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Ride wakes and have a blast—kneeboarding blends the thrill of surfing and waterskiing.
Knee-boarding is a surf-style tow sport. Riders, sitting in a kneeling position, are towed behind a motorboat on a short wakeboard. Hanging on a rope, riders can maneuver the board with tricks and spins.
Prep for your day on the water with kneeboards and kneeboarding ropes and handles. Find the kneeboard that's right for you—select from models for youth and beginners or performance models designed for speed in the water.
When selecting your kneeboard, keep an eye out for details that make a difference.
A padded seat provides comfort as you move, and beveled sides and a curved bottom promote smooth transitions and agility on the water. Beginners should look for a square-railed board, which provides control, stability and the ability to maneuver long, sweeping cuts on the outside of a wake.
Advanced kneeboarders often go for boards with rounded or more aerodynamic rails, which enable better tricks and quicker speed. Consider the construction of your kneeboard:
Kneeboarders, require a stiffer rope than water skiers to help perform tricks. A tighter, stiffer rope that does not stretch helps you get more air and be able to pull yourself through flips and spins.