Check out these new Go-Fast offerings at the shop! I want to call them top mounts but that term is taken really seriously these days, so let’s just call them DOPENESS. At the top, we have the Airflow Bracket, a really sick rockered Swiss (so you know it’s good) downhill deck. This is the board that Ramon won Maryhill on last year. The bends this board makes is unlike anything we’ve ever seen before. Super innovative and purposeful bends. We are stoked on it, and we will surely feature this again down the road.
Below that is the Fullbag Royal Flush and the Elise. P-Swiss might not be riding for Fullbag anymore, but that doesn’t make his old signature model deck any less appealing. Both of these decks have “3-D concave”, which basically means that the concave increases at the shoulders of the deck to create natural wheel wells. Because they are also sanded and routed, you can run big wheels on these decks bite free! And of course, they are both equipped with super aggressive concave that feels only like a Fullbag can.
Below the Fullbags is the new Comet Takeover. Originally known as the Wheelbase collaboration board, this deck has the classic Comet rocker/aggressive concave design with a little more beef in the standing platform. A full 10 inches wide, it is ready to shred. It also features flush mounting and routed wheel wells.
Next up is the new Sector 9 Tiffany downhill deck. This deck is not quite a top mount, not quite a micro drop. It’s actually half and half. It’s top mount in the back and micro drop in the front, creating an interesting lean/rake on the standing platform. It’s “Scoot” Smith’s new pro model board, and he’s been shredding it hard over the past year. Cool innovative deck and definitely something you’re going to want to take a look at in person if you get the chance.
Finally, at the bottom of the rack, we have the Rayne Vandal, another awesome top mount with “3-D concave” built into the deck. This one is ultra light weight with a short wheelbase and lots of footspace. The Drops great really cool spots to place your feet while tucking so you always know where you are on the board without having to take your eyes off the road. This is the deck Patrick Switzer joined Rayne to ride. It’s got rock solid bamboo and fiberglass construction and is built for speed.
Don’t think it stops there. We have tons more top mount, drop mount, micro-dropped, drop-through speedy goodness here at the Loft, and it’s always flowing in and out of the shop. Stop in on any given day and you’re likely to see something that wasn’t there the day before. Come by and check us out!