Prism Theory V1 downhill freeride deck
This is the first version of Theory, designed by Liam Morgan, the deck that started it all and launched the Prism brand. The idea was to create a deck that would simply give you the confidence to skate fully standup. The board features a rocker and flare combo, that teams up with micro drops.
Micro drops in the front and back give you something to wedge your front and back foot into to keep you where you are, while the W concave gives you added leverage and stiffness. Rocker runs from truck mount to truck mount, with flush mounts keeping your truck angles true so you wont have to worry about dewedging.
All in all, this board is great for riders who are looking for a downhill/freeride board with lots of features. For such a complex concave, the Theory is one of the more comfortable boards out there. We recommend setting this board up with 184mm Caliber II Trucks and 70mm Blood Orange Liam Morgan Wheels.
There is very little difference between the Version 1 and Version 2. The V2 version of the Theory has an extra layer of fibreglass. This makes it heavier. So the V1 is 1.9kg and the V2 is 2.2kg. The shape, wheelbase and concave is all teh same. The cut outs on the V2 are a little bit larger. That is it.
- Length (in): 36
- Width (in): 10
- Varying Wheelbase (in): 26-27
- Concave Style: Radial, Rocker, W
- Concave Depth: Medium
- Plys: 8
- Construction: Maple, Fiberglass
- Flex Level: Stiff