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O'Brien Valhalla Wakeboard

Easy Riding Board for Effortless Progression

One of the most reliable and forgiving shapes on the market, the Valhalla is perfect for beginner and intermediate riders who rely on consistent, predictable performance to improve their riding. Simultaneously, some of the best riders in the world, Shota Tezuka and David O’Caoimh, rave about the Valhalla and have made it their go-to shape. Its Feather Core, tapered thickness profile, and molded fins give the Valhalla tons of control from edge to edge, making it an ultra-reliable board. Paired with a Progressive Rocker and Delta Base, the Valhalla generates a smooth, controlled pop off the wake; allowing the rider to maintain control in the air and build confidence in their riding.

Features

  • Progressive Rocker
  • Feather Core
  • Variable Beveled Edge
  • Delta Base
  • Grab Rail
  • Four Molded Fins
  • Two Removable Flank 1.35 Center Fins

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Stability

Wakeboard Flex and Rocker

Progressive Rocker

Similar to a Continuous Rocker but with a kicked up tip and tail, resulting in more vertical pop than a Continuous Rocker and more predictability than a 3-Stage.

Perforance Graphs
2021 O'Brien Feature Focus Valhalla Variable Beveled Edge

Variable Beveled Edge

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

2021 O'Brien Feature Focus Valhalla Delta Base

Delta Base

“Chevron” shaped channels molded into the tip and tail of the board that reduce drag for faster edging and a cleaner release off the wake.

2021 O'Brien Feature Focus Valhalla Grab Rail

Grab Rail

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

2021 O'Brien Feature Focus Valhalla Fins

Molded and Removable Fins

Combination of four molded-in fins and two removable center fins for tons of stability and control on the water. Once comfortable, the rider can remove the center fins for a looser feel that's preferred by more advanced riders.