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Chop Lord – Rayne Reverse Chop

Max Capps has been in the game for a long while as a top level skater but what most people don’t realize is that chopping boards got him into the game in the first place.  Since the mid-2000’s, Max has tried to make the most out of every board by modifying them to have special functionality.  Back in May, Max made a trip back to Vancouver for Danger Bay and stopped by Flatspot to chop a few boards while he was in town.

Max chops every deck by hand which creates one-of-one shapes that you won’t be able to find anywhere else.

Although it may seem counterintuitive, Many of the decks with kicktails were chopped to be ridden “backwards.”

You can check out the decks available for sale at Flatspot here.

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Rayne – Libido – Deck

The Libido is designed to grip corners, weave through the pack and hold lines you never thought conceivable.

In some cases you simply need a board that is going to grip like a Chinese finger trap, look no further. The Libido can deal with the bends at Maryhill or your most loved carport without missing a beat, and in a bundle sufficiently sized to serenely tear around town or jam in a school locker.

The Libido is a totally one of a kind shape in the Rayne Lineup, composed particularly for Maryhill. Numerous riders at Maryhill crave the mobility of a slalom deck, yet then locate the standing stage too little and the ride excessively restless. Rayne expected to settle that and fabricate a solitary, sharpened deck that would fit top star’s and novices alike. The deck highlights two spoon-molded pockets to hold both of your feet in a rockered position making holding your tuck and weaving through packs as simple as could be allowed, keeping your feet bolted on your board without expecting to reposition your feet.

The Libido includes different wheelbases to tweak your wheelbase and foot situating. We exceptionally suggest getting an arrangement of Angled Risers to modify and adjust your Maryhill ride.

The Libido makes and marvelous carport racer and around town deck. Just to propel the back trucks to include a decent kicktail!

Length: 31.75“
Width: 9″
Wheelbase: 18-21“
Construction: Bamboo/Fiberglass
Concave: Mild
Flex: Medium

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Rayne – Forge – Deck

The Rayne Forge has been revamped and reissued for the public to enjoy. Rayne’s construction of bamboo and fiberglass is perfect for this style of setup. It’s a great dancer and cruiser giving you a perfect amount of flex, and a ton of responsiveness and rebound in the ride. With tons of energy return through really hard carves, the Rayne Forge keeps that energy and propels you forward. Push less, coast and carve a lot more with the Rayne Forge.

Length: 40″
Width: 9″
Wheelbase: 25.5″
Construction: Bamboo
Concave: Medium
Flex: Flexy

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Rayne – Exorcist Demons – Deck

If you liked the GMack, the Exorcist will slay you. Built with the same ergonomic concave features of the GMack, the Exorcist has been trimmed down to 34” x 9.5” to reduce weight and improve edge feel. We’ve increased the available wheelbase options, making for an even more versatile deck.

The Exorcist is a symmetrical downhill longboard with aggressive concave for high speed freeride and downhill. Within the Rayne lineup, it is one of the stiffest and most “locked in” feeling boards we have.

The symmetrical concave features an ovalized radial drop into a rockered platform that features two unique Pleasure Domes, with no W-concave in the centre of the board for easy pushing.

Wheelbases range from 24.25″ – 26.25″ the exorcist offers the nimble ride desired for lower speed freeriding with the option of moving your trucks out to the widest wheelbase for a speed ready downhill and freeride machine. We’ve placed the wheelbase mounting holes in the perfect location to allow riders to get their feet nested right over their wheels, maximizing control. With our Fatbottom construction, the Exorcist has awesome wheel clearance.

Length: 34″
Width: 9.5″
Wheelbase: 24.25” – 26.25”

FatBottom Construction – Thick and juicy center, Thin and light edges, provides 1/4″ of reinforced wheelwell and saves weight!
Vert-Lam Bamboo Core – Stronger than steel, light like a feather
Pre-tensioned Triax fibreglass – Adds long life, durability, strength and energy return.
Sublimated Artwork – Scratch-resistant ink is tattooed into the deck.
Sharp Edges – Final touch for locked in feet.
Speed-stiff – Don’t get bounced! Stiff boards will make you stable at high speeds.
Twin Shape – Ride it anyway you want!
3D Wheelwells – Fight against nasty wheelbite and keep your feet in place.
Rocker – Pre-loads your legs for easier tucking and turning.
Micro Drop Platform – Very subtle platform drops from Zero Degree mounting into the rockered platform. Provides easy footing reference to know where your feet are without heavy ergonomic features. Great for freeriding.
Pleasure Domes – Not just one Pleasure Dome, the Exorcist has two! Placed perfectly in the spaces where your arches are but flat in the center of the board for hassle-free pushing!
Leverage Cave – Concave designed to cup from the ball of your heel to the ball of your toe, providing even grip and leverage over your trucks.
Universal Variable Top Mounting – Lets you pick the wheelbase that works best for you.
Bee Orange Finish – Smells good, taste great, and seals and protects your board without harmful chemicals.

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Flatspot X Rayne Longboards Highway Jam XVII Video

New year, new Highway Jam!!! After a late summer and fall of going sponsorless, we couldn’t be more stoked to get Rayne Longboards on the bus for Highway Jam XVII!! // read more

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Rayne – High Society Slide Gloves

Features:

Thrash Protection – 100% Deer Skin Leather. Superior fit and knuckle safety so your hands never get thrashed.
Blow Out Prevention – Built tough. High Wear areas are reinforced and Critical Seams are all Double Layered
Beveled Slide Pucks – Rest comfortably on your palm. Dimpled to reduce friction.

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Rayne Highway Jam XVII

We couldn’t be more stoked to collaborate with Rayne Longboards for the first Highways Jam of 2018!!! We knew we didn’t want to wait any longer to have the next jam and we know you all want to get out and skate and have some fun. No better way to keep warm than shredding as many hills as we can in a day. ** Note the different hours, 8am kick off, as we want to get as much daylight as we can to cram it all in!

Facebook Event Page here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1958002114463065/

DATE
January 6th – 8am until 5pm

DESCRIPTION
The format of the event is simple. We jam a full size school bus with as many people as we can fit (which is 50). The bus then takes us all to three or four locations where we skate. We spend a good portion of the day without any access to public transit. That means once you get on the bus, you’re on it till it gets back into the city. So be prepared to get rad and have fun all day!

Photo Jon Huey

We supply lunch and water. BUT OUR SUPPLIES ARE NOT BOTTOMLESS. Bring extra water and food! You will likely not be able to buy food or drinks.

Photo Jon Huey

TICKETS
Single Day Bus Ticket – $10*
*Reduced price thanks to the support of Rayne Longboards!

Get your ticket here:

There is a limited number of seats on the bus and it sells out rather quickly. Please purchase your seat ahead of time. It breaks our heart to turn people down the day of, don’t make us do that please.

Photo Jon Huey

**IMPORTANT**
If you are not on the bus do not follow/attend the event in your own vehicle unless asked to do so. This is an Exclusive event for Pass and Ticket holders only. Sorry.

WAIVER
You must sign a waiver to attend the event. They can be found on this FB page, on our blog, or you can pick one up at the store.

Download, Print, Sign, Bring to Store or Email.

ITINERARY
8:00 AM – Be at Flatspot Longboard Shop, 112 E. Pender St. Chinatown. We will not wait for you.
8:15 – 4:00 PM – We skate three or four locations, and eat lunch somewhere in the middle of it all.
5 ish – Arrive back at Flatspot.

Don’t limit happiness to a bag of Ketchup chips? Get on the bus and smile for real! // The always really smiling, Cullen Arbuckle. Photo Jon Huey

GET ON THE BUS!

Facebook Event Page here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1958002114463065/

Buy tickets here:

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Rayne Longboards Presents: Flatspot Highway Jam XVII

We couldn’t be more stoked to collaborate with Rayne Longboards for the first Highways Jam of 2018!!! We knew we didn’t want to wait any longer to have the next jam and we know you all want to get out and skate and have some fun. No better way to keep warm than shredding as many hills as we can in a day. ** Note the different hours, 8am kick off, as we want to get as much daylight as we can to cram it all in!  // read more

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Rayne – Whip 44″ – Deck

The Whip 44 is a good mix of the 41’s nimbleness and the 47’s supreme standing platform, for those who have a balanced style comprised of a mixture of boardwalking and snappy flip tricks. The moderate size of the 44 gives you a few extra inches of standing platform to do a few more cross-steps before reaching the end of the board. This also allows you to do more hops and bigger pirouettes without worrying about falling onto the next kicktail. The slightly larger size allows you to do all the same no-complys, shuv-its and 180s as you can on the 41, while being a little flashier. If you want to do a little bit of both, this is the one.

The Whip 44 is designed to be stood on by anyone from 130-200 pounds. If you weigh more; do not worry. The bamboo/fiberglass construction will keep your board lively for all the moves you can throw at it. You can still do your thing on the board, but upon landing tricks, the board may scrape the ground.

Missionary Construction – The deck is laminated using a custom blend of Vertically Laminated Bamboo and Triaxial Fiberglass
Triaxial Fiberglass – Reinforces the bamboo and creates a board that is extremely light, durable, that will never sag or loose life. Fiberglass construction gives the kicktails tons of pop, making freestyle moves easy because the board will react to your every command.
Vert-Lam Bamboo Core –Bamboo is stronger than steel yet lighter than traditional hardwoods.
Sublimated Artwork – Scratch-resistant ink is tattooed into the deck on both sides!
Round Edges – Edges are rounded to prevent damage to the deck and the rider.
Medium Firm Flex– Made for riders between 130lb and 220lbs.
Twin Shape – Ride it anyway you want!
Rocker – Pre-loads your legs for easier turning.
Micro Drop Platform – Very subtle platform drops from Zero Degree mounting into the rockered platform. Provides easy footing reference to know where your feet are but won’t get in the way of cross steps or any other moves.
3D WheelWells– We mill out layers of the core before pressing and then press the wheelwells  into the bottom sheet giving your board extra durability, superior water protection and long life.
Leverage Concave – Concave that has a narrow flat center and turns up at the ball of your toes in an even linear lever concave.
Universal Variable Top Mounting – Lets you pick the wheelbase that works best for you and your truck/wheel setup. Not all trucks have the same design. Multiple wheelbases allow you to customize your placement to optimize stability, turning and getting the perfect amount of pop from the tail.
Bee Orange Finish – Smells good, taste great, and seals and protects your board without harmful chemicals.

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Rayne – Whip 41″ Peacock – Deck

The Whip 41 is the smallest in the series, but it isn’t small. It’s still a whopping 41 inches, the most common size of most quiver-killers in the market. The Whip 41 is good for riders who will be doing primarily freestyle, flip tricks and quick, nimble footwork. The modest size of the 41 gives you less board to whip around, relative to the 44 and the 47, so it’s also the lightest of the series. It’s also the board with the smallest wheelbase, so it’s good for cruising applications as it is nimbler and quicker to turn than the other boards.

The Whip 41 has a firm flex. This means that although the flex is welcoming and comfortable for freestyle and dancing applications, it’s still incredibly valid for freeride and mellow downhill. This is a very good do-everything board and is comfortable for seasoned riders and beginners alike.

The Whip 41’s flex is ideal for those who range from 130-220 pounds; basically everyone!

Missionary Construction – The deck is laminated using a custom blend of Vertically Laminated Bamboo and Triaxial Fiberglass
Triaxial Fiberglass – Reinforces the bamboo and creates a board that is extremely light, durable, that will never sag or loose life. Fiberglass construction gives the kicktails tons of pop, making freestyle moves easy because the board will react to your every command.
Vert-Lam Bamboo Core –Bamboo is stronger than steel yet lighter than traditional hardwoods.
Sublimated Artwork – Scratch-resistant ink is tattooed into the deck on both sides!
Round Edges – Edges are rounded to prevent damage to the deck and the rider.
Medium Firm Flex– Made for riders between 130lb and 220lbs.
Twin Shape – Ride it anyway you want!
Rocker – Pre-loads your legs for easier turning.
Micro Drop Platform – Very subtle platform drops from Zero Degree mounting into the rockered platform. Provides easy footing reference to know where your feet are but won’t get in the way of cross steps or any other moves.
3D WheelWells– We mill out layers of the core before pressing and then press the wheelwells  into the bottom sheet giving your board extra durability, superior water protection and long life.
Leverage Concave – Concave that has a narrow flat center and turns up at the ball of your toes in an even linear lever concave.
Universal Variable Top Mounting – Lets you pick the wheelbase that works best for you and your truck/wheel setup. Not all trucks have the same design. Multiple wheelbases allow you to customize your placement to optimize stability, turning and getting the perfect amount of pop from the tail.
Bee Orange Finish – Smells good, taste great, and seals and protects your board without harmful chemicals.