Destroy this board.
Drastic times call for drastic measures. You've repaired many boards after blowing out edge after edge, and while jibbing street rails is fun, your wallet and your board are feeling the effects of this pastime. That's why the Stepchild Street Recession has stripped away its edges for smother and more cost-effective jib action. Wood + metal + concrete? No big deal.
- Zero Camber is completely flat—no rocker, no camber, just a versatile platform that can handle all terrains and conditions
- No-edge design means you won't ever have to worry about fixing your edges—ever
- Armadillo Plate reinforcement places a diamond shaped extra layer of fiberglass around the inserts to avoid blowouts without changing the board's flex pattern
- Kicker I Core uses tip-to-tail lightweight poplar wood that has been milled by laboring cyborgs with their own pneumatic hands
- Snag-Free base is made without joints or die-cut graphics (which can slow a board down) and then is pressed with a temperature-control system to harden the base for added durability