O'Brien CTP 2016 Wakeboard

£329.00
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For 2016 O'Brien taken Cory Teunissen's signature wakeboard one step further. O'Brien kept the Delta Base and 3-Stage rockerline keeping the CTP fast and edging effortlessly, but decided to run carbon the full length of the board so as the board rides up the face of the wake, it stores 100% of the energy put into it, then releases it with explosive vertical pop.

Design details

Sizes: 129cm, 135, 141cm

There’s only a handful of legendary wakeboarders in the world and it’s Cory’s goal not only join the ranks but remain at the top for years to come. To help him reach these goals he designed his CTP to help push the boundaries of progression. So If progression is your goal, whether it’s from beginner to intermediate, intermediate to advanced, or advanced to pro, the CTP should be your deck of choice.

FEATURES

DURARAIL
Is a high density durable urethane material that boarders the entire board. At 5.25 cm thick, Durarail sidewalls ensures your board will last through whatever you throw at it, cable parks, rocks, dock slides or etc…

FLEX TECHNOLOGY
Like skateboards and snowboards O’Brien’s Flex Technology is constructed of multiple materials sandwiched together and framed by a urethane sidewall. This produces a board with optimum flex profiles and durability to last multiple seasons.

FEATHER CORE
Maximum float and minimum weight. Our new Feather Core is developed to reduce weight for more control in the air and to maintain it’s profile up the transition of the wake for maximum boost. Built for pure boat performance.

DELTA BASE
Providing the same advantages as dimples on a golf ball Delta Base technology is evidenced by the unique tip and tail features on the base of the board. These features cause the waters surface to break much like a stone skipping across the water’s surface resulting in a fast effortless approach into the wake.

3-STAGE ROCKER
Our most explosive rocker line, the 3-Stage Rocker is generally flatter between the bindings then dramatically angles upward toward the tip and tail. The more abrupt this angle, the more aggressive and vertical the board pops off the wake.