Perry Morrison Joins the Tige Evolution Team

Apr 13, 2015

Perry Morrison might be the youngest rider to join the Tige Evolution Team, but his talent is sure to carry him to the top. Perry fell in love with wakesurfing,Tige Boats, and the lifestyle that goes with it all through the Tige Endless Wave Tour. With a raw talent and whole-hearted passion, you can expect to hear Perry's name as one of the the fastest progressing riders on the wakesurf scene in the coming years.

TB: What was the deciding factor for you to pursue the direction of a pro career?
I love surfing and after my first private lesson with Dominic Lagace at Lake Lewisville, TX in 2013, I got excited about competing at the Endless Wave Tour Stop in Fort Worth, TX. At the Tournament, we met a lot of people that wanted to make sure I had fun. The person that I remember most was Matt Edmondson with Eagle Marine. My second year at Endless Wave Tour, everyone I met before, treated me like I was part of the family and that made my dad’s decision to purchase a Tige Boat.

TB: Where do you usually ride at?
I usually ride at Lake Grapevine, Grapevine TX.

TB: If you weren’t wake surfing, what would you be doing?
I would be scuba diving, flying airplanes, sailing or TaeKwonDo which are my other hobbies.

TB: How stoked are you to be so young and already have a boat sponsor?
It’s an amazing and special feeling to have a boat sponsor and partner with me on my journey. I am real excited that Eagle Marine and Tige have offered me the opportunity be a part of their team and family.

TB: Is there any rider that you’ve never gotten a chance to ride with that you would really like to?
Keenan Flegel, because he won first place in the 2014 World Surf Competition, and I would love to spend a weekend surfing with Dominic Lagace.

TB: What’s your biggest goal as a wakesurfer?
To be the best I can be and someday win first place in the World Wake Surfing Championship.


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