Designed with performance in mind, the Lowrider's hard edges and channels provide a deep edge and release off the wake. Deep padded knee wells and twin tip design enable you to increase your trick lis in comfor. Our 3" padded cinch strap holds you in for thos big air tricks. Take it to the next level on a Lowrider
Posted by Bryan on 30th Aug 2013
So I wanted to add additional review for the lowrider. I don't question that the board itself is a 5 my only con is that if you happen to not like your knees so close together this board might not work depending on your size but the O'Brien Rush or Sozo might be much better board as the knee pad placement is much much better. Im 6'2 and the knee placement was too close for me, might be perfect for others not my size. Either way Wakehouse is awesome and will take of you. They rock in customer service and pricing. I give them a 10. They completely helped me out with my order and going well beyond any customer's expectation to get me my board.
Posted by Unknown on 29th Aug 2013
I just bought this board and I have no idea how it rides yet as I just took it out of the box but upgraded from the more intermediate Kneeboards to get a better ride. The huge con I see is the padding is awful. Why in the world are the knee pads so flipping nut cracking close together? The more cheapo boards have at least more comfort with the padding and the knee spacing. Did they space those knee pads for people only 5 ft and 120 lbs and under? What is up Obrien...thanks a lot. My last ride of the summer, totally excited to try this new board and now my knees and legs are pegged together w little comfort.