Your wakeboard boots should be snug but not so tight that they are painful. Most boots are designed to fit a range of shoe sizes, while some higher end boots are single sizes.
What degree should a wakeboard binding be?
Beginner – Recreational Stance
Back Binding – Zero degrees at the backmost position on the board. Front Binding – Pointing towards the front of the board at a 15 – 27 degree angle (2-3 holes from the center of the binding plate). Place at a natural distance from the rear binding.
Do wakeboard bindings run small?
Most bindings will be sized for a range of foot sizes to allow for multiple riders to use the same binding. For children, the size of their foot should fall in the lower end of the size range to allow adjustment as their foot grows.
Is wakeboarding hard to learn?
Wakeboarding will certainly give you your fix and is relatively quick to learn. Unlike most other watersports, wakeboarding has a satisfyingly steep learning curve and depending on your confidence and previous board experience, you can be popping ollies and carving up a watery storm even on your first go.
Do you need bindings to wakeboard?
Wakeboard bindings are what attaches your feet to the wakeboard. They are also called wakeboard boots, and the way they fit can make or break your wakeboarding experience. In fact, the boots are so important that most riders prefer to have their own set of bindings regardless of if they share a wakeboard.
Is wakeboarding bad for your knees?
Wakeboarding poses a high risk of injury to the knees. Common mistakes, such as keeping your legs straight or locking the knees, further increase injury risk. To stay safe, keep your knees bent at all times.
Is there a front and back to a wakeboard?
When wakeboarding, you stand perpendicularly on your board, with one foot in front and the other in the back. Riders who stand with their left foot in the front and their right foot in the back are known as regular. The stance is called “regular” because it is the most common position for wakeboarders.
Can you mix and match wakeboards and bindings?
Boot/Board Compatibility. Almost all modern wakeboards use standard M6 mounting hardware and 6″ binding plates that are universally compatible across all brands. The only exception is Liquid Force 4D bindings.