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Connelly 141 Blaze Wakeboard Package with Optima Boots (Men's)

Connelly 141 Blaze Wakeboard Package with Optima Boots (Men's) -

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Style: 66200002

Beginner friendly, but still perfectly capable, the Connelly 141 Blaze Wakeboard Package with Optima Boots is a perfect way to get everything you need in one ready-to-ride package. The outside features a Subtle Three-Stage Rocker profile that simplifies starts by reducing drag, but still gives you plenty of boost off the wake once you're ready to catch air. That's why the durable Smorg Base features a Full Spine, to make the landing a bit softer on your way back down. Throw in the included CWB Optima Boots and you really have no reason not to get out on the water.

KEY FEATURES
  • Subtle Three-Stage Rocker pulls smooth and adds pop off the wake
  • Full Spine for maximum displacement and softer landings
  • Includes CWB Optima Boots
SPECS
  • Length (cm): 141
  • System 80 Core is built for forgiving performance at any level
  • Laminated Smorg base offers the best in durability
  • Molded-In Fins offer secure control with upgraded durability
  • Two 1.9” Skater bolt-on center fins for control and hold
  • Board is approximately 141cm long, 16.9” (42.9cm) wide at the waist, and 10.1” (25.6cm) at the ends
  • Designed to support riders over 140lbs (63kg)
  • Open Toe Design allows boot to drain quickly and accept a wide range of foot sizes
  • Lycra lined for comfort and easy entry
  • EVA Footbed cushions and supports
  • Dual zone lacing for precise adjustment of fit
  • Boot sized to fit US Mens size 9 to 13

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"Is this board made in the USA?"
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Question by Vickie on 6/4/2020 - 4:06 pm
A:
"The "Connelly 141 Blaze Wakeboard Package with Optima Boots" is manufactured overseas in China. We hope this answer helps with your Peter Glenn selection and purchase."
Answer by Jim Breivik (Peter Glenn Staff) on 6/5/2020 - 12:30 pm