At 21.5 feet, the Tige R21 is just big enough to have all the performance potential of the high-end Tige’s, but with fewer luxury features the price is far lower. The ConvexV hull coupled with this manageable overall length can throw anything from a heavy surf wave to a relatively small and passable slalom wake and anything in between. Beyond the hull design, the TAPS (Tige Adjustable Performance System) system has a plate that can alter the boat’s running attitude to further morph it to fit different sport demands. Throw in 2,400 pounds of ballast and you have big wake making prospects. When you want to surf, you can either list the R21 with all the weight on one side or you can keep your evenly weighted wakeboard setup and use the surf system to surf one side or the other without moving any ballast. When you want to surf your opposite side you just hit a button at the dash and the process is done within three seconds.