What better place to test out and photograph our new 2021 products than the beautiful islands of Turks and Caicos? We were lucky enough to partner with our friends at Wake to Wake Watersports to put our MISSION gear to the test on that iconic turquoise water. We can’t wait to show you everything – stay tuned for more!
We created the MISSION wakesurf board line to give people access to legitimate surf platforms without asking them to fork over an entire paycheck. There’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all board, so we launched four distinct boards that appeal to different surf styles and skill levels.
Wakesurf boards aren’t cheap. And as they become more advanced, they often sacrifice durability to stay light and improve performance. The good news is that you can protect your investment with just a little due diligence and a few easy steps every time you ride.
Surfboard design has ebbed and flowed along an evolving wave of styles, concepts, and applications – especially once surfers began taking their boards from the ocean to lakes and rivers. Understanding how a wakesurf board is designed and how the different elements combine to create a unique ride will help you choose the one that fits your surf style.
Choosing a wakesurf board is a tough decision, whether you're an experienced surfer or brand new to the sport. This blog will walk you through some of the basics wakesurf board elements, the difference between board styles, and how to pick the best one for your needs and surfing style.
MISSION Boat Gear announces a wakesurfing board lineup, featuring four unique board styles designed to appeal to surfers of all ages, skill levels, and surfing styles. Each board features the same attention to detail and build quality that MISSION Boat Gear is known for while offering a competitive price point aimed at helping more people discover the exhilaration of wakesurfing.
Driving a boat for wakesurfing is a big responsibility. You need to know the rules on your chosen body of water, you need to be on the lookout for other boaters and possible hazards, and you need to give your passengers a safe, smooth ride. Here are some tips from the MISSION Boat Gear team.
We started with the goal of creating a surf wave that mirrored the performance of our existing SURFSIDE Panels. Then, we took it to a whole new level. It's more adaptable, more compact, and more awesome in every way. It will be known as DELTA. Symbolizing the fusion of water, sun, and surf.