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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Photo of Skoa M.Spec front and rear trucks

Skoa M.Spec Trucks Review

Skoa started in Germany around 2011 with the idea of bringing a 1940’s biplane design and functional aerodynamics to a skateboard truck.

Skoa

The owners’ decades of skateboarding experience plus mechanical engineering, CNC machining and design gave birth to a series of trucks like never seen before.

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Photo of Slide Perfect Supremacy

Slide Perfect Supremacy Review

Slide Perfect is based out of the UK and have been designing wheels that slide across the best and worst pavements perfectly. They recently made these available at 9€/set – I couldn’t resist! Now I’ve spent a couple months on the 83a Supremacy and have come to appreciate these wheels from beginning to the end.

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Ivey Longboard’s Convergence Review

Ivey longboards is a one man team led by Sam Ivey. With a heavy background in both freeride and downhill, he has been working on creating a lineup of boards to fit everyone’s taste. I’ve spent the last couple weeks on his personal board to see what made his boards so different.

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