It’s like surfing a 78 foot wave on pavement. Or heli-boarding in Alaska, all summer long.Read More
The board ships with all of the above including a full spare tire, 2 extra belts and extra pulleys for extra high end-of-range torque / high speed madness.
NOTE; a picture of the deck with our new laser cut custom coarse grip tape will be added to the website soon. In the meantime, a 3D render is included in the pics above. Don’t ask us why we don’t have that picture yet. Just don’t. Please.
The underwater Nazare Canyon is the largest one of its kind in Europe. With a maximum depth of 5,000 metres (16,000 ft) and about 230 kilometres (140 mi) long, it’s the bottleneck that creates the heaviest, tallest waves on earth.
Those waves were our inspiration to create the most outrageous production e-board ever conceived. The new deck went through 13 iterations before the concave and flex was just right. We tested over 9 different motors before we settled on the 6389. Every detail was reviewed. From all the single little screws (which are now all titanium) to the connector of the charger.
The Nazare’s center piece is Lacroix’ Hypertrucks™ developed in conjunction with RipTide Sports™ (market leader in urethane bushing technology). Combined with the bushings, they make the board feel on rails at high speed yet super carvy at low speed. And on a medium-loose setting, i.e. one on which you would not do a speed run usually, they Self Correct Speed Wobbles™, i.e. that “oh sh*t” moment is tamed, if it shows up at all.
It’s like surfing a 78 foot wave on pavement. Or heli-boarding in Alaska, all summer long.
As a small high-end boutique operation, we build all our boards by hand, here in Montreal. We go through mutltiple rounds of quality control at each step of the build process to make sure your board arrives with no issues. So far, we’ve been pretty good at it.
However, in the unfortunate situation where there is an issue with your board, we got you. What we do is we ship you replacement parts and walk you through to connecting them via a Skype call. Unless there is a soldering problem, we do not ship the board back and forth – via a Skype call, it’s quite easy. Like Lego for grownups. But we’ll never ask you to solder anything. Safety first.
As for the warranty, we offer a 90 days warranty on manufacturing errors. After that a 60 days free labor repair service (shipping not included). But we want you to ride, so after this period is over, we’ll be happy to attempt to resolve with you any issue you may encounter in order to get you back on your board as fast as possible. Reliability is very important to us. We chose trusted and tested parts for the whole internals of the board for this precise reason. All issues are usually pretty simple and quick to resolve.
Ask around, we pride ourselves in offering the best customer service we can. As for returns, we just don’t do them. We would rather have less sales from people that absolutely want our products than more sales from tire kickers who return boards after a week of riding them. As Al Pacino once said, you can’t test drive a Ferrari, it ruins it.