Hyperlite 119 Motive Wakeboard Package with 4-8 Remix Boots (Kids')

Hyperlite 119 Motive Wakeboard Package with 4-8 Remix Boots (Kids') -
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Style: 33580252

The Hyperlite 119 Motive Wakeboard Package combines value and quality, giving the kids a summer full of endless fun. Since it's designed for kids, the 119 Motive is easy to control and stable behind the boat. Easy-to-use Sprint boots are included with this package. They provide a comfy ride all day long.

  • Sprint Boots fit foot sizes 4-8
  • Recommended rider weight: up to 105 lbs
  • 2.3 Continuous Rocker for easier wake transitions
  • V Bottom Full-Length Tunnel offers consistency on landings and additional tracking
  • Two 1.7 Maruca Center Fins provide quick release off the wake and a tight feel on the water
  • Four 4 Deep Molded-In Fins
  • 4.75 Center Fin Placement
  • Skill level: Beginner-Expert
  • Construction: Biolite Core

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"I have a boy of 8 years and shoe size of 3 and a girl shoe size of 1. what kind of wake board and boots should I buy?"
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Question by Marcela Fernandez on 11/20/2013 - 12:09 am
"Unfortunately it looks like this board is too large for your children. Your son could grow into it, however it is definitely way too large for your daughter. The only other option we have for her is The O'Brien Scout Eco Trainer Waterski Combo . That will be a great choice for starting her off in the water! "
Answer by Danielle (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/20/2013 - 10:17 am
"We are looking for a board for kids age 10-15 and range 80 to 120 pounds, would this be a good board? Kids shoe size is girls 6 to boys 6 and larger. "
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Question by Tonya on 1/1/2014 - 11:14 am
"This sounds like it would be a good board. In the description, we state that the shoe/boot size is for sizes 4-8. The recommended weight listed is only 105lbs, so anyone heavier than that would need to use caution and may not get as good of a ride. "
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/2/2014 - 10:37 am