Monday, February 1, 2010

G&S Street Chomp

At a time when board shapes were transitioning from short nosed tanks to symmetrical kicked popsicle sticks, G&S came out with two boards that were IMO ahead of the curve; the Street Chomp and Mark Heintzman's first pro model. I had the former (the shops in my town only got one of each) and it was definitely weird compared to all the boards I had prior to then... steep nose and tail and hellacious concave I'd never experienced.

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