January 31, 2014

Skate Slate Article - Skatepark Etiquette

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Lots of longboarders and downhill skaters these days are picking up a street deck and heading for the skatepark. In order to coexist with all the other skaters we must first learn a few new rules; things are different in the bowl than they are on the hill. Max Dubler over at Skate Slate decided to post up the most important ones. While lots of things are the same, like taking turns and staying out of the way, many things are different, like group runs.

Check out the full article from Max on Skate Slate:

If you're looking to do some street riding but haven't snagged a deck yet you should definitely check out the Rayne Catalyst. It's similar size to a street deck with our famous Rayne durability.

Justin Readings

Justin began skating in Toronto, Ontario and has now moved west to work more closely with us at Rayne. He's an experienced traveler, most known for keeping his pucks down, although recently he's doing a lot more freeriding. Justin rides for Rayne Longboards, Dr Vie Superfoods, and Switchback Longboards.


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