Part of the beauty of skateboarding is that everyone who picks up a board brings their own personality and style to the game; Marisa Nunez isn’t lacking in either department. In this latest edit on the recently reincarnated Forge, Marisa slides, cruises, and dances the Forge around Vancouver (yes, sometimes the sun does shine here) with grace and poise.
We’re really stoked to have the Forge back in the lineup, the original Rayne board from Biggie Boss Buksa has a little something for everyone. A light board with just the right amount of flex, the Forge oozes fun times and good vibes.
Rider: Marisa Nunez
Setup: Rayne Forge, Paris Amanda Powell Trucks (dancing)/Aera trucks (sliding), Abec 11 Amber Ernies
Film and Edit: Brock Newman – Newman Productions
Wheel Base- 27.5”
Sharp Edges – Final touch for locked in feet
Vert-Lam Bamboo Core – Stronger than steel, light like a feather
Pre-tensioned fibreglass – Adds long life, durability, strength and energy return.
Sublimated Artwork – Scratch-resistant ink is tattooed into the deck.
Directional Shape – Gives extra edge feel for carving and cruising
Leverage Concave – Grips from the ball of the foot to the centre of your heel for outstanding turn control.
Offset Camber – Helps initiate powerful turns and smooth exits.
Firm Flex – Drifting and thrashing with minimal effort.
Bee Orange Finish – Enhances and tones the natural wood grain while protecting with an excellent wax barrier that repels water. The citrus-based polish is completely free of harmful chemicals and is an environmentally sustainable product.
And now, to add to the stoke, we are making a limited run of the Heartless Mini. Cut from the Forge template to a 28” x 7.75” platform, these minis feature a mellow, but functional, kick tail, a couple wheel base options, and the same bomber construction that Rayne is known for. Check it out online today, at $120 these limited run completes won’t last.
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