This board is very good for beginners that are about around 3 to 7 months of skating. This board is very good to start learning tricks like the kickflip on, because the pop is very nice and it has a nice feel to flip tricks. After about 2 months of skating about a total of maybe 17 hours every 2 weeks, this board got very worn down. It does crack easily, and my tail got very square after a below even amount of skating. But, the boards non-durability is because of its lighter wood, which does make the board a whole lot easier to handle. So if you skate a decent amount, and aren't that good but want to start handling your first flip tricks, get this board.
Pros: lightweight, stylish, great pop, great feel
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Review 2 for Element Dispersion Deck
Good Starter Deck
PostedNovember 29, 2009
I purchased this product for:myself
I purchased this product:1-3 months ago
The athletic skill level of the person using this product is:intermediate
Its is a pretty good starter deck. if you want to learn to skate you should get this deck above all others. It is pretty cheap and a good investment.