Join Date: Dec 2009
Location: Detroit suburbs
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This is what it looks like in person (still in the factory plastic, a bit of glare)
Unfortunately, didn't get it in time to hit the slopes tonight. I hung around home as long as I could today before heading out for a night session hoping UPS would drop off early... I left at 330 and it was on the porch sometime before 5pm when my wife got home. Would've been nice to take it out tonight.
Rail jam on Sunday me and a friend are gonna thrash it and I'll probably ride it for a good night park session next week. Review sometime within the following week probably.
First glance impressions: fully wrapped edges are a plus in my book. I still don't understand why all companies don't do this. Feels somewhat de-tuned not super sharp, but it's a park deck so that's expected, too. Graphics look better in person than they do on the website, it's a pretty neat looking deck. I went with the rocker, but the sight-test tells me it's almost flat; maybe a few mm rise but it's hard to tell just by looking at it. I will try and get tech specs on this, as well as eff. edge, waist, etc. One thing off the bat that I notice is that 4x2 inset pattern. It's not a deal-breaker but I'd prefer more options in 8x2.