board.

Do all bindings fit all wakeboards?

Almost all modern wakeboards use standard M6 mounting hardware and 6″ binding plates that are universally compatible across all brands. The only exception is Liquid Force 4D bindings. These bindings are only compatible with wakeboards equipped with a Flextrack, like many modern Liquid Force boards.