The Stoke: The Same Caliber II's Every one loves now with 44* base plate. Which many feel is optimal for Downhill and Technical Freeriding. Lower Degree plates also feel phenomenal in drop through set ups.
The Grit: Lower degree baseplates create a less lively turn. For a little more twich check out the Caliber II 50* trucks.
The Stoke: The paris savants offer a near precision truck at half the cost of true precisions. Most notably they come with hat washers and more precise pivot cup. The Grit:...
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The Stoke: This board is is a reincarnation of the Five Mile Raptor which was a legendary deck in one of five miles earlier production runs. Its center drop increased board feel...
The Stoke: The Liam Morgan pros have showed the freeride scene that Blood Orange can make a great wheel. Now Blood Orange has set out to conquer the downhill scene...