ActiveWake.com is your source for wakeboarding boat accessories like ballast bags, tower speakers and ACME props. Our lowest price guarantee and educated sales staff make ActiveWake.com the best place to get your boat dialed in. For our local Portland customers we offer ballast plumbing and perfect pass installations.
Wakeboard Boat Towers, Wakeboard Racks, Waterski Racks, Surf Racks, Wakeboard Tower Speakers, Tower Mirror Arm, Wakeboard Ballast, Wakeboard Props
Interested in a special order or installation? Give us a call at (800) 832-7547.
The Straight Line Sumo Pump is the fastest pump on the market today. Fill up your Straight Line Sumo Sacs in a flash with the Sumo Pump. If you are looking to beef up the wake behind your boat the folks over at Straight Line have developed the Sumo line for wakesurfing and wakeboarding.
The Straight Line Big Bag 800 Single adds up to 800 pounds of ballast to your wakeboard or waterski boat. Learn More
The Straight Line Shock Tube is 48" long and will stop the slalom line from snapping back and hitting the driver or observer. The Slalom Shock Tube is a nylon covered foam pad. Learn More
The Straight Line Sumo Sac will add 750 pounds of ballast to your boat. The Sumo Sacs are made with the most flexible and puncture proof materials. Learn More
The Straight Line Sumo Bow Bag adds 650 pounds of ballast to your wakeboarding boat. Sumo Sacs are made from the most puncture-resistant material available; with a sandwiched, woven polyester core and internally glued seams makes for a nearly indestructible bag.
The Straight Line Sumo Flat Sac adds 800lbs. of additional weight to the mid portion of your boat. This floor sac was developed and tested by the R&D team at Liquid Force and any seasoned rider can tell you the benefits of weighting the mid portion of your boat. Learn More
The Straight Line Dock Tie are 4 feet long and the best protection you can offer your boat while parked at the dock. Run it from the dock cleat to your ski pylon and let the EZ Stretch cord absorb the rollers that would normally damage your boat. Learn More