The Real Skateboards team is one of the most elite in skating. The company sponsors professional riders such as Dennis Busenitz and JT Aultz, who both use their boards for competition-level performances at a high level while also pushing boundaries with creative designs on city streets all over San Francisco Bay Area!
This board was designed by Peter Ramondetta – it features special graphics from Francisco Rivera (a local artist) that reflect his unique style.
Francisco Rivera is a graphic design pro with an incredible variety of graphics to choose from. This particular board was covered in dark, gothic designs that weren’t my style but they still looked great! Real has something for everyone whether it’s more traditional skateboard art or someone looking just wants some spooky posters on their wall.”
I have a soft spot for this board. It’s not the most technical or slides fastest around but it feels so satisfying when you landslide on your backside after doing some trick! The concave was pretty mellow which made me feel comfortable and secure during every turn while also giving off nice feedback from under my feet as well without feeling like I’m walking nonstop up hillsides either (which can be frustrating).
The pop on this board was incredible. I skated through 2-and 3/4 months of use with no decrease in the popping, even after razor-tailing it (which is common). The stiffness allowed me to do some serious slides without feeling like they would break or crack under pressure; real skateboards offer what they call Rebound Construction – featured only in their particular series– which gives a quick snappy feel while riding thanks also for increased response time from both edges as well as more flex at your feet when turning corners hardest!
The board was strong until the end. That being said, this board was very strong. It never showed any sign of cracks or anything like that during my time with it and even at its peak, there were only small chips in some areas which didn’t affect performance whatsoever!
What are real skateboards made of?
Real skateboards are typically made of a 7-ply hardwood, such as maple. The top ply is usually cut from the center of the tree to ensure the most consistent grain. Skateboarders generally prefer maple because it’s strong and heavy, yet still flexible enough to withstand the punishment of street and vert skating.
The other 6 plies are usually cut at an angle so that they form a symmetrical deck when glued together. The angled plies also increase the deck’s strength and resistance to twisting. In order to make the deck waterproof and resistant to abrasion, it is sealed with a finishing coat of lacquer or polyurethane.
Do real skateboards have good concave?
Real skateboards definitely have good concave! This is what gives the board its structural stability and keeps your feet from slipping while you’re skating. The downside to concave boards is that they can be more expensive than flat or highly cambered decks. But, in my opinion, the extra money is definitely worth it for the peace of mind and increased skating performance that you get with a real concave deck.
Are real skateboards good for beginners?
Absolutely! Real skateboards are great for beginners and experienced skaters alike. They’re built to last, and they ride really well too. So if you’re thinking about getting into skating, or if you’re looking for a new board, definitely check out Real skateboards!
Real skateboards are good if you are looking for a durable board with a lot of pop and concave. However, they are more expensive than synthetic skateboards, and some might find them too slippery. It is ultimately up to the individual to decide what is best for them. Do your research before making a purchase, and make sure to find a board that is right for you.