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Rave Lyric Wakeboard with Advantage Boots

Rave Lyric Wakeboard with Advantage Boots

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The Rave Lyric Wakeboard with Advantage Boots features a progressive edge that is rounded in the center and sharp on the tip and tail.

Features

  • Boots feature a multi-point adjustment system that fits most adult sizes
  • Premier wakeboard provides comfort and stability
  • Fiberglass reinforced edges and high density laminate core
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The Lyric wakeboard features a 3 stage rocker with a progressive edge that is rounded in the center and sharp on the tip and tail.

The Lyric wakeboard features a 3 stage rocker with a progressive edge that is rounded in the center and sharp on the top and tail, allowing the board to cut hard while forgiving during surface tricks. The Lycra lined Advantage boot features a multi-point adjustment system and fits most adult sizes.

Constructed of RIM molded PU with Carbon Fiber reinforcement and Fiberglass reinforced edges and a high density laminate core. Made in the USA. 141 cm. For riders over 125lbs

  • High end, premier wakeboard
  • 63 stage rocker
  • Progressive edge
  • 141cm
  • For riders over 125lbs
  • RIM Molded PU
  • Fiberglass reinforced edges
  • High density laminate core
  • Made in the USA
  • Lycra lined Advantage boot with multi-point adjustment system
  • Fits most adult sizes
  • Easy to get in and out of
  • Provides comfort and stability
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