Wedgie 2013


Wedgie 2013

With the intention of making the ultimately versatile carving board we give you The Wedgie.

With a wedged nose & tail for tighter turns & a dropped platform for stability it has got you covered for commuting, freeriding, sliding, carving. You name it!

Technical

  • Size: 102 cm × 24 cm / 40.2” × 9.4”
  • Weight: 2,1 kg
  • Truckbase: 85 cm / 33.5”
  • Shape: Top mount, deep tub concave, wedged drop down
  • Construction: 7-ply Canadian hardmaple + 2-ply fibreglass
  • Flex: 3
  • Downhill: 3
  • Freeride: 4
  • Carving: 5
  • City: 2
  • Designed for: Commute, Carving, Cruising, Freeride

Graphics: Stefan Grolin

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4 Responses

  1. jonas

    Hello !

    Hvilket brett er mest stabilt i fart av twin, lowrider og wedgie?
    Og hvilket av de er det lettest og lære seg slides med?
    Har ett loaded dervish fra før og lurer også på om twin er veldig likt det?

    • Slipstream

      Hello Jonas, tough questions!
      Really, really hard to say since this is pretty individual, but these are our subjective opinions;
      Speed: Lowrider or Wedgie
      Easiest slides: Twin or Lowrider
      The twin is wider and stiffer compared to the board you mention.
      Hope this helps!

  2. johan

    Hej, jag har en Slipstream Buddy och en Twin sedan tidigare. Nu har jag och en kompis tänk att vi ska lära oss “slajda”. Vilken bräda skulle ni rekommendera för det ändamålet? Eller räcker det gott och väl med min Twin-bräda?

    Tack på förhand.
    //Johan

    • Slipstream

      Hej Johan!
      You can slide with any board, (both The Buddy and Twin boards work for sure), but it is a pretty individual question which board one prefers.
      That being said, a lot of riders have actually praised The Platypus for being really easy to slide with.
      Good luck!

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