A Zenit AB deck arrived in the house and it is lovely, stunning use of cherry, maple and cabon-fibre. Temporarily put on some existing Paris V2 180cm trucks and 70cm Hawg’s Mini Monster wheels. Hoping for good weather over the weekend to try it out.
Had another moment of weakness (primarily due to a friend going back home to Montreal for a family event and then coming back to London) and ordered a deck I have been admiring for some time, the stunning AB made by Candian company Zenit.
A few weeks to wait before he gets back, but it should be worth the wait. Time to consider the grip-tape pattern, although I like my initial idea of reflecting the carbon-fibre bottom on the top.
Some black 50° 180cm trucks lined up with big 80cm Orangatang Kegal wheels.
Some lovely boards from Kebbek, the Canadian maker.
I am always on the lookout for interesting and stunning boards, given my preference for the simpler minimum graphics natural wood look (hey I have got older!). Spotted Canadian Zenit Boards, of Montreal, and their lovely natural decks, including a stunning cherry and carbon-fibre cruiser, the AB.
UPDATE: I liked the AB so much I bought one… 🙂 deck on order.