How to choose a beginner Women's Boat Wakeboard – ProWake Australia

How to choose a beginner Women's Boat Wakeboard

Mikaela's guide on how to choose Women's Boat Wakeboard for beginners
A series that recognizes wakeboarding is the only board sport where your hips and shoulders aren’t always parallel. Your body is crossed up riding toeside, and more inline riding heelside and every aspect of the Krush takes this into consideration for the proper building block of wakeboarding. Now, regardless of a toeside or a heelside cut, a rider feels more secure with their approach. 
The asymmetrical design and women's specific flex make it the perfect choice to advance your skills. Creating a women's shape to take their skills to the next level was the goal behind the new Eden 2.0. Learning from other asymmetrical designs, we found that creating a shorter but more effective edge on a rider's toe-side made hard-to-learn wake jumps that much easier.
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Hey guys, this is Mikaela from Prowake here to talk about two great beginner boards.
How to choose a Beginner Women's Boat Wakeboard
We’ve got the Ronix Krush and the Hyperlite Eden
HOW TO CHOOSE A BEGINNER WOMENS BOAT WAKEBOARD
Both awesome for beginners, asymmetrical boards meaning that it’s easy to turn toe side. Awesome graphics.
HOW TO CHOOSE BEGINNER WOMENS BOAT WAKEBOARD
We've got the Hyperlite Eden, once again, great for beginner board. Asymmetrical, meaning one side’s a little bit lower, great for being able to turn onto your toe side.
HOW TO CHOOSE BEGINNER WOMENS BOAT WAKEBOARD
Once again, awesome graphics both great beginner boards
Both these boards being a great price point for $499 each.

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