Liquid Force Raph Wakeboard, Blank

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Item #: 356674
$522.49
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Liquid Force Raph Wakeboard, Blank
Liquid Force Raph Wakeboard, Blank
$522.49
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Features
Simply put, Raph’s park wakeboard is Liquid Force's smoothest, loosest board when coming off park obstacles. It is a progressive ride that feels different than others as it doesn’t feature channels in the tips. The lack of channels make it a catch-free ride when pressing on rails and hitting kickers. Featuring liquid rails, the LF exclusive grind base, and solid triple stringer composite core, Raph’s board seems completely bulletproof. Now equipped with the Flex Track, the Raph board flexes and twists more naturally than previous models, making it even more playful than before.

FlexTrack TechnologyFlexTrack technology from Liquid Force lets your wakeboard's track actually move with you as you twist into carves and press onto rails, ultimately creating maximum response! Nothing you've ridden before can compare to this board-rider connection.

Stance Registration: Each letter in the FlexTrack name marks your stance registration.

Durability: The most flexible track in the industry is made out of high-quality plastics that ensure a durable fit ride after ride.

Molded Microteeth: Provide an ultra tight, non-slip binding-to-board interface giving you supreme micro-adjustability.

Why Should You Choose FlexTrack?This FlexTrack paired with LF's 4D binding is one of the best advances that will help you expand and push the limits on new tricks that may have previously been impossible. You'll be amazed at how deeply you can press any board and then how quickly the flex will rebound back and spring you into action.

Does Your Old Stance/Old Binding Style Translate?Yes, your old stance will easily translate into the new design. FlexTrack actually opens up the door to micro-adjustability, so slip your feet in, set your stance to your choosing, and lock in tight! Don't worry if you're not riding with the revolutionary 4D bindings yet. You can still reap the benefits of the FlexTrack since the incredible technology will also accept older binding styles.

Grind Base: Get the strongest base possible while maintaining the performance features of each finely tuned hull shape. Liquid Force's Grind base molds to the board's contours and provides solid protection all season long.

PU Core: This core is compression-molded to the highest standards and has been the lightweight, durable go-to core construction for years. Triple wood stringer lets you handle high-altitude landings with ease.

Liquid Rails: Rail sidewall technology that provides unmatched durability for rail-riding boards.

Three-Stage Rocker: Flatter center curve for speed and rail control. This transitions to an exaggerated exit angle through the tip to give a bucking pop off the wake.

Raph 135:
53.2"L
Center width: 16.6"
Rocker height: 2.5"
Stance options: 21" - 25"
For 90-170 lb. riders

Raph 139:
54.7"L
Center width: 16.9"
Rocker height: 2.6"
Stance options: 22" - 26"
For 130-200 lb. riders

Raph 143:
56.3"L
Center width: 17.1"
Rocker height: 2.8"
Stance options: 23" - 27"
For 160-230 lb. riders
  • Smooth, loose board for the park
  • Lack of channels for a catch-free ride
  • Grind base and liquid rails increase strength
  • Flex Track lets board flex and twist easily
Specs
Rocker Type
3 Stage
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