In case you're thinking about travelling between wakeparks, the latest X WAKE innovation is definitely your cup of tea. The DIVISION board is a splitboard designed specifically for travelling riders. It only takes two pins to connect both parts of the board. The DIVISION design is truly unique on today's international market.
X WAKE TECHNOLOGY
All X WAKE boards have a Paulownia wood core; thanks to this type of wood, our boards remain extremely durable, resilient and are lighter than other common woods.
Multiple channels on your board work as long, extruded fins which break the surface tension upon landing; they also help to direct the water flow. Some of them are made to help you get better "locking" on wake obstacles.
4 layers of carbon fiber, two on each side of the woodcore, givea a board perfect strength and amazing pop. Carbon construction makes a board lighter than other boards and provides fast response when edging the board. Carbon fiber also gives extra pop to your board.
BOOT TOUGH INSERTS
Wakeboarding is nothing without boots. Boots take huge damage every time you fall hard. X WAKE boards are equipped with tough reinforced inserts to prevent ripping your boots off the board.
3D CNC MILLED SHAPE
In order to get a good pop every board needs a solid and long grained wood core. The CNC milled Paulownia wood core is the heart of every X WAKE board.
Continuous rocker gives a smooth, fluid curved shape. Boards with continuous rocker give you a smoother and faster ride, softer landings and easy curving.
TRIPLE C CHANNELS
CCC channels are to help with carving and especially air tricks, helping you to lock in your edge and pop stronger and higher. Also you can find it helpful when pressing on rails and land on water.
ULTRA HIGH MOLECULAR WEIGHT
The material has exceptional abrasion and impact resistance properties
Its surface is non-stick and self-lubricating, making it easy to clean and maintain
It possesses a low coefficient of friction and high stress crack resistance
The material can be relied on for long-term usage without any loss of functionality