The Cantellated Tesseract is top mounted, single kick tail and is great for getting up and over a gutter or bombing your local mountain with your mates.
The lean and control on this deck is really responsive, and the turn is brilliant.
What they have changed on the Terreract to make this deck is create a bigger and wider kick tail. You can put your foot behind the back trucks and bust out a blunt slide or pop ollie over a toddler (not advised).
It is a better designed and made Arbitor 36 kt.
Length: 36” / 91 cm
Width: 9.5” / 24 cm
Wheelbase: 24.5” and 26” / 62.2 cm and 66 cm
Tail: 7.25” / 18.4 cm (tip to inner bolt on 24.5” wheelbase)
Concave: 0.30” / 0.76 cm (at W peak), 0.39” / 0.99 cm (at W trough)
Rocker: 0.33” / 0.84 cm
Wedging angle: 3.5°
Weight: 4.5 lbs / 2.0 kg (with grip)
Excellent wheel flares for bigger wheels and a bit of shape to put your foot on, to know where you are on the board without looking down.
There is a nice W concave that tapers off towards the bolts. It does run in to the wheel flares and creates a pocket for toe side checks and locks in your front foot for heelside checks.
Construction is dual vertically laminated core, with a fibreglass on the top and bottom. There is also a cork layer on the bottom which adds vibration dampening.
The design and particualarly the 3.5° wedging angle works best with a low degree angle truck such as the Paris 180mm with 43 degree baseplate or Grizzly 840 or the Caliber forty four. Using one of these trucks you get lean and turn with a low ride height.
If you will be doing technical sh!t or cruising the city ollie'in over homeless people then use a smaller wheel like Fat Free or The Keanu.
Use the Kilmer, Cage or Morongas for fast freeriding.
For downhill: 4Presidents for fast takeoff, inHeat for big roll speed and Kegel for total domination. The bigger the wheel the more risers you will need.