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Gravity boards is at it again with the newest addition. the 29" Super Slalom. It is shaped a lot like my Giant Slalom but only 3 inches shorter. it has a 5 Ply Maple wood board with a single "G Tech Fiber" layer to make it lighter and stronger. the Trucks are Tracker Darts 129mm and everything else is the standard 66mm Gravity wheels and angled risers. the board looks HOT, literally. i'm very happy with the Giant Slalom, so i'm sure this one would be just as fun. At the moment, i find the Giant Slalom a perfect size. great for cruising and sliding. if you shorten it 3 inches, it may be more portable and fun to take to parks, but i would rather cruise still. take your pick, any Gravity board will do the job. [equipbug]
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