Black Pearl Skim Board Wakesurfer
The Black Pearl for over a decade, has been on competitive wakesurf podiums around the world. This epoxy skim style wakesurfer brings a UNIQUE blend of surf characteristics and skim style with multiple fin setups that allow you to adjust how loose the tail is for surface spins, or lock it in with dual fins for surf performance. For more speed try a tri-fin setup to quickly change the personality and personalization of this board. A proven model for spins, shuvits, snaps, and airs the versatility is unmatched in the twin-tip pintail class.
Ability Level: Beginner to Pro
Rider Weight Range: 80 to 200+ lbs. depending on wake size.
Size: 4’ 8” x 20.5” x 1” – 6.5 lbs.
Fins: Includes: One S-One 1.2” skim fin. Variations in fin type and setup will increase or decrease the difficulty of this board.
Watersports are fun and challenging but involve inherent risk of injury or death. To increase your enjoyment of the sport and to reduce your risks, use common sense and follow these guidelines: familiarize yourself with all applicable federal, state and local laws, the risks inherent in the sport and the proper use of equipment. Know the waterways and always have a person other than the boat driver as an observer. The rider, observer and driver should agree on hand signals. Never start out until the rider signals that they are ready. Always use caution and common sense.
How to Treat Your Board
- It is essential to keep your board out of direct or intense sunlight for extended periods of time as our boards are made out of materials that CAN be sensitive to excessive heat.
- Buy a protective bag for your board, it protects the board from surface/cosmetic damage, sun damage and keeps the boat protected as well.
- Inspect your board for damage every time you ride. Check the fins to make sure they are tight. Fins do not float. Fins are included with original packaging.
- DO NOT start from the swim platform.
- Gasoline, oils and most other petroleum products are bad for your board so do not let your board come into contact with any of these chemicals. These products can attack some types of plastics and epoxies causing structural failure.