We know how hard it is to choose the right wakesurf board. With all of the options available it is easy to become overwhelmed, not just for beginners, but experienced riders alike. There is a seemingly endless variety of sizes, shapes, features, and styles of wakesurf boards. It is intimidating, especially if you’re wakesurfing for the first time.
Not to add more pressure, but finding the right wakesurf board is important because you don’t want to buy something that you’ll outgrow right away or something that is so advanced you can't seem to have any fun. Beginners will want a board that has a large enough volume (buoyancy) to help them keep afloat while they’re still learning the ropes, where a board that is too small for your size and ability will make you struggle.
If all of this sounds confusing and you’re looking for information on how to choose a wakesurf board, you’ve come to the right place! In this article we will give you tips on how to choose the best board for you. We will give you the general breakdown of a wakesurf board, what details are most important, and some suggestions based on skill level and riding style. With our help you will be able to make an informed decision when you buy a wakesurf board.