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Nubstep - Yellow Ice (Demo)

Size Guide z
Wakesurf Board Size Chart
doomswell wakesurf size chart
Wakesurf Board Size Chart
doomswell wakesurf size chart

  • The Nubstep was created with the high-performance surfer in mind. The pulled back wing and rounded diamond tail offers a tight turning radius, and allows the rider to boost on command while still maintaining control. The Nubstep wakesurf board is designed with a mixture of skim and surfboard features that include a flat bottom, low rocker, and crisp quarter round rails for a quick, responsive ride.

    Product Size Chart

    Learn more about the Nubstep by clicking on the video below.

  • Includes:
    - Carbon Fiber stringer reinforcement
    - Ultralight weight EPS Foam Core for structural integrity and stiffness
    - Full Deck Traction w/ 3M Marine Grade PSA Adhesive
    - Futures (ILT) Quad Fin System
    - lightest and strongest fin system in the world
    - Futures Thermocore F3 front fins for loose radical surfing
    - TMF1 rear fins to increase drive and provide directional control through turns without sacrificing speed
    - Epoxy Fiberglass Skin provides strong yet flexible shell
    - Vent Plug / Self Venting to help maintain the balance of pressure inside the Wakesurf boards
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  • Stock Dimensions: Size Chart
    -4’-6” x 20” x 2” 
    -Volume = 25L
    -Recommended rider size = Up to 210

    -4’-8” x 20-1/2” x 2-1/8” 
    -Volume = 27L
    -Recommended rider size = Up to 250

    -5’-0” x 21-1/2” x 2-3/16”
    -Volume = 31L
    -Recommended rider size = Up to 290

    -5’-2” x 22” x 2 3/8” 
    -Volume = 36L
    -Recommended rider size = Up to 315

    Fins = Quad
    Ride as a quad with large front and "nubster" rear fins to give you plenty of drive down the line with a very "locked in" stable feel. Remove the small rear fins and ride as a twin fin with the large front fins and the board becomes very loose and able to spin.