The Reaper is based on the skate inspired Eiki Promodel with its crazy Wallie Tips that will open up a whole new world of creative tricks. Get crazy with it! It was designed by Schoph Schophield and released as a special artist addition.
One board for everything real park rats and street kids love! The Reaper is flexible enough for smooth jibs but still strong enough for stomping the big ones. And just think of all the new trick options with the Wallie Tips.
In the park there's only one true shape and that's the true twin. The Reaper of course comes with a Jib 3BT shape with a symmetrical tip and tail. Balance and stability no matter which direction you take off or land. Don't forget the Wallie Tips for creative jibbing.
This Jib 3BT consists of a very wide centerbase and just a low sidebase uplift. This helps you keep control on presses and at high speed. The low camber is perfectly dosed for flexible rail riding and poppy enough for hitting kickers. Did we mention the short and high uplifted Wallie Tips yet?
The smooth flex is also straight park riding. Easy jibbing and jumping with a soft but steady board.
A poplar wood core is streaked along the inserts with bamboo and sandwiched with bi-axial fiberglass. This means great press and pop properties plus a quick manoeuverability. The horizontal carbon slabs beneath the bindings reinforce your pop and allow smooth presses. The sintered Ultra Glide S base is hard and fast, but wax it good!
Subject to alterations according to the manufacturer. Image is non-binding.
If you are a freestyle junkie, Lobster is the thing for you! The company was founded by legendary snowboarding brothers Eiki and Halldor Helgason who wanted to make boards suited perfectly to their own wants and needs. Dedication, crazy top sheets, 3BT technology, and high quality materials have helped put the brothers on the map. If we have any say in the matter, that's hopefully where they will stay.