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Some call it "Pier Pressure"

C43
Perhaps it's the Pier Graphics on the newest Gravity board, but photo taken beneath a rolling wave of the pier is truly beautiful. just imagine rolling under that wave towards the pier, very little feels better. perhaps the 43" Carve comes close, with carving and cruising in mind. the 43 flexes well with the 7Ply Hardwood Maple and riding on angled risers, it would be perfect with the Randalls trucks. there are two options, either the Randalls or Trackers, while i personally find the Randalls much more fun to cruise and bomb hills with. the wheels are 66mm Gravity and small cut aways for the front wheels, but otherwise quite tight. the board has a nice kick tail and can be ridden from either direction so that it truly is an all round board. [equipbug]

photo courtesy of www.gravityboard.com

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