Recent Reviews -
Justin - Bought the SWELL for my 2003 Mastercraft X-10 Boat, and boy was it a good purchase! Although SWELL didn't think the Creator would work on the hull of my boat, it does. You just need to make sure it's suctioned tightly to the side of the boat! Anyways, it is a night-and-day difference using the SWELL - the wave has way more push now, is taller and is also longer (make sure you have weight in the front of the boat). Bonus: the unit floats, and it tether's to the boat (in the odd event that it disconnects during surfing, or if you forget to take it off when you B-line back to the dock). Great purchase!
Ben - I was looking to buy a new boat but thanks to Swell Wakesurf, I just fell back in love with my 2005 Moomba Outback. Me and my buddy just went out and surfed all day without adding any ballast to the boat. There is no way I could have surfed without it! If you ever come out to Portland, OR, I want to thank you guys.
Ken - I know what your thinking ..... they make up all these reviews. But I tell ya, this is as real as it gets. I more so than anyone out there had my doubts, but all thats out the window now. The Swell Wakesurf Creator is the best money I have ever spent on anything. No more weighting out the boat from side to side. It's just a simple swap of the plate to opposite side you wish to surf. It's that easy!
And it completely cleans up your wave. I had an amazing wave to start and didn't think it could get much better, but it did, and the time saved not having to fill and empty bags from side to side. I just cant say enough. If I could put my phone number here I would so anyone interested could actually call and get a live testimony.
James from Canada - Just got my Swell Wakesurf Creator and it made a big difference on my Mastercraft 2000 205v. It cleans up the wake while giving it more push. Mounted easy and stays on the boat. Very pleased. Thank you Swell Wakesurf.
Adam - I put this on my Tige RZ2. It certainly makes a big difference. It fits well either on the lower step in the hull, or on the side of the hull. I found the best wave when I placed it on the side, above the step angled at the same angle as the step... about 1 foot forward of the Stern. It hold well, even when I forgot to take it off... I got to 18MPH before I realized... it held tight, despite the small curvature of the hull where it was mounted. With Fully loaded symmetric ballast, I had the largest (and best shaped) wave behind the boat. Slightly better with more weight on surf side... but only slightly. It is smaller than you think, but it boy does it work.
Ernie - Swell Wakesurf is legit. No more leaning for me. Filled Bow, Mid, Lockers and bags 1/2 way. Set Power Wedge at 2 clicks from bottom. Insane wave. Pic is my son Aiden, he pumped in from 20ft out, road a 10-15ft.
Coleby - Works as well as they say it does! My 2005 Sanger V215 loves it!
Bob - I bought the Swell Wakesurf a few months ago. I've used it a whole bunch, and it's truly a great product. It doesn't fall off, and it mounts and dismounts in seconds. The wake cleaned up so nice, and we ride without a rope in only six feet of water. I have a 2003 Malibu VLX with two 750s in the rear lockers, a 250 in the belly, and two 155 lb. Fatsac Bricks with handles that can be moved around. I give the Swell Wakesurf unit a 5 out of 5!
Paul - Wow.... I wasn't sure that this product would actually work and hadn't seen a lot of other reviews even on the companies website. But honestly this is a game changer if you love surfing. We have a 2002 Mastercraft X-Star. It is a great boat but was never designed to be a "surf boat" So inevitably trying to get the wake perfect for surfing involves moving people around, filling ballast tanks, driving around in circles, moving people around some more etc. Overall a giant hassle and you end up with an okay to mediocre wake for surfing. Simply attaching the swell wakesurf creator to the bottom of you boat on the opposite side you want to surf makes a huge difference. You might have to adjust the Swell either farther forward or back according to your boat. For ours it worked best moving it about 2-3 feet forward from the back of the boat.
Competitive level performance wake surfboard for riders up to 135 pounds. This board is fast, fluid, and pops!
The JC-Sig is a competitive-level wake surfboard designed for lighter teens and young-adults. This is a production version of a protoype we built with Team Rider Jennifer Concienne, who climbed more podiums than we can count in 2016. Jennifer needed a surf-style wake surfboard to boost big airs and surface-spin with ease. Voila: The JC sig combines a hybrid rocker with speed-inducing concaves, thin profile, harder/progressive rail, and wide bock tail to make sure Jennifer can work through the trick list with ease.
The JC-Sig fills the gap between the F-Grom and T-Twist. It is designed for performance and progression for riders up to 135 pounds. It comes as a thruster (3-fin) set-up for speed and hold, and can be ridden as a twin-fin to keep it loose for spinning.
Dimensions: 4’0″ x 19″ x 1 3/8″
Design Brief: Flattened rocker, full/progressive rails, block tail, deep single-double concave, thruster fins.
Construction: EPS, Epoxy, Fiberglass.
Traction: Signature idol surf traction with 1cm raised arch bar in front and back. Included in price. Front traction included in packaging and can be installed to the rider’s preference.
Fins: 3 Futures Fins boxes and fins included.
ARSENAL Comp **NEW for 2017** Sizes: Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, XX Large • NON COAST GUARD APPROVED - THIS IS NOT A LIFE JACKET • Front Zip Design made with 4-Way Stretch Material • New - 3 Dimensional Cut for Improved Fit • Light Weight Comp Design for Maximum Mobility COLOR: Black
- NON COAST GUARD APPROVED – THIS IS NOT A LIFE JACKET
- Front Zip Design made with 4-Way Stretch Material
- New - 3 Dimensional Cut for Improved Fit
- Light Weight Comp Design for Maximum Mobility