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First off, I bought this board strictly based off how awesome it looks and not expecting much.
It's a cambered draft, the board is a total noodle in the tip and tail, but still has decent snap, for now, due to the camber. Not the biggest fan of arbor's lifted edges and grip tech. Don't buy this board thinking you're going to be able to point it and not feel chatter or be able to really rail a turn. It'll carve, if you know what you're doing, but it felt like it was going to wash out constantly. The base is extruded, it's tough, but doesn't really hold wax and it's slow, especially if temps get into the 40's. Overall, it's a fun jib board.
got mine today and they're sick! First time using skull candy. I've always used sony in the past. The bass hits nicely, even when cranked up. Overall sound is clear and the inline volume control makes things so much easier to adjust. I only wish they were the style type that went behind the neck, but that's no deal breaker. And there's no type of static or sound from the chords touching. I would definitely recommend these.
is the stone color white or a light kahki?
i know it's a leather band, can it get wet at all or no?