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Times are a changing

Bustin Composite decks
I’ve kept a pretty close eye on Bustin and their decks for a good while now and have always been really impressed with their originality, their rider-centred approach is refreshing and you can’t help but pick up on their stoke.

The only problem I’ve picked up on in the past is there construction, but lately they really have been stepping up their game. A little while back I was pleased to note in the 2011 Concretewave Magazine’s Buyer’s Guide that they were introducing a Carbon fibre version of the Robot 36″ and 41″ to be released early June:

I’ve just seen that they have released a beautiful-looking version of the Maestro…I’ve yet to see one for myself, but if the images are anything to go by it will be stunning!

More info here

See also: The Chief Ladiga Silver Comet Sk8 Challenge 2011 – the 1st Longboard Stage Race, ever!


2 responses

  1. Bevilacqua

    Their first boards were interesteing as for their shape, but built out of poor material – du “copeaux pressé” to make it short.
    It seems they have discovered the use of fiber …

    May 19, 2011 at 15:06

  2. Bevilacqua

    I quick-checked the site: it seems they have just discovered the EarthWing shape, the EW fiber underlay, the EW core wheels … wow !
    I will stick to my Miniglider and Superglider .

    May 19, 2011 at 15:21

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