Shred/ Street / Transition / Freeride / Cruise
A board that can handle whatever your inspiration makes you want to ride. From the street to the park and from hills to quarterpipes, you'll be in full control.
Symmetrical with a radial concave, the untraditional four ply Canadian Maple core redefines pop and reactiveness. The lightweight, resistant construction means you'll be taking flight with your tricks, session after session after session.
A bio sourced epoxy laminates four plies of Canadian Maple into a strong core that’s protected by a sheet of super resistant fibreglass on either side. Pop technology that rivals the best.
A comfortable radial concave will keep your feet locked in for whatever surface you choose to surf: hills, banks, quarterpipes, sidewalks, brick, marble, you name it. You can even rely on the Morning Wood's directional kicktails to help you move the board up down and around any obsacle that gets in your concrete wave.
Simplicity enthralls: complexity gets lost in the cacophony
the board is absolutely amazing. I had it changed to marble white. i was looking for a board for cruising in the city with which even small curbs can be skipped. Not too long, not too short. caliber II 158mm are installed under the deck. I first installed it in the middle position of the nose and tail. I'm still experimenting with the wheelbase. with the blood orange liam morgan in 83a on 65mm even my hip-sick grandma could slide. I swapped the bushings because they were a bit too stiff for me. I don't think it was Zenit's last board. Good job guys. regards from Berlin, Germany.
Great quality, so much fun
The Morning Wood is an extremely versatile, fun board that can open up the diverse world of skateboarding for riders of all experience levels. For my money, there's no better short DK on the market today. It's great for cruising, tech sliding, street, freestyle, using in a bowl, even light freeriding. It's lightweight, easy to get sideways, durable, and above all, loads of fun!
This deck is amazing. You can throw RKPs on it for fun cruising and freeriding or use street trucks for tech sliding and freestyle. Depending on how I want to use it, I use G-Slides, Snakes, Morgans, Rainskates, or Fineen Fangs. The concave is strong without being too aggressive, comfy while still keeping me locked in. The wheelbase options are great, allowing me to use a wider setup that gives me a strong stance when I want to hold out longer slides or shorter options when I'm trying to focus on spins and faster slides.
The MW has just about perfected the marriage between traditional skateboarding and longboarding. It truly thrives as a cruiser, street deck, tech slide option, AND for use in a bowl. It's rare that a board is this capable while also being so light and sturdy. I can't speak highly enough of it, honestly. I never thought I've love tech sliding or slow-speed freeriding like this. It opened up a whole new world of skating for me.