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It’s true, ladies and gents, the size of your board does not exactly determine your pleasure while riding. That’s why this scaled down version of the Marble 35 might turn out to be more enjoyable.
This directional single kick freeride machine has a stealthier build to fit to more styles of riding. Progressive micro-drops and wheel flares keep your feet locked in place for those fast freeride maneuvers yet allow for more freedom of movement during those times of fancy freestyle. The kicktails have been toned down slightly as well, bringing them lower off the ground for increased ease while popping. Plus, an extra inch of wheelbase options means you can dial in your perfect stance, make that tail last longer and have an ever slashier setup for those narrowly inclined alleys and back streets.
Cruise : 7 / 10
Freestyle : 7.5 / 10
Freeride : 9 / 10
Downhill : 8 / 10
Weight : 4.5 lbs
Stiffness : 8 / 10
We recommend adding a ply if you weigh more than 250 lbs
Two high strength, pre tensioned, pre cured triaxial fibreglass layers fortify the board and make it immune to warping. They sandwich five plies of bio sourced Greenpoxy laminated Hard Rock Canadian Maple to make this board a beast. A classic Maple board construction maximizes trick potential.
The pre-tensioned, pre-cured triaxial fibreglass is an even stronger alternative to traditional triaxial fibreglass. Not only can it withstand even more wear and tear, but its physical properties also boost the board with pop as if your special meter were full. And with more progressive micro-drops, you’ll be sending those ollies straight up, guaranteed.
Simplicity enthralls; complexity gets lost in the cacophony.
I bought this as a second, smaller board to a Loaded Tesseract that I use as a long distance pumping board (30-40 km on even ground at a pace of 12-15km per hour). I am a big believer in pumping on top mount boards, and i always gravitate towards downhill, freestyle boards like this mIni Marble. So hence, if you are getting this board for teh above purposes, my review may not be relevant. In my case, I needed a shorter, snappier deck for shorter maintenance runs ( 10-15km within an hour). I use the wheel [****] as a control mechanism to pump harder when i need to go faster and I prefer concave decks that keep me rooted to the board. The smaller board, fitted with smaller wheels than my main board, is also meant to give me a more intense cardio workout without sacrificing speed ( as pumping on a surf skate does). On all accounts, the Mini Marble SK V2 has been a joy. I have put probably 70 km so far in 4 maintenance runs so far in the 2 weeks i have had this board. I have fitted it with Blood Oranges (70mm) with Paris 50, 180 V3. it has performed admirably. I will be trying it on the slopes soon, but the build of the deck tells me that it will be just as engaging.
Does what its supposed to do im 6,2 200lbs and this tiny board feels great
Mini Marble SK V2
Nice shape very subtle micro drops that lock you in. perfect for a nice tight stance