Liquid Force Men's Blank Wakeboards
Founded in 1995, with roots going back to the sport’s first days, Liquid Force has become the leader in wakeboard related products and apparel. Founders Tony Finn and Jimmy Redmon were two pioneers in the sport of Wakeboarding credited with creating the sport.
Liquid force Wakeboards has an expansive range that covers everything from beginner boat boards to pro level boards. They have some of the world’s best riders such as Harley Clifford on the Remedy Raph Derome on the RDX , They also have an extensive Cable range with world class pro's such as Daniel Grant on the TAO and Felix Georgii on the Butterstick Pro.
2021 Range of products
The new season is an exciting time with a completely new range of Boat Boards, Cable boards, Foils and boots this year is looking very good for LF. The Remedy and Remedy Aero are back with a new graphic that will stand out for any rider. There is a New TAO Board that is a reshaped Eclipse made for Daniel Grant.
The Range for 2021 is diverse and immense, they have Skim, Surf and Hybrid boards to meet any demand or price that you are after. When picking a surfboard, you want to keep in mind, the heaviest person that will be using the board, the size of the wave that you will be surfing with, your skill level. When picking a larger board will make it a lot easier for a heavier person, smaller wave or less skilled rider. If you are comfortable on a board and are looking for a board to elevate, you’re riding a smaller board with a tighter tail and performance construction will make big turns and airs easy.
Picking the right Foil
Wake foiling is starting to take off so to speak and Liquid Force has a constantly evolving range that has a foil for everyone. A few things to remember when you are picking the right foil and board include; the wider the foil is the more lift is generating but it becomes harder to manoeuvre in tight turns. The narrower the foil is the less it glides and lifts but the tighter turns you can make. If you are being towed 100% of the time a smaller foil would be best, if you want to go under your own power surfing the larger the wing the better.