Stepchild Street Recession - 2012


There are two things that suck when you’re riding urban features (so I’m told). The first is catching an edge; you might have mastered sliding through steel rail kinks but when it comes to wood handrails or concrete ledges there’s a lot more risk. The second is cracking or ripping out an edge and ruining an expensive and perfectly good snowboard. Remove all of the edges and gone are the risks. The Street Recession is pretty much identical to the Forum Street Dweller of years ago and equally useless for anything other than sliding street furniture.

Manufacturer's Description:

The whole idea behind this board is to destroy it! The street recession has no metal edges. With no metal edges you can hit wood and aluminum rails where steel edges would stick or catch. This is a Zero Camber board with a tip to tail sandwich wood core. The base is stone ground for an ideal finish. The street recession board opens up a lot of jib features that you just can’t take a metal edge board to. The Street Recession also comes with a snag free base. This is a street and urban specific board. Keep your mountain board fresh while you destroy this thing on the streets.

Recommended for rail riding.

Low cost $

Zero Camber Construction.

Twin Shape.

Year: 2012

Available Lengths (cm):
148, 152

Riding Style: Custom/Specialised


Kicker I Core
Stone Ground
Biax glass
16 inserts
Non Stick UV Lacquer finish

Stepchild Street Recession

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