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Premier Anchor Snowskate

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Material: 8 ply laminated wood constructio
Length: 38in
Deck Width: 9in
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Premier Anchor Snowskate

The Premier Anchor Snowskate takes snowskates to a new level with a board that delivers in ways that could make any type of rider truly jealous. For starters, the five channel Jib Tech base is made with nothing but the best performance in mind. The center channel is great for rail performance, but the overall speed is downright impressive. To handle that speed the deck is built with 7 ply wood, and features solid sidewall reinforcement and a P-tex base. Altogether, the Anchor is an item that shows just how amazing snowskates can be, as one of the best options on the market today.

Key Features of the Premier Anchor Snowskate:
  • 38" length 8 3/4" waist 9" tip and tail
  • 8 ply laminated wood construction with new side wall reinforcement sublimated P-tex base
  • Printed EVA foam top sheets and Five channel Jib
  • Tech center channel for solid rail performance
  • EVA grip top sheet


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Premier Anchor Snowskate
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Jillian V: boyfriend birthday present Jan 12, 2014
A shopper asked: Do you need special boots to ride a snowskate? Nov 20, 2013
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Matt GStaff: You can ride the Premier Anchor Snowskate with basically anything you want. Some people use snowboard boots, whereas some wear casual boot or even skate shoes. The biggest things to consider are the amount of warmth, stability, and the amount of board control you'll have. With snowboard boots you'll be ultra warm, have ankle stability, but less board control. Casual boots offer a good amount of warm, stability, and control. Skate shoes (mids/hightops work best to keep snow out) offer very little warmth, some stability, and a great amount of control.

Check out what I think would work best in each category:

Snowboard Boots - 32 Maven »

Casual Boots - DVS Westbridge Boots »

Skate Shoes - Vans Half Cab »
Nov 21, 2013
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Gayle S: No. But waterproof shoes usually help out. It all depends if you want your feet chilled or not Dec 8, 2013
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James G: No, Its similar to riding a skateboard on snow. Recommend grip tape for top. Dec 7, 2013
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