When it comes to finding the “do it all” board, few come close to the success of the Slingshot Solo. For some people the Solo is their sole park board while others make it their go to board behind the boat. No matter what your preference is, it’s undeniable that the Slingshot Solo performs well in both realms. The Solo comes equipped with the usual bells and whistles we have come to know and love from the Slingshot crew, including the Ballistic Base and Fusion Sidewalls. When it comes to the durability of this board, it’s certainly a solid rig. Don’t take our word for it; the creator of the board, Dylan Miller, has put out multiple winch videos putting this board in the most intense situations and it holds up. The Solo is more than flexy, even by today’s cable standards. The flexibility is due to the flex tips on either end. Whether you’re on the boat or cable, this board’s narrow profile and channels running through the belly make even carving around extremely fun. This board has a pretty mellow 3-stage rocker, which also keeps the speed up while still providing solid pop. The only downside to this board is adjusting to the flex. Popping off the wake or landing off a rail at the cable may take a bit of getting used to if you aren’t accustomed to Slingshot’s flex tips. Once the adjustment is made, the Slingshot Solo is a fantastic option for anyone looking to buy a wakeboard that can perform in any aspect of the sport, whether it be cable, boat, or even the winch.
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