Liquid Force Men's Shane Hybrid Wakeboard '12
The Liquid Force Men's Shane Hybrid Wakeboard is not only an awesome board to look at graphically but it represents the ultimate in the evolution of hybrid technology. Featuring the lightest core configuration the Shane Hybrid has 3 wood stringers and ultra-lightweight PVC at it's core making it flexy yet durable. Liquid Force's Liquid Rail elastomeric sidewalls and Gride Base protect your boards edges and core from those awkward hits to a rail or a slide gone sour, since we aren't all perfect every time. These elements all come together to create a board that is more responsive, livelier off the wake, softer on the landings with unmatched durability. The 3 Stage Rocker serves up a more aggressive ride for blowing up off the wake to catch-free transitions in the parks. A Double Concave Hull under your feet displace water for softer landings and no speed loss while the Triple Concave at the ends serves up superior edge hold, pop and power for ollies or presses. For an even more secure board to binding hold Liquid Force exclusive M6 Metric Inserts have more threads NOTE: ALL 2012 LIQUID FORCE BOARDS ARE USING METRIC SCREWS. Why go metric? As boards get thinner and lighter for all out awesome shorter screws with more threads are needed to produce the same great hold. Can I use my old bindings with the M6 System? Yes, however, you will need the M6 Screws! How can you tell the difference between the old screws and the new screws? Most easy to spot... M6 Screws are black, old screws are silver. If you take a silver screw and put it into an M6 board... you're hosed. 2012 Liquid Force Shane Team Hybrid - Clinic Video from Liquid Force on Vimeo.
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- Tech Specs
- Rider Weight (LBS) : Board Length (CM) 65-110 lbs : 124-134 cm 70-130 lbs : 130-138 cm 100-170 lbs : 134-142 cm 150-225 lbs : 138-146 cm
- M6 Metric Inserts Hybrid Technology Grind Base Aggressive 3 State Rocker Double to Triple Concave Hull Liquid Rail Precision CNC Wood/PVC Core Triax Glass Layup Slider Quad Fin Setup