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DK DropKick Video SnapShots

We’ve been working on a new product video for our latest board the DK DropKick!

Before we drop this new video, here’s a sneak peek at some snapshots from the video featuring various functions of the board, particularly the many ways you can use the kicks…

Filmed by Oregonian Kevin Carlton – AKA @Skatography

Using the kicktail to float over a speed bump on the Eastside of Portland.
Using the kicktail to float over a speed bump on the Eastside of Portland.

 

Manual on an Autobody shop driveway.
Manual on an Autobody shop driveway.

 

Take 2.
Take 2.

 

Fast standup slide down the Eastside of Mt.Tabor.
Fast standup slide down the Eastside of Mt.Tabor.

 

Floating over a big crack by lifting up the front wheels.
Floating over a big crack by lifting up the front wheels.

 

Riding up onto a curb and grinding frontside.
Riding up onto a curb and grinding frontside.

 

No comply over a parking block.
No comply over a parking block.

 

Backside slappy grind on a parking block.
Backside slappy grind on a parking block.

 

Frontside slide onto a banked driveway.
Frontside slide onto a banked driveway.

 

Transition the back foot onto the tail and ollie off the driveway curb back into the street.
Transition the back foot onto the tail and ollie off the driveway curb back into the street.

 

Ollie off a ride up curb.
Ollie off a ride up curb.

 

Riding off curbs with the kictail makes it more fun to drop down (and doesn't scrap the bottom of your board).
Riding off curbs with the kictail makes it more fun to drop down (and doesn’t scrap the bottom of your board).

 

Standup slide using the backfoot on the tail, just another way to slide this board!
Frontside standup slide using the backfoot on the tail, just another way to slide this board!

 

Backslide slide using the back foot on the tail.
Backslide slide using the back foot on the tail.

 

Close up of the wheel cutouts that are designed to fit up to 80mm wheels like the Orangatang Kegel.
Close up of the wheel cutouts that are designed to fit up to 80mm wheels like the Orangatang Kegel shown here.

 

 

 

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