O'Brien Clutch Wakeboard | O'Brien Watersports
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O'Brien Clutch Wakeboard

Stable Ride with Tons of Control

Cobe may have designed the Clutch years ago, but this timeless shape deserves a special place in our line. It has everything a pro rider needs but is genuinely ideal for beginner to intermediate riders looking for a predictable 3-stage board with explosive pop off the wake. Designed with four long molded fins and tracking channels, the Clutch provides a smooth ride with plenty of hold on the water. The variable beveled edge keeps the board's midsection catch-free and tapers towards the tip and tail for added bite while edging. This easy to ride board is perfect for building fundamentals, improving confidence, and enhancing progression.

Features

  • 3-Stage Rocker
  • Feather Core
  • Variable Beveled Edge
  • Grab Rail
  • Four Molded In Fins
  • Two Removable Attack 1.4 Center Fins

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3-Stage Rocker

This rocker line is generally flatter between the bindings but dramatically angles upward towards the tip and tail. This explosive rocker line generates a more aggressive and vertical pop off the wake

Wake Graphs
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Feather Core

Feather Core reduces the board’s swing weight for more midair control, while simultaneously maintaining its profile up the face of the wake for maximum pop.

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Variable Beveled Edge

Rolled edges, for a smoother, catch-free ride that sharpen at the tip and tail for more bite.

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Grab Rail

Channeling on top of the board that makes it easier to lock onto grabs; also makes the board easier to carry.

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Molded and Removable Fins

Combines four long molded-in fins with two removable center fins for tons of stability and control on the water. Once comfortable, you can easily remove the center fins to achieve a looser feel preferred by more advanced riders.