New Boards in the shop along with our selection of Wake Wood & Motorboat Surf Boards

Board Care & Proper Use Instructions


Board Care

  • Keep board out of Direct Sunlight when not in use
  • Do not Leave wet board in bag/board sock to dry
  • Do not store board in Tower Racks, Damage to rails can result if racks are not properly padded and secured. (Only Rack we approve for use with our boards is Skylock by Skylon Sports) 
  • Wood boards are heavier than foam core boards and can be damaged/damage boat easier if dropped or thrown around. Handle with care
  • Do not use board if fiberglass is cracked or damaged allowing water to get to the wood
  • Try to store board inside and in a area that is not subject to extreme temperature changes


Use of this product and participation in this sport involves inherent risk of injury or death. To reduce risk:

  • Wakesurf board must be used behind watercraft with inboard drive only
  • Always wear a properly fitted life jacket that is US Coast Guard approved Type III (PFD) vest
  • Never place wrists or feet through handles on tow rope or coil rope in hands. Never toss a rope and handle back to rider to stay in the wake
  • Ensure tow rope is clear of all body parts prior to or during use
  • Always have a person other than the driver as an observer and a qualified watercraft driver when riding
  • Do not tow/surf in shallow water or near shore, docks, pilings, swimmers, or other boats
  • Do not operate watercraft or ride under the influence of alcohol or drugs
  • Always start riding from the water holding a tow rope
  • Limit amount of time behind the watercraft. Do not sit, lay or kneel on the wakesurf board, boarding platform, or transom while watercraft is running. 
  • Carbon Monoxide (CO) poisoning from engine exhaust may cause injury or death. To reduce the risk of CO exposure, rider must be far enough behind the watercraft to be out of immediate exposure to exhaust.
  • Headache, dizziness, or nausea may be sings of excessive CO Exposure. 
  • Do not use at speeds that exceed the skills of the rider, boat speed should never exceed 15 MPH while surfing.