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Premier Green Pea Snowskate

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Specs

Material: Glass filled nylon injection
Length: 33in
Deck Width: 9in
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Premier Green Pea Snowskate

The Premier Green Pea Snowskate is a great board for those that won''t give up on their love of skateboarding during the winter months. The multi-grooved base helps the board glide through the snow steadily, and the foam topdeck makes keeping control a breeze. Without the need to strap in to the board, you can really feel the freedom of boarding without all the hassle. The reinforced center line helps the Green Pea grind like no other on the rails as well.

Key Features of the Premier Green Pea Snowskate:
  • Perfect for quick park sessions, rail jams and kickers
  • Grooved Ptex base keeps you in line
  • Snowboard style sidecut for turningno metal edges
  • Grippy foam topsheet; no bindings needed
  • 33 in. long and 9 in. wide
  • Slim and lightweight, easy to take with you
  • Glass-filled nylon deck

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Son wants a snowskate for Christmas. Great color and good price!
Lyn S on Dec 6, 2013
Christmas Gift
Susan B on Dec 5, 2013
its cool
Jeremie C on Dec 6, 2013
My son loved this on your website! great Christmas gift!
Nicole B on Dec 3, 2013
would it mess up the bottom if u went on ice?
also would it get messed up if u went on concrete?
A shopper on Dec 6, 2013
Best Answer: I bought this for my son last year. He didn't get to use it but a few times. We found that it actually worked better in hard packed or icy snow. I recommend waxing it... it would not go at all in soft or heavy snow that had not been packed. I definitely would not use it on concrete- would shred the bottom. I would also recommend grip tape for the top. Hope this helps.
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