- Lightweight one-piece fiber-reinforced industrial-grade polymer construction
- Textured traction pad deck with kick tail
- Inclined 360-degree urethane caster wheels
- Also includes an extra wheel and stickers
- Patented RipStik one-piece Torsion Technology
- Product Dimensions: 32.2″ L x 10.7″ W x 6.0″ H
- Product Weight: 5.25 lbs
- No Assembly Required
- For Ages 8 and up
- Max weight: 220lb (100kg)
How is it different then a reglar ripstick?
The regular ripstick has the tube which connects the areas where you foot goes, that tube spins within itself, that creates the wiggle that propels the board. The Rip Surf has a flex groove to allow the twisting, to me this flex groove has a smoother, less wiggly type of a ride. The actual motion used to generate speed is pretty close to the motion used in generating speed on a surfboard. I’m a surfer, so this one is by far my favorite.
what makes it better than a normal ripstik?
The design is cooler and if your a bigger person you have more placement for your feet.
How fast does it go?
It’s not motorized if that’s what you’re getting at. I don’t know how fast it goes in mph but at a pretty effortless cruising speed I find myself going about twice as fast as people are walking and I can get it to keep up with joggers if I make an effort. So, if I had to guess, you’d commonly find yourself going somewhere between 4 and 10 mph on this thing.
Transform your local skatepark into your own personal concrete break by hopping aboard the Razor Ripsurf. The Razor RipSurf – designed in Southern California. The RipSurf’s patented design allows riders to carve and cut like a real surfboard, but on dry land! Riding on two high-performance caster wheels and an authentically styled polypropylene deck, this is one ride-on that’s ready to make waves!