Rayne Whip 47" - Peacock Longboard Skateboard Deck w/ Grip

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Specifications
  • Length (in): 47
  • Width (in): 9.45
  • Varying Wheelbase (in): 30.25 - 31
  • Concave Style: Tub
  • Concave Depth: Medium
  • Plys: 3
  • Construction: Bamboo, Fiberglass
  • Griptape: Standard Black, Applied by MuirSkate
  • Flex Level: Mild
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Description

Making a grand return in three different sizes from Rayne is the all-arounder, the Whip!

It's a sick do everything longboard skateboard deck that knows how to take a beating. All 47 inches of this deck are prime foot real estate to keep you feeling comfortable wether you are poking out the longest toeside slide, holding out manuals, or just cross stepping all the way down the boardwalk! We guarantee you'll be seeing this deck up on the podium at your local slidejams; we just hope you're the one up there holding it!

Rayne's Description

So what if you don’t want to go fast? What if you just want to take curvy, flowing lines through your neighborhood streets, twirling, stepping, dancing and flipping to oblivion? Do you wish you had more room to take more steps and more kicktails to flip your board up for a steezy tigerclaw? Do not be afraid, the Whip has landed!

The Whip is designed around free motion. A board designed to encourage and progress your freestyle in ways that your quiver-killer never could; the supple, shallow kicktails allow you to whip your board around, no-comply and ollie with little effort and much agility. The available large sizes allow you to have almost endless space to bust out your cross-steps, peter pans and general boardwalking shenanigans without getting your feet tangled.

The Whip comes in 3 sizes: 41, 44, and 47 inches. Find which one suits you best!

Reviews

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Most under-rated Dancer / Freestyle LB deck
on 2017-04-23
Stiffer than most dancers and suited to the larger rider, the Rayne Whip 47 (and i have the 44) are epic decks with perfect kicktails, deep wheel wells, probably more concave than most dancers, although i really like it. The whips are the most fun i have had skating in along time. Learning cross-steps, peter pans, chopping, look backs, etc... is pretty challenging at first, but comes quick after a few months or so. Will probably add the 41 to my quiver - wish Muir would stock the whips. Only downside is the ugly AF pink and purple top. Running Paris trucks with Skiff wheels/62mm, no risers.