Nice size for kids between 5 to 8 years old or under about 100 lbs. Has a solid fin to help with steering. Comes with bindings. You can remove the center fin for more maneuverability in the water when your child gets more comfortable with the board. Pops easily out of the water.
A little expensive for a beginner product. Your child will very likely outgrow this in just a few seasons.
Design includes a rounded tip, which allows for easy jumps. Works nicely for beginners, but will also provides a thrill to more advanced riders. Lightweight. Can handle up to 120 lbs. Has 6 removable fins to allow for stability as a beginner and more movement in the water as your child improves.
While this board comes with bindings they are not as heavy duty as others on the market.
Sturdy and attractive, with graphics that are appealing to kids of all ages. Lightweight and easy to control. Suitable for novices and parents who don't want to spend a lot until their kids master wakeboarding.
Moderate to advanced wakeboarding enthusiasts may find it too intermediate for their tastes. No bindings.
Easy enough to use for little kids and big enough for your teens to still enjoy. Comes with bindings that can fit from little kid size 13 up to men's 8.5. Very nice board for the price. Includes graphics the kids can stick on the board to personalize. Good basic sturdy board that performs well in the water.
This board is a little big for smaller children to handle. There are smaller sized boards on the market.
Comes with nice bindings that are easy to use. Designed for younger users and lightweight adults. Comes with 6 fins that are adjustable. Wide design is good for beginners, but this board still has good lift off the wake. Easy to handle.
Bigger kids and teens may be too heavy for this board, only rated for up to 125 lbs.
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