Reference: Sizing-Up Some Small Skateboard Decks, Second Edition

ELOS: 17.0″ x 10.0″

Eggboard: 19.0″ x 9.0″

Kolong: 19.6″ x 8.6″

121c Rover: 21.95″ x 6.47″

Anonymous Pacto: 22.75″ x 7.5″

Quinboards Micro-Me: 24″ x 8.6″

And then there’s the BoardUp foldable: 33.0″ x 8.25″

With the Quinboards Micro-Me being 24″ long, I’d like to know how they pulled off this trick:

As the BoardUp image shows, most backpacks are 18″ or less! I measured my own, and it’s 18 inches. When Sony introduced a “pocket” transistor radio in Japan, it actually didn’t fit a standard shirt pocket. So Sony sales reps going out to retailers wore shirts with custom-sized pockets! I think Quinboards did something similar here. Harrumph.

Previously here:

Reference: Sizing-Up Some Small Skateboard Decks
Unlimited/Mellow Drives: Sizing Things Up Sometimes Sucks
eSkateboards category

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2 Responses to Reference: Sizing-Up Some Small Skateboard Decks, Second Edition

  1. Gio says:

    Are there any others available in America today? Anonymous board isn’t selling them at this moment, and quinboard is out of stock. Elos and egg are not practical, kolong isn’t shipping to US. And 121c is not wide enough, thanks

    • mikecane says:

      Not that I know of. I haven’t kept up. 121c, by the way, might do a custom-cut of a deck that’s wider. I once asked them about it. Probably be expensive.

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