Forum Contract - 2011


Every night you cruise the streets, generator in the boot of your car, friends in the back and your boards on roof. You all spot the handrail at the same time. The run-in is sketchy and the light could be better, but hey you didn’t pack the geni for nothing. After 30 minutes of sorting the run in and the landing, the session is on its way. You’re riding the Contract because this is what it was made for.

With the Forum Contract everything is designed for making the most of your micro shred sessions. Super soft glass; the Pop Camber profile for low speed pop and super easy presses; and Forums all new 0-60 base which will have you at trick speed at least a yard before your mates; is there a better board on the planet for making the most of urban rail missions?

Manufacturer's Description:

We the people…

We invite you to apply for our street team and join us on the best urban board made. Durable, fast on the drop in, maneuverable, and poppy—every feature is tuned to the team’s needs. Pop Camber not only gives you superior ollie power but it also lets you lock in presses with control like never before. The 0-to-60 base proves that drop-ins don’t need to be long, and the Bad Ass materials package stands up to metal, stairs, and cement. Sign up if you’re ready for a life on the streets.

Recommended for park riding.

Recommended for rail riding.

Medium cost $

Camber Construction.

Twin Shape.

Year: 2011

Available Lengths (cm):
146, 148, 150, 152

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park


Pop Camber profile
Twin shape
Bad Ass Core
Bad Ass Glass laminates
0-60 Base
Beveled edges
Flex 3/10

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