The Original WakeSurf Shaper
In addition to turning wakes into swells – the best part is you no longer have to weight your boat unevenly. Gone are the days of filling and draining your bags to the port or starboard side – keep it all in the center. There has never been this type of aftermarket innovation that can so easily be mounted to the side of the hull – that makes this kind of difference.Shop All Products
Engineered To Create The Perfect Wake
Built in handle for easy moving to either side
Built in handle it is easy to move to either side of your boat, and is best paired with a loaded Eight.3 ballast system.
There has never been this type of aftermarket innovation that can so easily be mounted to the side of the hull - that makes this kind of difference.
Shim options to fit all hull shapes
The shim is a simple attachment between the Wakesurf Shaper and a boat’s hull. Every hull shape is different - some are mostly at and don’t require a shim. Others have a step hull and require a 1” shim - other boats have a more pronounced step and need a 2” shim, while in some cases you might need both shims to make a 3” gap between the hull and your Wakesurf Shaper. For installation - we recommend the Wakesurf Shaper is 80% submerged when boat is properly weighted and as close to the stern as your hull will allow.
Fastener strips for adjustments toward the bow or stern
The adhesive fastener strips that attach to the boat are intentionally 6” longer than the Wakesurf shaper. This allows for further adjustment towards the bow or the stern of the boat greatly altering the shape of the wake. When closer to the stern, the wake becomes steeper, and deeper - closer towards the bow and the wake gets a longer sweet spot - who says you can’t surf tandem?
Concave design for a more defined wake
A great way to convert many boat models into the world of wakesurfing and easily adjust on the fly for both goofy or regular foot surfers.
We added a concave thru the center with a greater, more de ned leading edge. The result - more effective job of diverting a column of water creating less drag on the boat with improved fuel efficiency than last year’s model. Designed for the surfer that wants the biggest inboard swell.