It’s 2014 and you’re still riding that water-logged, warped, and delaminated deck you got for your birthday 3 years ago. What’s the point? It’s about time you upgraded to the best of the best, and there’s absolutely no better time than now. That’s because Rayne just released 5 new boards for the Summer 2014 season! They’re ready for any kind of riding so you really don’t have an excuse not to ride a Rayne board.
First is the all new Rayne Misfortune, pairing up perfectly with the Rayne Fortune V2. They both feature fat bottom construction, making your ride both light and speed stiff, and they both feature 4D wheel well cups to let you run larger wheels while having looser trucks. Being designed by world champion racer Patrick Switzer, you know this board is sure to handle any speeds you may throw at it. And it comes in ‘his and hers’ sizes so you and your lady friend can each get a longboard of your own. A girl who skates, that’s the dream!
Next up, we have the new Rayne Otherside and the Rayne Brightside. These boards are the big and little brother of the extremely popular Rayne Darkside. These single kick downhill freeride boards feature radial dropped platforms and 3 stage rocker, giving you the perfect stance for freeriding. Taking your freeriding to the next level is extremely easy when fitting your feet into the pockets of this concave. With 3 sizes, you’re sure to find the one that’s perfect for you – the perfect board for the whole family.
And lastly, we have the all new Rayne G-Mack Pro Model, designed by pro rider George Mackenzie. He is a master of riding switch, so this board fits his style for just that. Riding regular or goofy, this board has no front or back, no nose or tail. It’s all the same, all the way around. So it’s perfect for freeriding. George has even won a few slide comps switch! How crazy is that? But if you’re feelin’ extra ballsy, you can take it to George’s level and downhill switch. That’s right, hitting maximum speed and pre drifting, all in switch. It’s time you upgraded your ride to one of the new Rayne boards for 2014. And if you think it doesn’t fit your style of riding, then your style of riding is wrong. Get the need for speed and ride one of the best boards out there.