Special edition graphic by John Cowart
New in the G15 decks:
Shorter board for ease of use
Better truck placement for more pop
Newly shaped nose and tail
Same comfortable concave
FlatFace Decks are the product of over ten years of deck making by professional fingerboarder Mike Schneider. Numerous shapes, materials, and production methods have been tested over the years to produce the best performing fingerboard possible. The latest generation is the G15 deck, which is based off the super popular G14 shape and improved even more. The design has been changed for a slightly longer wheelbase and shorter kicks giving you more pop, control, and better feeling. They have medium concave and are designed with performance in mind. The G15 shape is updated to 33.68mm wide for a comfortably wide controlled feeling. The nose and tail are now shaped more realistically, up to date with the latest standards. The nose is slightly higher than the tail exactly like a real skateboard, this helps performance as your front finger slides up the deck and scoops it up for ollies, flip tricks, etc. as it catches the nose. The entire deck is made of carefully selected, rock solid woods. Colored plies are vibrantly dyed all the way through for a crisp look and every ply selection is carefully selected for proper weight. Holes are machine drilled with extreme precision, so trucks fit perfectly every time in the exact right spot for optimum performance. Each deck is laquered with a special method, solidifying the wood and adding pop and durability as well as a vibrant shine.<p>
Note: You are paying for one deck, the pictures display multiple decks to show variety. Each deck has random plies.