Cody Hesse is a Valdosta Wake Compound native, he’s spent more time riding there than any other wake park. This experience has provided Cody a chance to ride almost every board out there and the Codyak is his vision. Selecting his favorite features and working with Aaron Stumpf to ensure the best construction possible, this is by far his favorite shape ever. Cody describes his new board saying “I shaped a simple, easy to ride board for everyone, like a standard shape with a narrow profile and thin as can be.” Hyperlite in convinced you’ll enjoy this free feeling, forgiving & festive new shape.
Riding Style: Intermediate
Profile: Fully Machined Wood Core
- Fully Machined Wood Core
- Continuous Rocker
- Variable Edge Bevel
- Unbalanced Fiberglass Lay-Up
- Reinforced Rocker Area
- Sintered Base
- Urethane Sidewall
- Flat Base Design
- TAF Soft Flex Pattern
- Sized UP Philosophy
- M6 Inserts
TAF Soft Flex Pattern
The “T” in TAF stands for Thin, you can figure out the rest. This flex pattern is on the soft side and consistent from tip to tail.
Sized Up Philosophy
Advances in board construction have reduced boards’ overall weight, keeping swing weight at a minimum. This evolution means it’s time to ride a larger board to benefit from a shape that will truly support your height, weight and shoe size.
Our Sintered Base material is the strongest, most durable running surface we offer. The Sintered formula undergoes a process that creates a strong bond between particles, making the finished product nearly indestructible. This base option is the perfect choice for the cable park season pass holder.
Molded urethane flexes seamlessly with a wakeboard and bonds to top and base laminates for a fully bonded construction.
The rocker line that started it all. Speed and fluid, predictable pop truly define this rocker. Designed to carry great speed into the wake with minimal drag, a Continuous rocker generates a longer trajectory with similar pop every time.
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