JoshSmith
3 years ago1,000+ Views
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So the beer can oat soda dp 35. Idk where to start. I really love the micro drop it has plus with the flared gas pedals it really locks you in for sliding. it broke so easy and smoothly. Idk how to describe it.compared to other boards. I personally not a big fan of shorter boards. so I was a little sketched out down hill. But after a few runs I fell in love with this board. plus with the knuckle busters (the holes in the board).made it really easy to carry back up the hills. there are kicks on it but they're flat which I prefer for free style. just to short for me to do any grab tricks comfortably. if I had gotten the 42in I would marry it. But with it being 35 I didn't do a lot of free style. the truck system is pretty weird. first it doesn't take normal normal screws. it has screed with out the flat spot to screw in plus it does not go through the board.it goes into these 2 metal blocks that slide back and forth for different wheel base options. kind of a bitch to switch trucks but really easy to switch wheel bases. over all I'd say one of my favorite boards I've ridden or owned. I love it and can't wait to take it back home and shed hills I know.
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@RichardSchafer pretty Damn stiff.But with it being so thin I think the 42 would have a sight flex.
3 years ago·Reply
Yeah and the material is aluminum right?
3 years ago·Reply
@RichardSchafer all recycled aluminum
3 years ago·Reply
How sturdy does it feel? Does it feel like it could bend or break easily?
3 years ago·Reply
@RichardSchafer it didn't feel like it would bend or break. it's very sturdy.though I wish it had a rocker concave
3 years ago·Reply
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