Deathwish Deathspray 8.25 Skateboard Deck
Features of A Typical Deathwish Skateboard
The features of the Deathwish skateboard are in no way different from that of other skateboards. However, the high-quality materials used in its build process, coupled with its artistic finishes, are what set it apart.
Asides from that, this exquisite brand features a team stacked with talented skaters and a line of artistic graphics designed logos and images. Their deck designs consist of a wide range of beautifully lighted neon colors, with cheetah prints replacing the old prints and monster pictures.
Another feature of this fantastic deck is that it allows users to choose between varieties of wheels to mix with their favorite deck designs. In case you are in doubt about how efficient this skateboard could be, get yourself one today.
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Benefits of Using the Deathwish Skateboard
- Shredding: Most skateboards get damaged once they are shredded, but for the deathwish skateboards, such is not the case. Despite shredding, it will continue to satisfy your skating urge up to any level. You can get tired; your skateboard will not.
- Numerous skills: Most skateboards get damaged once they are shredded, but for the deathwish skateboards, such is not the case. Despite shredding, it will continue to satisfy your skating urge up to any level. You can get tired; your skateboard will not.
- No pressure cracks: Pressure crack is a defect common to skateboards, or maybe fake skateboards. It happens when you land suddenly on your board after performing a stunt or flip. They are very tiny and barely noticeable. But with the deathwish skateboard, you have nothing to worry about as it doesn’t crack regardless of the weight landing on it. By the way, it supports heavyweights.
- No Skating limit: Some boards limit skaters to particular skate grounds due to their inefficiency; however, that is not the case with the deathwish skateboard. From manual drop pads to rails and ledges, this skateboard has got you covered as long as you maintain it properly.
Despite its benefits, the deathwish skateboard isn’t spared of perfection as it also comes with its downsides. Some will be discussed below.
- Nose slides: Most users complain that the skateboard has nollie nose slides and crooked grinds, which is a bit bad for a board of deathwish status. The implication of this is that it makes skating a bit hard on the ledge and could even lead to skaters getting injured.
- Compatibility: This skateboard only works efficiently with trucks and other accessories that are the same size. If your truck or thrust is longer than the board, you will have problems skating with it.
For instance: Blunt kicks, when used with boards with deathwish’s decks, are friendly and fun, but this would never happen because deathwish skateboard only works well with customized accessories. The implication of this is that you have to buy all other accessories separately, which could attract extra costs.