Woody

4.73 out of 5 based on 44 customer ratings
(72 customer reviews)

$95.00

The Woody is an affordable Skimboard for beginners who want to try the sport.

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Description

Hand built in the U.S.A for the past thirty eight years, the woody has stood the test of time. The ultimate board for learning the basics, the Woody will slide long distances along the shoreline while letting you bash small waves. The Russian birch core will take anything you throw at it, and the hand laid art guarantees each board to be one of a kind.

Size Chart
Size Suggested Weight Dimensions
XS 30 – 70 lbs 35.2" x 17.8"
S 70 – 100 lbs 36.5" x 18.5"
M 100 – 130 lbs 38.1" x 19.3"
ML 130 – 145 lbs 39.7" x 20.1"
L 145 – 175 lbs 41.6" x 21.3"
XL 175 – 210 lbs 43.8" x 22.2"
Technical Specifications
Specs
Core Material: Hardwood
Core Thickness: 3/8"
Resin: Polyester
Rails: Soft/Boxy
Shape: Squash Tail
Rocker: Low for longer slide
Finish: Hand painted art finish with gloss

 

Additional information

Weight 6 lbs
Dimensions 44 x 20 x 0.75 in

72 reviews for Woody

  1. Hi My name is Anissa and I am getting a Woody board I am 12 and 85p I don’t know what size to get and also do you have to get wax to put on the board

    • Matthieu

      Hi Anissa,
      A small will be perfect for you! And yes it is recommended to put Wax on the top of the board.
      Let us know if you have other questions 🙂

  2. 5 out of 5

    Hey I am 14yrs old and 115lbs 5’8″ I have tryed skimming on a crappy 25 dollar board from amazon andIi couldent skim very far because it was poor quality, was getting waterlogged new scratches everytime you slide on the beach, I live in colorado so not many waves to hit but I wanna do flatland tricks and when the water gets choppy maybe boost myself off waves. I figured with my weight I would probably get a medium. But I was thinking since I dont make to much $$$ that the mini grommet might work just for doing stuff like this, im used to small boards penny boards and small wakesurf and wakeboards. dident know if I could get any distance with it since its rated for 40-50lbs though… Thoughts I dont mind spending 100 but then I need pads or wax, an opinion on that would be apreciated aswell

    Thanks

    • Matthieu

      Hello, the mini Grommet will be too small for you, they are for younger riders of about 40-50 pounds. So the Woody would be the one for you. You don’t really need traction for the Woody, most of the people use just wax on top, that’s it… Let us know if you have other questions 🙂

  3. Hi! I live about 20 minutes from laguna beach in Irvine and placed an order for a Large Woody Skimboard on Thursday night. I’ve been waiting anxiously for my board to arrive, but as of now the order is still being processed. I was looking forward to going to the beach tomorrow and was wondering if there’s any way I could get my board relatively soon.
    Thank you!

    • Matthieu

      Hello, It s shipping today, you should see it tomorrow, unless you want to come pick it up in Laguna Beach today, your call, let us know. Call us at 949-494-0059. Thank you

  4. What size is a wood victoria skimboard with dimensions 39X19?
    What is the recommended weight/height for this size?

    • Matthieu

      That would be a ML
      130-145 lbs and about 5’4 to 5’8
      Let us know if you have any other questions 🙂

  5. 5 out of 5

    Hi, I havent got on a skimboard yet but i would like to get one and try it out. It looks cool. Im 5″11 145 pounds. I would use it for flatland since i don’t have any waves close to where I live. What would be a good board for me.

    P.S. Im not looking to spend a lot of money

    • Matthieu

      Woody Large should be perfect! 🙂

  6. My son is 6 62lbs and 48″. We live in leucadia and he hasnt been a big water enthusiast. We think is extreme interest in Skim boards will push him to overcome the fear of the ocean. This is all he talks about. Would this be the correct board to learn on. Probably 90% flatwater then maybe later to the waves. Just want to build his confidence up.

    • Matthieu

      Hi Chris, yes absolutely, the Woody should be just perfect for your son 🙂
      Hopes he likes it, send us some pictures later 🙂

      Matthieu

  7. Sorry to post a question and not a review. I’m 6 foot 205lbs (on my way back down to 185-190lbs … I hope), have been skating most my life and looking to get into skimming, in Pensacola. I’m looking at the woody xl. Good choice? Will it support my weight while attempting to ride out to the breaks? Am I likely to outgrow a woody fast and should just look into getting a foamy? Thoughts regarding wax vs. pads with my weight already pushing the published max? Thanks in advance.

    • Matthieu

      Hi Tom,
      For a beginner board the Woody XL will be perfect for you. Indeed once you want to constantly ride waves back to the shore, the Foam core board will be necessary. Once you are ready for the transition I would recommend the Bigfoot 🙂
      Traction is ALWAYS nice to have on a board. You can ride with Wax only though no problem, but traction adds lots of comfort and control to the board, especially on a Foam core board. Go with just wax only if you get the Woody.
      Thank you

  8. Hi. My son is a beginner and based on reviews, it looks like a woody would be great for him to skim along the shoreline and attempt a few little tricks. He is 132 lbs and he is 13 years old. He seems to be on the cusp of the M and the ML. We need advice. Thank you.

    • Matthieu

      Hi Chandler, ML will give him more room to grow into it! It should be perfect! Thank you!

  9. Hi – How heavy is the Medium board?

    • Matthieu

      Around 6 lbs

  10. 5 out of 5

    What is the best board for flatland skim boarding?

    • Matthieu

      The slider is more designed for Flatland! More durable with a reinforced fiberglass construction

  11. 5 out of 5

    How much does the woody way

    • Matthieu

      Hi, depends on the size but between 5 and 7 lbs

  12. Hey my name is Quincy I was just wondering what board should I get I was looking for a board to do tricks and to skim from the land into the waves and back onto land and I am 14 110 pounds

    • Matthieu

      Hi Quincy, yeah the woody would be a great beginner board to learn how to do that. A Medium should be perfect for you! 🙂
      If you have any other questions, please let us know

  13. I think I’m looking for a S, I’m 75lbs. and 4 12. My Store only has M should I get it or not.

    • Matthieu

      Hello, you could probably ride a Medium but it might feel a bit big and heavy for you, your perfect size would be a woody S. We have all sizes in stock if you order it online you should get it within 4 or 5 business days
      Thanks!

  14. I started skimboarding and I get the basics. I live in Utah and we go to Newport beach in california one a year, I am 13 and 105 pounds. I want a board that will last me a while. What should I get?

    • Matthieu

      Awesome! A Medium woody should be perfect for you! Now if you wanted to upgrade for a Foam core board, get more float to reach and ride waves easier, you should consider the Grommet M
      Let us know if you have any other questions

  15. okay I live near lake Michigan and we do get some decent waves but I am going to start out and learn on the flats but I do not want to buy a new board when I move up the the waves will this board work I’m 15 I have a job but do not have much money to blow I’m 5″8′ and 160 will a L work for me

    P.S it will be used on mainly flats though and waves every now and then

  16. okay so I live near lake Michigan and we get some decent waves and I want to start out skim boarding is this board good for waves or is it prefered to flats I will do mainly flats to start learning but I don’t just want to buy a new board when I start with the waves I’m 15 I have a job but don’t have much money to blow
    oh I’m 5″8′ and 160 pound is a L good for me

    thank you

    • Matthieu

      Yes Large 🙂

  17. 5 out of 5

    I noticed everyone using the reviews to ask questions so here we go I guess. XD I’m about 95lbs and 4ft 10ins tall and 14yrs old. I think I should get a S but I don’t know if I should get a medium or not… Also I’m not sure wheather to get this type of board or not, because I want to skim at the beach. Is this the right board for me?

    • Matthieu

      Hi Alex, the Woody is great to learn the basics of Skimboarding, like running with the board, drop it and slide on it on wet sand. You can catch waves with a Woody too, but it is much easier to ride the waves with a Grommet (Foam core board in general). You could go for a Medium, you would be fine and would have more room to grow! Hope this helps, don’t hesitate to contact us if you have more questions 🙂

  18. 5 out of 5

    Hi, I recently wanted to get into the sport and was wondering what size board I should get. I’m a 6’1, 15 yr old who weighs about 135

    • Matthieu

      Hi Spencer!
      A ML should be perfect for you 🙂
      Let us know if you have any other questions,
      Thanks

  19. 5 out of 5

    I was wondering if the woody board would work as a wakesurfing board. I am a experienced boarder and I am looking for something that is really loose on the water. I have a wakeboard boat that puts out a massive wave by the way.

    • Matthieu

      Hi Brendan, yeah it is possible to ride a woody behind a boat. We’d recommend the “Debut” which is a wood board with traction on top and a fin, that you can find on victoriawake.com

  20. 5 out of 5

    Hi,
    I’m 12 years old and weigh 92 lbs. I’m looking to upgrade from a woodie. I’m farely good at the sport but I wonna start riding shore breaks and do a few tricks along the shore but mainly waves. Would the grommet be the best board for that. Oh and what size as I’m about to grtow a lot.

    -Thanks 😀

    • Matthieu

      Hi Max! Yeah the Grommet would be awesome! I usually would Recommend a Medium but you can go for a Large, it might be a bit big at first but still rideable and you’ll have plenty of room to grow! 🙂

  21. Hi! I recently discovered skimboarding and i would like to give it a try. I have some skateboarding and kitesurfing experience.
    My questions are, which board would you recomend for the basics and a bit of wave action? And also do you ship to the European Union?
    Oh im 188cm tall and weigh around 90kg, thats 5’9″ and about 195lbs.
    Thank you!

    • admin

      Hi Tony,
      Yes we ship to Europe, and a Woody ML should be perfect for you!
      Thanks let us know if you have any other question,
      – Matthieu

  22. hey I am 6’3 and 210. can I use the XL?

    • admin

      Yes absolutely!

  23. I am 17 and 125 pounds. What size should I get?

    • admin

      You could go M or ML. ML will give you a little more room to grow 🙂

  24. Hi, are there any actual user feedback reviews here? haha. Well, since I’m here I may as well ask a question like everyone else: What does it mean when the description says “bash small waves”?

    • admin

      Hi, it means to execute a turn on a wave from 1 to 2 foot

  25. I’m 100 pounds

    • admin

      The Medium Woody should be perfect!

  26. Hi my name is Ben and I’m from Australia and I want to start skim boarding what sort of board should I get ?

    • admin

      Hi Ben, the Woody is a good beginner board to learn the basics of Skimboarding.

  27. Hi I am francesco i have a skimboard for beginner i use it only for flatland i am 5’8 165 what can i use for a next step?

    • admin

      Hi Francesco! Next step for Flatland after the Woody would be the Slider! A Large would be perfect for you!
      Thanks,
      – Matthieu

  28. 5 out of 5

    Hey I want to get into the skim boarding thing I weight about 165 and am 5’4 I wanted to know if I should go with the large or the XL for a beginner.

    • admin

      Hi Iggy,
      Large should be fine for you! Thanks!
      – Matthieu

  29. 5 out of 5

    Hey I have never skimboarded but I want to get into it. Would the woody be a good board to learn to skimboard? I’m 5’2″ and 115 lbs, no prior experience but wanting to learn

    • admin

      Hi Paula! Yes Woody is great to learn Skimboarding. Medium should be the right size.
      Let us know if you have any other questions,
      – Matthieu

  30. 5 out of 5

    I’m looking for skimboards for my nephews. They weigh around 190 lb. We go to the Jersey shore once a year and ride on the beach during low tide. We’re not experienced enough to do any waves yet. I was leaning towards the XL Woody, but wondered if the Large Slider would be a better choice ? It is a slightly bigger board and I wondered if it would skim better. But then again maybe there is something about the
    Woody that is better for ocean beach use. Also how much does the Woody and Slider
    weigh ? Thanks for your help
    PS. I love your boards. I’m still using my 1989 foam core pro.

    • admin

      Hi Woody! Yes I think the Woody XL will be the best board for you because it is indeed more designed for the beach than the Slider more designed for flatland (sliding on PVC rails etc…). It weighs about 6-8 pounds and a Slider L more about 9-10 pounds. Glad you are still using your board from 1989!
      Let us know if you have any other questions,
      – Matthieu

  31. 5 out of 5

    I have a question. I have a woody and I feel like I am ready for the next level. What would be the next board?

    • admin

      Hi Oscar, it depends on your weigh, if one of the Grommet size fits your weigh that would be great, otherwise an Ultra or even a bigfoot would be the board to get!
      – Matthieu

  32. 5 out of 5

    This board is awesome! This is the perfect board if you want to try the sport! I highly recommend this board to a beginner.

  33. Hello, I am jumping into skimboarding with some knowledge (mostly you tube videos) of how to ride. I snowboard, longboard, and skateboard so I’m used to being on a board the thing is I would be a seasoned rider. So would a wood board be good for me, and would the woody be good for a begginer like me. Also, I’m a little over 5 foot and weigh around 100 pounds would a medium be good for me?

    • admin

      Hi Jason,
      Yes, the Woody is perfect to learn the basics of Skimboarding: Run, drop and slide. Medium should be perfect !
      – Matthieu

  34. 5 out of 5

    Hoping for a size recommendation- I have 4 kids– ages 10 months, 2 1/2 years, 6 years, and 8 years. The older three kids will be sharing a board. Is it better to get a smaller size or one with “room to grow?” I think the oldest is about 90 lbs, and the 2 1//2 year old I’m guessing is around 30-40 lbs. Tricky question because hoping to buy one board for all three people due to my budget. Any advice greatly appreciated. Thank you.

    • admin

      Hi Steph,
      It seems that a Small should make everybody happy for a good amount of time 🙂
      If you have any other questions, let us know
      – Matthieu

  35. 5 out of 5

    Hi ! I weight 150 lbs and I’m 6’1″, what size should I get? Also, is this board good for beginners and small waves surfing ?Thanks you ! 🙂

    • admin

      Hi, Large should be good for you! The Woody is perfect to learn the basics of Skimboarding: Run, drop and slide. You can catch waves with a woody, but it is a lot easier with a Foam board like the Grommet, Ultra or Poly… Let us know if you have any other questions
      – Matthieu Thibaud

  36. 5 out of 5

    I’m 13 and I weigh 100 pounds and I was wondering what size woody skimboard to get?

    • admin

      Hi Madison!
      Size Medium should be perfect so you have room to grow 🙂
      Let us know if you have any other question,
      – Matthieu

  37. Whats your opinion on the zap wedge megium or large

    Also another question i weigh about 110 what size board should i get

    • admin

      Hi, we try not to discuss competitor’s products, and the Woody and the board you mentioned are not very comparable. Medium should be better for you, Large might be a bit big.
      Thanks,
      – Matthieu

  38. 4 out of 5

    Hi, I am 5’7″ and 145lbs. What would be the best size for a Woody for me?

    • admin

      Hi Andrew, ML should be perfect for you. Thanks and let us know if you have any other question.
      – Matthieu

  39. How far can the wood go out into the water? I’d like to hit some small waves at least but wasn’t sure if I should go with this or the grommet?

    • admin

      Hey Colin,
      You hit small waves with the woody, but it is definitely a lot easier with a Grommet. It depends on your budget. Let us know if you have other question.
      – Matthieu

  40. 5 out of 5

    I’m just starting out this is gonna be my first board. I’m 5’8 175. Should I go for the ML or the L??

    • admin

      Hi Mike,
      They both would work, so usually I’d suggest to go for the smaller one, the ML to have a bit more control, and a bit lighter board than the L.
      – Matthieu

  41. 4 out of 5

    Hi!
    I am new to skimboarding and looking for my first skimboard. I would like to ride along the shoreline and be able to hit some small/medium waves, my weight is 160lbs. Would this board be good for me or I should consider some other?
    Thank you.

    • admin

      Hi Andrey, it seems like the Woody would be just perfect. I would suggest ML size. Let us know if you have any other question!
      – Matthieu

  42. 5 out of 5

    My husband weighs 165lbs. Would you recommend the Large? Also, would you recommend getting traction pads? What about wax?

    • admin

      Hi Paige! I would recommend ML for your husband. You can put traction on a Woody, but just wax work just fine. i would recommend to stick with wax for the Woody.
      Let us know if you have any further question,
      Thanks!
      Regards,
      – Matthieu

  43. Hi again

    The hard part for me is getting my friends bord. Everytime I try to I just sink. Is there a sertant way I should jump on it. Or is it just his board.

    • admin

      it s better to jump on the board on wet sand, rather than deep water. The Woody doesn’t float as good as a foam core board like the Grommet or Ultra.
      – Matthieu

  44. 4 out of 5

    Hi I am 12 yrs old and weigh around 75 pounds and was wondering would this board w a traction pad be able to take me out to the waves that r pretty far out and be able to skim flatland?

    • admin

      Hi,
      The Woody won’t carry you as far as a Foam Core board like the Grommet. You can catch waves with it, but they have to be pretty close to shore. You can use the woody to flatland yes.
      – Matthieu

  45. 3 out of 5

    Im a beginer and i want a skimboard how is this one. Or are there any recomendations. When im better is this good for doing tricks when i get better?

    • admin

      Hi,
      The woody is great to learn the basics of Skimboarding and slide on wet sand, then to do tricks and catch waves the Grommet is big step up.
      – Matthieu

  46. I’m 51, 195lbs, 6’1″
    Not looking to do any tricks or stunts.
    Just looking to just skim parallel to the shoreline and skim into the surf .
    The waves are a 1 foot or less.
    Will the Woody have enough rocker on it so I won’t be taking headers skimming parallel to the shore and enough so I can skim into the surf and ride a small wave now and then?
    What size do you recommended?

    • Hey Delta, yes I would recommend the Woody model. It is perfect for skimming the shore line and does have enough rocker to transition into deeper water. However, given it is a wooden board you are not going to get much float, this will limit you from getting to far out. All in all given the conditions you are skimming the Woody will get the job done!
      -Sean

      • At 195 lbs, 6’1″ What size Woody do you recommend?

        • admin

          Hello,

          XL should be the best size for you!

          – Matthieu

  47. what is the next step up from woody for someone weighing 210 pounds ?

    • admin

      Hi Roger,
      It Would be the bigfoot! 🙂

      Matthieu

  48. Hi! I live and New York and have been wondering where to get lessons on skimboarding??

    • admin

      In the New York area, I am not quite sure on where to get lessons, but if you could go to New Jersey, the Jersey Shore Skim Camp is awesome!

  49. Hi! I have been thinking about trying skimboarding for the longest time, I have been looking at The Debut on your wake surf shop and wondering if I should start with a different board.

    • admin

      Hi Syd, The Debut is a the perfect beginner board for wakesurfing behind a boat. Now if you take the fin off, you could also use it a Skimboard.

  50. 5 out of 5

    Hello, I’ve been skimboarding for a long time and it’s been a while since I’ve thought much about beginner boards. My girlfriend wants me to teach her and I’m looking for beginner board that would be good for her. We’d be skimboarding at South Padre Island, Tx. The waves are pretty small and she’d just be riding parallel to the shoreline. Would the woody be a good board with enough of a rocker to keep her from getting stuck in the sand? If not, do you have any other recommendations? Thanks

    • Hey Taylor, the Woody model would be perfect for what you are describing. It also has plenty of rocker to keep her from nose diving.
      -Sean

  51. 5 out of 5

    Hi, this will be the first time I am getting a skimboard and I was wondering if this is the best board for just skimming a cross thin layers of water. Thanks!

    • admin

      Yes Absolutely!
      Give us a call or contact us if you have any other question!

      Matthieu

  52. How much does the Medium size weigh? I don’t want a board that is too tiring to lug around all day.

    • admin

      Hi john,
      I picked one up that was exactly 5 lbs right now. If it is too heavy, the grommet models are foam core and fiberglass, they are much lighter.
      Let us know if you have any other question,
      Matthieu

  53. 5 out of 5

    The woody is a great beginner flat land board. It rides straight, long, has a great shape, and is a board weight almost any rider can handle. We have a large and everyone can ride it. Although i would suggest the appropriate size per weight pending who its for. My kids and family all love this board from 5yrs to 38. Its a great board.

  54. 5 out of 5

    I am just starting to skimboard I have never tried and don’t know if I’ll be able to im 12 and weight 108 pounds don’t know what board I should get any help or advice

    • admin

      Hi Forest, a Woody Medium would be perfect for you to learn to skimboard!

  55. 5 out of 5

    I am a intermediate rider and am looking to be getting a new board I have use wood and I usually borrow my friends foam board I am looking in to getting one of those what board should I get

    • admin

      Hi Jeff! Good to hear you are ready to upgrade! It depends how old you are and how much you weight. if you are a Grom go for the Grommet, otherwise go for an ultra! Each page has the suggested weight/size chart to help you get the right size, but if you have any question let us know!

      Thanks,

      Matthieu

  56. 5 out of 5

    Im a 14 year old, and 155 pounds i want to start skimboard, what inexpensive board do u recommend??

    • admin

      Hi Billy! Woody is the best inexpensive board for a beginner! a ML should be perfet for you!
      Happy New year! Thank you, let us know if you have any other question,

      Matthieu

  57. 4 out of 5

    Hi… am 150 pounds just starting. What do you recommend???

    • admin

      Hi Ed,
      Woody ML for beginners, to learn the basics of Skimboarding!
      Let us know if you have any other question!
      Sincerely,

      Matthieu

  58. 5 out of 5

    I’m 2+ years old and want my Dad to buy me my first skimboard. He learned on the woody, but is there something better or more beginner/suited for flat land skim than that?

    • admin

      Hi Future Ripper! Yes the woody would be the best beginner board to learn the basics of Skimboarding. It comes in XS too, which would be perfect! Let me know if you have any other question!
      Best regards,
      Matthieu

  59. 5 out of 5

    I am 95 lbs and a beginner what skim board would fit me best?
    Not a rating review

    • admin

      Hi Tyler, Woody Small should be perfect for you to learn the basics of Skimboarding, meaning sliding along the shore on wet sand, learning the balance etc… Once you are confortable with that and will want to reach and ride waves you will want to upgrade for a foam core board like the Grommet. Let us know if you have any other question.
      Sincerely,
      Matthieu

  60. 3 out of 5

    I’m looking for a good board to ride the wedge and as a starting board I’m 170lbs would the woody L b the correct purchase?

    • admin

      Hi, the Wedge is an expert/pro level spot, so a poly or pro model are more appropriate to ride.

  61. 5 out of 5

    hi, not a review but a question. im 17 and 130 lbs. i wanna start skimming, i want a board to hit the waves and also hit the flatlands. which board is best for that and cheapest.

    • admin

      Hi Anthony,
      If you plan on doing flatland the slider has a more appropriate shape and construction.

  62. 5 out of 5

    I know the slider is better for it but can you ride pvc rails with the woody?

    • admin

      You could, but the Slider will last you longer if you ride PVC rails

  63. 5 out of 5

    I am 12 years old 90pounds what would be a good beginner board to catch waves with

    • admin

      Hi Jari,
      Woody is great to learn the basics of Skimboarding and cruisin along the shore on wetsand. Now if you want to catch waves the Grommet is the best board for that.

  64. 5 out of 5

    I live in Panama City beach in FL what board would you recommend for beach skimming im about 90-95 pounds thanks!!!!

    • admin

      Hi Luke!
      Woody is great to learn the basics of Skimboarding and cruisin along the shore on wetsand. Now if you want to catch waves the Grommet is the best board for that.

  65. 5 out of 5

    I’m 12 and I am looking for my first skimboard I’m 78 pounds what board should i buy

    • admin

      Grommet would give you more room to progress, more float and speed to reach waves. Now if you can’t get a Grommet, the woody is good to learn the basics of skimboarding, sliding along shore on wet sand.

  66. 4 out of 5

    After riding for a few weeks the bottom of the board is getting scratches that go through the finish. What do I do to re finish the bottom to prevent water penetration?

    • admin

      Hi Bob,
      The woody is made of marine grade plywood, highly water resistant. So it is just fine to keep riding the board. Now if you want you could re-gloss the whole bottom of the board using a Polyester resin, but it might be a little technical… Or fix the cracks with a UV Cure resin called Solarez, that you could find in a lot of surf shops. That would do the job and would be a lot easier. If you have any other question let us know.
      Best regards,
      MT

  67. 5 out of 5

    I have been skimming for a while but the waves where I live only hit 3-5 feet is a woody good fot that or should I jump to a foamie or a pro model?

    • admin

      Hi Justin,
      When it comes to wave riding, a Foam board will be better and easier to ride and progress. Foamie, Grommet and Ultra are the best choices for you in this order, depending on your budget, you could also go for a Poly or Pro model which are the top of the line Skimboards.

  68. 5 out of 5

    I’m 14 and i weight 130 witch board do you think will be the best for me??

    • admin

      Hi Stas,
      The Medium woody will be best for you. Let us know if you have any other question.

  69. 5 out of 5

    So for the flatland the slider and the woody would work good?and buy the way does the woody come with grip or do you guys sell it sepretly.

    • admin

      Yes they both can work for flatland, Slider would be better than the Woody, and the best board for flatland would be the GRINDER that comes with full top traction.
      The Woody and Slider both don’t come with traction, but yes, we do sell traction separately.

  70. 5 out of 5

    Hey um what board do you recommend me I’m a beginner I also weigh 100 pounds and I’m 13 years old.but I want a flatland board.

    • admin

      Hi Albert,
      You can use the Woody for flatland, but we built the Slider more specifically for Flatland. So if you could, we would suggest you the Slider.

  71. 4 out of 5

    I’m 16 and weigh 155 pounds what size board would be good for me??

    • admin

      Hi Joshua, go with a Large, it should be good!

  72. 3 out of 5

    can this board be used as a wave rider or mainly as a flatland board.

    • admin

      Yes it can, but we recommend the Slider or Grinder if you are going to slide on PVC rails or things like that.

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