Clearly, Reynald Drouhin has taken those rounded edges from your regular deck and sharpened them into something wholly unique. The danger of missed kick flips and ollies aside, skaters have always looked to add that personal touch to their own decks, whether through the coloured wheels or the design that eventually gets cut to shreds by your grinds.
But don’t get too excited yet, this is just a prototype model. And we’ll see how much actual functionality you can get out of a board like this when on one end the bottom half of your foot is hanging off, and on the other your toes are hovering above the sidewalk. But who doesn’t like a challenge?