How to choose and buy a wakeboard for wakeboarding? Check the wakeboard sizes. First of all, you have to choose the board that fits your weight and experience level.

It is very important that you buy yourself a complete wakeboarding course in an official school.
Wakeboarding is a thrilling sport, but you should respect some basic safety procedures to protect yourself and others.

There are two main variables in a wakeboard. Apart from the graphic side of a wakeboard, flexibility and the rocker profile will define the way you ride.

Wakeboard Rockers: continuous, hybrid, three-stage and five-stage

There are four basic rocker types: continuous, hybrid, three-stage and five-stage.

Then, you've got flex boards which are built for rail riding in the most creative cable wakeboarding parks.

When you're hitting the rails, you don't want the stiffness of the traditional wakeboards. You want them to adapt to the impact and, therefore, to be more flexible.

Wakeboard Size Chart Your Weight (lbs) Your Wakeboard Size (cm) Your Long Wakeboard Size (cm)
Wakeboard Size Chart

25-70
40-85
65-110
70-130
100-170
150-225
170-250
200-275

111-118
118-130
124-134
130-138
134-142
138-146
142-146
146+

118-128
130-140
134-144
138-148
142-152
146-156
148-156
166+

How to pick the right wakeboard?

Wakeboards should be picked according to your level of experienced. Riding a beginner wakeboard is different from experiencing an advanced wakeboard plank.

Rocker curve is one of the roots of the performance definition of a board. Different styles and approaches require different curves. There is no "right" curve that work for everyone. It's all about what feels right for you.

You'll see different boards incorporate varying degrees of these four basic rocker types.

The continuous rocker profile offers a smooth, predictable ride, with flowing transitions into turns. The hybrid rocker profile blends two curves together for improved performance.

The three-stage rocker profile adds a break in the curve for aggressive riding style and a flatter center curve for speed and rail control.

The five-stage rocker profile gives the rider an extra straight-up kick off the wake without the braking effect of a traditional abrupt three-stage bottom curve.

Bigger boards are a great option for slow speed rides and for beginner wakeboarders.