Radar Lake is the place that set the wheels in motion for what wakeboarding is today. It has been the genesis of some of the most influential board/boot designs in the industry and is consistently ground zero for the most progressive parts of modern-era wake videos. Typically, riders only dream about experiencing the aura and mysticism of Radar Lake first hand. But, recently we’ve teamed up with Ronix Wake to make this dream come true! We’re sending one lucky BuyWake fan on an all-expense paid trip to Radar Lake for three days and two nights where they will ride in the footsteps of wakeboarding’s giants. Sign up online here and who knows…maybe you’ll get put on the Radar.
Liquid Force and Young & Reckless recently teamed up to release a small run of limited boardshorts under the LF brandname. With this collab, two limited edition Watson Classics were pressed…and we have one of them.
We have decided to give the deck away randomly via Facebook. To enter, head to the BuyWake Facebook page and click the “Win a FREE Board” tab or click this link.
Here’s the tab image without the sign up field (to access the sign up field, click here)
*To enter one must be a fan of our Facebook page and has to sign up under the tab image. Sign up here.
It has been a while since a wakeboard flick has generated this much hype. I mean…before DEFY came out it was already one of 30 official selections to the 2012 X-DANCE Action Sports Film Festival in Park City, Utah. This alone puts DEFY and producer Sean Kilgus in an elite category of visual heavyweights including The Art of Flight by Brain Farm Prods.
First Impressions: The two-disc “collectors edition” comes with a Blu-Ray disc, a standard DVD, a limited cover graphic, and a handful of stickers. The inside cover shows a sequence of Harf stomping a massive Toeside Mute Double Roll. This is a really nice touch that is definitely easy on the eyes.
The Movie: The first noteworthy scenes include archival footage of Harf in what looks to be some sort of “sponsor-me” tape. ‘Twas the late 90s, Danny was 12 years old and blonde tips were all the rage.