AIRHEAD AHW-3010 Grafitti City Wakeboard

$131.07
AIRHEAD AHW-3010 Grafitti City Wakeboard
9.6

Appearance

9.4/10

Durability

9.8/10

Performance

9.9/10

Speed

9.8/10

Weight

9.0/10

Pros

  • Great transitional board for beginners to advanced riders
  • Cheaper than most comparable wakeboards
  • Unique appearance
  • Great tracking
  • Floaty nature and free-ride wakeboard

Cons

  • While unique, appearance won’t appeal to all
  • Not suited for riders less than 150 pounds

Airhead introduces another wakeboard that was created for a wide array of riders, and just in case you missed some of their best then this review is for you. Airhead wakeboards are some of the most synonymous within the industry as beginners and experienced riders have raved over the experienced around the world. If you’re looking for a wakeboard that boasts a stylish appearance while maintaining what Airhead has become well known for then you must keep reading.

The Airhead AHW-3010 Graffiti City Wakeboard offers unique styling and some of the hottest features that the most experienced riders are looking for. The best part of this wakeboard is that it offers beginners a great starting point, and with more experienced, riders can transition the board into more of advanced board.

Cheap in Price, but Not in Features

The Airhead AHW-3010 is one of the cheapest wakeboards on the market, and when looking at the features that come standard it’s everything but. The Graffiti City wakeboard comes in at just over $130 which is hundreds less than comparable boards that don’t offer features like this. With two removable fins which you’ll see with excellent tracking is hard to come by at this price point.

But it doesn’t stop at the removable nylon fins as the Graffiti City wakeboard also boasts a rounded end profile and beveled perimeter. This gives you an incredible release and pop coming off of the wake. Coupled with smooth transitions both in and out, the AHW-3010 sets up one amazing riding experience.

Superior Durability for Riders More than 150 Pounds

The AHW-3010 Graffiti City wakeboard comes in at 11 pounds which is more than other comparable boards, but the durability it offers those weighing more than 150 pounds is superior. This board was created for all riders in mind, which is an added benefit as it’s a great transitional board from beginner to more of an intermediate rider.

While it’s not suited for youth riders, those looking for a board that was built to last will appreciate this Airhead wakeboard. The durability is further complimented by the superior performance that will literally have you feel like you’re floating on top of the wake, versus moving and coming out of it.

Specifications and Features

  • 11 pounds
  • 60 x 18 x 12 inches
  • 143cm
  • Rounded end profile and beveled perimeter
  • Designed for riders more than 150 pounds
  • Created for riders of all skill levels
  • Two removable fiberglass reinforced nylon fins

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Pros

  • Great transitional board for beginners to advanced riders
  • Cheaper than most comparable wakeboards
  • Unique appearance
  • Great tracking
  • Great pop out of the wake
  • Floaty nature as a free-ride wakeboard

Cons

  • While unique, appearance won’t appeal to all
  • Not suited for riders less than 150 pounds

Verdict

The Airhead AHW-3010 Graffiti City Wakeboard is an amazing board when considering the transitional mindset that you can purchase it as a beginner and not outgrow it as an intermediate. With the floaty nature thanks to the removable fins, rounded end profile, and beveled perimeter, this sets up one heck of a ride. This doesn’t even take into consideration of the price, and at just over $130 bucks you won’t find a better buy than this.