RipStik DLX Caster Board


(as of 08/26/2018 at 07:29 UTC)

SKU: B000YJPD4A Category:

Product Description
New Pro-Style features modified off the classic ripstik design. Get your grind on with a spinning aluminum torsion bar. Kick flip higher with new lighter weight design. Carve downhill faster with ABEC-5 bearings. Land smoother with new riser pads.
Best described as a cross between a skateboard and a snowboard, the Ripstik caster board is distinguished by its pivoting deck and 360-degree inclined caster trucks, which offers a snowboard-like carving ability. The RipStik DLX features an aluminum torsion bar for wicked grinds and carbon fiber deck graphics. Like the original Ripstik, the DLX moves you forward with a simple weight transfer that lets you turn or accelerate without pushing--just like when you're carving down the slopes.

The aluminum torsion bar in the center is ready for extreme grinding.
The board offers such features as spiked traction pads, a kick tail and nose, and a concave deck design, which combine to improve your foot control--a must for tricks. And thanks to the 76mm polyurethane wheels and precision ABEC-5 bearing casters, skaters will enjoy a smooth ride on almost any type of pavement. Designed for kids 8 years and up, the Ripstik's plastic end platforms and metal torsion beam support up to 220 pounds.

Key Features:

  • Inclined caster trucks
  • Concave deck platform with carbon fiber graphics
  • Riser pads
  • Aluminum torsion bar
  • 76-millimeter polyurethane wheels
  • High-performance ABEC-5 bearings
  • For ages 8 years and older
  • 220-pound rider weight capacity


  • Groundbreaking caster board that acts like a skateboard/snowboard hybrid
  • Aluminum center tube for extreme grinding
  • Pivoting deck and 360-degree caster trucks enable snowboard-like carving
  • Carbon fiber deck graphics, kick tail and nose, and concave deck design
  • Designed for riders age 8 years and up; supports up to 220 pounds


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