Sports Illustrated Kids featured Freebord in their latest Gotta Get It Guide holiday gift guide. We’re stoked about the coverage in a national magazine but pretty disappointed in the weak description: “By combining a skateboard and a caster board, this setup allows you to carve turns in a new way.”
Let’s see if our riders have the copywriting chops to craft a better description. How would you sell/describe Freebord if you had only one sentence?
By combining a skateboard(or longboard) with bindings and center wheels it allows you to carve, slide and even stop on both heel and toe side just like a snowboard.
The only reason I left the words skateboard or longboard in there is because most people can identify those boards.
“A bord that works like no other, allowing you to carve, slide and stop just like you would on a snowboard!” (no kidding on the weak ass description.
a board that combines the flexibility of a ripstik with the rad stylings of a flowboard. boi.
No snow this Christmas no problem! Freebord allows you to simulate snowboarding on concrete and look super stylish!! its an all in one package
“figure it out”
Ripstik Kids are a hell big futur army of Shredders. Snow / Skate / Wake and Freebord
For all of you snowboarders, this is for you. If you have no snow at times in the year, you can still practice your tricks and carving with the Freebord!
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