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Ripstik Caster Board
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- Groundbreaking caster board that acts like a skateboard/snowboard hybrid
- Pivoting deck and 360-degree caster trucks enable snowboard-like carving
- Spiked traction pads, kick tail and nose, and concave deck design
- 76mm polyurethane wheels and precision ABEC-5 bearing casters
- Designed for children 8 years and up; supports up to 220 pounds
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The Ripstik's unique twisting motion moves you forward with out ever pushing off the ground.
- Inclined caster trucks
- Concave deck platforms
- Traction plates
- Kick nose
- Kick tail
- Rubber-padded handle
- Torsion bar
- 76-millimeter polyurethane wheels
- High-performance ABEC-5 bearings
- For ages 8 years and older
- 220-pound rider weight capacity
From the Manufacturer
From day one, Razor has focused on providing the very best riding experience, combining cutting-edge technology, high-quality materials and innovation to deliver products designed to suit riders’ evolving lifestyles.
Founded in 2000, Razor quickly became an icon of American culture with the introduction of the now legendary A model kick scooter. The must-have item of the year, the A model continues to be an essential ride for anyone on the go.
Today, Razor offers a full line of award-winning products that inspire and excite riders around the globe. Influenced by our Southern California home, and rooted in popular action sports – from motocross and BMX, to snowboarding, skateboarding and surfing – Razor’s products embody the spirit of freedom and fun.
Twist and Go!
360 degree inclined casters and a pivoting deck provide a unique carving motion, for the thrill of surfing and snowboarding on dry land. Its unique twisting motion moves you forward without pushing off.
- High tech polymer with removable deck plate
- Inclined 360 degree caster trucks and pivoting deck
- 76mm high grade urethane wheels
- High-performance ABEC-5 bearings
- Slip-resistant concave deck platforms
- Rubber padded steel torsion bar
- Kick nose and tail
- Product Dimensions: 34" x 9" x 4.5"
- Product Weight: 8 lbs
- No assembly required
RipStik is now a classic!
Twist and go. .. There’s nothing quite like the feeling of riding a RipStik caster board. It’s like carving through waves or snow – But on dry land. A pivoting deck and innovative 360 degree casters are the secret behind the craze. Rip it!
Slip-Resistant Concave Deck
Concave deck for increased foot control.
360 Degree Inclined Casters
Inclined 360 degree caster trucks and pivoting deck provides a snowboard-like carving ability.
Rubber Padded Steel Torsion Bar
Unique design allows acceleration and turning without pushing.
76-millimeters Urethane Wheels
76-millimeters high grade urethane wheels with ABEC-5 bearings for a smooth ride.
There's a RipStik for everyone
Available in all four fun cools, there is truly a RipStik for all.
Top Customer Reviews
I finally broke down and bought one after seeing some cool videos on the internet. After putting on my helmet, and my knee and elbow pads and my wrist guards, I took it out into the parking lot today.
The first ride is very scary, like riding a buttered block of ice, and lasts only about 1 second. After about five rides I'm up to five seconds and smiling my butt off.
For the next half hour I can't stop smiling, even when I fall off (once). After this time, I'm able to make left turns, and I can even go uphill by doing a sort of manic twist to gain momentum. My longest ride is about 30 seconds.
If you consider yourself coordinated, well-balanced, and reasonably athletic, I recommend this product to you, regardless of your age. It works perfectly, and presents a new athletic challenge that is well worth mastering. The independent steering of the front and back wheels adds a whole new dimension to the fun. The challenge of staying on the board will get you sweating without even realizing you are exercising.
The Ripstik Caster Board is a revolutionary product, just as significant, I think, as the in-line skate. Buy one before you get too old for it.
Now onto durability--3 weeks later, I was carving down a hill just like I'd snowboard. Wicked fun, right? ...Not so much. After only 3 trips down the hill, the back wheel wore ALL THE WAY DOWN TO THE PLASTIC. It's completely smoked. 3 weeks, man!
The good news is, you don't have to buy the replacement "ripstik" wheels. They're identical to rollerblade wheels. If you have an old junk pair of rollerblades somewhere, you have 8 spare back wheels. With just an allen wrench, I was able to swap in the ripstik bearing (the inner diameter a little bigger than my rollerblade bearings) into the rollerblade wheel, and I was good to go! The front wheel doesn't wear out (with my style anyway), so I'm good for another 3*8=24 weeks. I'll get back on craigslist to get a new set of junk rollerblades when I need more!
he has a sort of steep driveway, but not really, so i just stepped on and let the speed keep me balanced. so i guess i am different because he thought i had definatley ridden on one before. i hadnt. then i started ging around his driveway when he told me how to move, so it was a lot of fun. i picked it up you could say in 5 minutes, and then i went out and bought one and mastered it in the first 2 days. now i just do tricks as it gets boring just riding around. i can go up massive hills, but not back down them. i tried that once, picked up a ton more spped than i thought, i jumped off and somersaulted into the pavement and into a telephone pole. there is absolutely no way to stop, you have to carve to slow down!
for me it is a great way to get around, and since not a lot of people have them everyone thinks its really cool when i show them. not really for kids, but my brother is 10 and he learned on mine in about a week. he then went on to buy his own and has mastered it as well. i havnt had any wheel problems like people say they do, and mine are perfectly in tact after having it for 3 months of HEAVY HEAVY riding. mine is all squeaky and stuff, and is very loud down hills, but thats because i trash mine from messing up tricks. its not too bad, but is definatly different than my brother's whose is really silent. he doesnt like to do tricks or anything so i guess that explains why.
very heavy duty, worth the money absolutely.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Got this for my daughter and she loves it. It took her 30 minutes to figure out how to ride it. Now I can't get her off of it.Published 4 days ago by Yvette Deming
Kids LOVE this thing (3 kids under 13). They prefer it over there scooter which got alot of their former transportation time. Read morePublished 7 days ago by kraut
Grandson really did like the new wheels on his RipStik and was happy to get themPublished 17 days ago by Doug53
Awesome! This is our second Ripstik. We own a smaller one that the little'r kids use. This one seemed rather large but both the older and younger kids can use it. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Sean
I may be well past my mid-thirties, but yes, I'm learning to RipStik. I've done a lot of skateboarding (well, mostly longboarding) and was intrigued watching kids fly around on... Read morePublished 1 month ago by D. Bennion