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Welcome, you're going to build a 1 of 1 series custom wakeboard. During your build, the 'Pro Tip' links direct you to external links that provide you with additional information helpful for your custom build.
 
Select a wakeboard core. *

iCore: 100% Paulownia wood core built with vertical lumber plies. The iCore has a stiffer flex profile vs. the Quantum Core. This core performs well when building 'boat specific' wakeboards. You'll get more direct feel & abrupt pop off the boat wake with this core.

Quantum Core: 100% Paulownia wood core built with 4 horizontal lumber plies. You'll get a more flexible and lighter weight core vs. the iCore. In general, the Quantum core performs well when building 'cable park specific' wakeboards. You'll get a more playful feel on the water. This is ideal for more control on cable park features and makes for a mellow feel riding behind a boat.


 
Add the top graphic for your wakeboard. *

PRO TIP: View graphics in hi-res full-screen here > http://bit.ly/2wclEFj
*CREATE A CUSTOM GRAPHIC | ENDS NOV. 17TH.








 
Select your wakeboard base shape. *

Flat Base Shape: Performs well as a 'hang-up free' base shape for any cable park rider. Add 4 fins and the board feels mellow & fun behind a boat. *offered only as sintered die-cut base

Easy Channel Base Shape: A subtle ‘dual channeled’ base shape designed with concaves on the nose and tail of the board. Concaves make the board easier to stay on rails at a cable park. The subtle base channels make the board track better on edge. Add 4 fins and make this base shape a great crossover board for both cable & boat riding. *offered only as sintered die-cut base option

Multi Concave Base Shape:
A more technical base shape designed for holding aggressive lines in the water and consistently softer landings. Multiple base concaves and dual channels underfoot transition to a double concave shape at the nose & tail of the board.

Double Belly Base Shape:
A base shape designed with two channels running the full length of the board. A rounded belly in the center of the board's base gives you explosive drive and a consistent edge. Due to the complexity of the base shape a Die-Cut base is not available. *no sintered die-cut base option available

Center Channel Base Shape: A single wide channel in the center of the board base transitions to a flat nose and tail. This base shape gives you edging traction through the center of the board and provides a catch-free nose and tail. *offered only as sintered die-cut base option

Outer Channel Base Shape: A flat center of the board base transitions to a single wide channel on the nose & tail of the board. This base shape provides more traction on the nose and tail and catch-free base center. *offered only as sintered die-cut base option

PRO TIP: Not sure? Consult our glossary for detailed explanation of each base shape.






 
What base material do you want to build your board with? *

Select the base material that best fits your most common riding style...

Boat Riding / HD Gloss Base [A] - If you ride behind the boat more often then choose this HD Gloss base. Our HD Gloss base material is lightweight, durable, and fast. This material is not recommended for use on any cable park features.

Cable Park Riding / Indestructoid Base [B] - Choose this option if you ride cable park features. Indestructoid base is the highest quality, sintered UHMW base material available. It will hold up to the abuse that happens with regular cable park features.

Cross Over Riding / Indestructoid Base [B] - If you ride behind a boat and a cable park you'll want to build a board that holds up to both riding styles. Choose our Indestructoid Base option.


 
Add your HD Gloss base graphic: *

PRO TIP: View graphics in hi-res full-screen here > http://bit.ly/2wclEFj





 
What do you want your HD Gloss base to say? *

You have a ten character max for the base. A hash tag will be added automatically.
 
Add your Indestructoid base board graphic: *

PRO TIP: View graphics in hi-res full-screen here > http://bit.ly/2wclEFj





 
What do you want your Indestructoid board base to say? *

You have a ten character max. A hash tag will be added automatically.
 
Select your first die-cut color. [zone 1] *

PRO TIP: Go here for zone color mapping > http://bit.ly/2wclEFj





 
Select your second die-cut color [zone 2] *

PRO TIP: Go here for zone color mapping > http://bit.ly/2wclEFj






 
Select your third die-cut color. [zone 3] *

PRO TIP: Go here for zone color mapping > http://bit.ly/2wclEFj





 
Select your fourth die-cut color. [zone 4] *

PRO TIP: Go here for zone color mapping > http://bit.ly/2wclEFj





 
Select your board's perimeter shape: *

Cameo Perimeter Shape:
This shape makes your ollie more responsive and pop off the wake more abrupt.
Sidecut: Bi-Section

Huxtable Perimeter Shape:
This shape holds an edge well and stepped corners make turns more aggressive.
Sidecut: Mulit-Section

Langfield Perimeter Shape
This shape sits lower in the water for more controlled tracking with or without fins. A smooth taper give the shape smooth, predictable turns.
Sidecut: Bi-Section

Oracle Perimeter Shape
Our 1st shape. A long straight sidecut holds an edge. The tiered nose & tail drives through turns and releases quick off the wake.
Sidecut: Mulit-Section

Circus Perimeter Shape
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A narrower nose and tail make the shape edge and ride fast. The square corners and stepped nose & tail increase turning response & edge hold
Sidecut: Single Section

Team Meme Perimeter Shape
This shape sits lower in the water for better tracking. Add fins to improve your drive through turns and increase edge hold. The tapered corners give the board a smooth turn initiation.
Sidecut: Bi-section

IO Perimeter Shape
Easy turn initiation. Once on edge, the shape tapers to increase edging speed and drive through turns.
Sidecut: Muli-section sidecut







 
Select your sidewall build: *

1 Color Sidewall - A single sidewall color around the entire perimeter of the board.

2 Color Sidewall - 2 sidewall colors divided at the middle of the board. Choose 1 color for the nose and 1 color for the tail.

2 Color + Keystone - Choose 2 colors total. Choose 1 sidewall color and 1 keystone separators color.

3 Color + Keystone: Choose up to 3 different colors. You'll get 1 nose sidewall color, 1 tail sidewall color, and 1 color for keystone separators.




 
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Select your second sidewall color: *








 
Select your primary sidewall color: *








 
Select your nose section sidewall color: *








 
Select your tail section sidewall color: *








 
Select your keystone separator sidewall color: *








 
Cut your sidewall profile: *

Sculpted sidewalls give your board a unique identity while also improving durability. The type of sidewall cut also adjusts edge response and edge dampening. 

Angled Face - Higher Edge Response / Lower Dampening

Small Radius - Mid-High Edge Response /  Mid-Low Dampening

Large Radius - Mid-Low Edge Response / Mid-High Dampening

Octagon - Lower Edge Response / Higher Dampening




 
Add your layer of top material reinforcements: *

Top reinforcements adjust the board's flex profile [stiffness] & weight. This is an important factor in your style of riding.

Uni-Directional Fiberglass - The fibers run in one direction nose to tail (0 degrees). This glass adds stiffness nose to tail. However, it will not add any stiffness side to side. This is not recommended for aggressive turning or wake riding.

Bi-Axial Fiberglass - Fibers run along +/-45 degrees. This layup is suitable if you want a more playful flex in the board overall. A lightweight, flexible layup.

Plain Weave Fiberglass - Fibers running 0 degrees and perpendicular (90 Degrees). This layup has more stiffness side to side vs. Bi-axial. You’re board will have more stiffness compared to bi-ax when turning or edging with this layup. A great option for wake riding.

Tri-Axial Fiberglass - These fibers combine both Uni-Directional (0 degrees) and Bi-Axial Fiberglass (+/-45 degrees). This layup will add stiffness in three directions. You'll have more stiffness compared to Bi-Axial. Also a great option for wake riding.

2x2 Twill Carbon Fiber - The weight reduction & tensile properties of the carbon fiber will make your board lighter and stiffer compared to the other layups. The premium option for wake riding.

PRO TIP: For cable park specific wakeboards we suggest a bi-axial top & bottom with a diamond shaped reinforcement. For riding behind a boat, we recommend plain weave fiberglass top & bottom & a diamond shaped reinforcement.






 
Would you to add Ghost Stringers? (+$20) *

Ghost Stringers are powerful triangular reinforcements buried in a board’s wood core. Ghost Stringers are kept in place with an innovative fiberglass layup. We then press the Stringers into areas of the core that improve flex and rebound. The result? You’ll get a durable & lively response through the centerline of each wakeboard with zero added weight.
     
 
Would you like a diamond shaped reinforcement? *

This is an additional layer of reinforcement added to the top layup of the board. This layer  increases the stiffness of the board under foot while leaving the flex in the nose and tail unaffected. Diamond shaped reinforcements improves response and softens landings.
     
 
Which type of diamond shaped reinforcement would you like? *

Fiberglass - Uni-direction fiberglass adds more stiffness under foot. This makes the board more responsive and softens landings 

Carbon Fiber - Aerospace grade carbon that provides even more stiffness underfoot while also reducing weight compared to the fiberglass option.


 
Add your layer of base material reinforcements: *

Bottom material reinforcements adjust the board's flex profile [stiffness] & weight. This is an important factor in your style of riding.

Uni-Directional Fiberglass - The fibers run in one direction nose to tail (0 degrees). This glass adds stiffness nose to tail. However, it will not add any stiffness side to side. This is not recommended for aggressive turning or wake riding.

Bi-Axial Fiberglass - Fibers run along +/-45 degrees. This layup is suitable if you want a more playful flex in the board overall. A lightweight, flexible layup.

Plain Weave Fiberglass - Fibers running 0 degrees and perpendicular (90 Degrees). This layup has more stiffness side to side vs. Bi-axial. You’re board will have more stiffness compared to bi-ax when turning or edging with this layup. A great option for wake riding.

Tri-Axial Fiberglass - These fibers combine both Uni-Directional (0 degrees) and Bi-Axial Fiberglass (+/-45 degrees). This layup will add stiffness in three directions. You'll have more stiffness compared to Bi-Axial. Also a great option for wake riding.

2x2 Twill Carbon Fiber - The weight reduction & tensile properties of the carbon fiber will make your board lighter and stiffer compared to the other layups. The premium option for wake riding.

PRO TIP: For cable park specific wakeboards we suggest a bi-axial top & bottom with a diamond shaped reinforcement. For riding behind a boat, we recommend plain weave fiberglass top & bottom & a diamond shaped reinforcement.






 
Do you want fins with your wakeboard? *

If you ride at a cable park and spend most of your time on rails, ramps and features we recommend not adding fins to your wakeboard. [Check with your local cable park to see if they even allow fins]

If you ride at both the cable park and behind the boat add fins to your custom build so you have a crossover board great at both riding environments.

If you wakeboard behind a boat fins will be a necessity. The next steps will help you decide how much edging / traction you'd like.


     
 
Choose your fin setup: *

Quad - Inserts fins on all four corners of the board with no fin in the center. This fin set up is a little more loose than a thruster setup. A quad fin has an earlier release off the wake compared to a thruster.

Thruster - This set up places fins on all four corners of the board and one in the center. Having three fins adds more traction / edging. The center fin will provide a stronger edge hold in turns and up the wake.


 
Select your fin setup: *

The Easy Channel or the Outer Channel base design is only a quad fin setup. The concave or channel in the center of the nose and tail of the board makes the board too thin to support a fin in the center position.

Quad - Inserts fins on all four corners of the board with no fin in the center. This fin set up is a little more loose than a thruster setup. A quad fin has an earlier release off the wake compared to a thruster.

 
Select your fin model: *




 
How much stance adjustability you would like? *

5 pack Inserts offer .5" increment spacing [total 4" of stance adjustment]

7 pack Inserts offer .5" increment spacing [total 6" of stance adjustment]


 
How quickly would you like to get your 1 | 1 Series wakeboard? *



 
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Domestic Shipping - No added cost for shipping anywhere inside the USA

International Shipping - $100 flat rate shipping anywhere outside of the USA


 
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