Rayne Skyline Review

Rayne’s Skyline deck has turned out to be an absolute banger this year. It may seem like a while since Rayne last released a new deck but it was more than worth it!

We all love the multi-discipline mantra – one board that excels in multiple disciplines. It’s an especially appreciated feature for those of us with budget and/or space constraints. One deck for a ride to a friends house, to the local convenience store, to the top of the hill and then the same for a run to the bottom.

In practice, it usually leaves a bit to be desired in one area or another. To be fair, it’s a lofty goal. Things that make a board excel in one discipline usually don’t help in another.

Turns out there is a gray area – a “just right” middle ground where a boards features compliment each other in a variety of disciplines. The Skyline falls squarely in this area.

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How to Glove Down Bluntslide in 4 Steps

As a longboarder, when you hear the word, “bluntslide” you automatically think it’s a trick that can only be performed on hard wheels with short double kicktail boards. I’m here to tell you that’s a myth!

How to Glove Down Bluntslide
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Moonshine Rum Runner Review

The Rum Runner has been a staple in the Moonshine lineup for quite a while. The wheelbase options, waterproofing, urethane rails and lightweight construction add to a functional shape to produce a product that is tough to match.

The Rum Runner name is reminiscent of prohibition era booze smugglers. They needed to get their cargo to it’s destination, fast. Moonshine’s Rum Runner only has one difference – the cargo is you.

Freeride or downhill, this board is well suited to the task. Even a little slashing if you move the trucks in far enough.

It’s available in both composite and standard constructions. In this review, we’ll be going over the standard construction – The standard! Read on to hear our thoughts and find a coupon to purchase your own at the end of the article!

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Rainskates Mini Tsunami Review

Making it Rain Thane!


The Mini Tsunamis are smallest of Rainskates’ 85a wheel series. They are a TON of fun in a smaller package. Our Rainskates Mini Tsunami review covers what these wheels from a high-quality manufacturer are best at.

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Tech Sliding Guide

We tech slide, do you!? Tech sliding has long been one of the best ways to practice and hone skills that are invaluable on fast runs. It’s also extremely fun and can multiply your pleasure on even the slightest of an incline.

In the interest of sharing our stoke for this discipline with our readers, we’re releasing the beginning in a new line of tech sliding oriented content. Read our guide if you’re just getting started. If you notice something is missing, please feel free to contribute!

Look for more tech-sliding content and reviews coming soon!