This is the first version of the V3 reaper, called Shipwreck. The only change between the 2016 Shipwreck and the 2017 Spacejam is a graphic change.
The changes Rayne made in 2016 are the deck is a bit skinnier and a bit smaller. The drop is a bit less, more like a micro drop now. The big change is the new drop thru trucks. That extra drop is making more stable and definitely better than the switch. This thing would be an awesome commuting deck.
It still has it super comfortable deep tub concave and now sports a svelt 0.75" dropped platform. The platform is large enough to feel comfortable no matter what the occasion.
Lighter and shorter than it's bigger Nemesis brother, the new Reaper gives the rider the comforts of the world's best downhill board in a tighter, smaller package making it ready to thrash tighter turns. Slashing your way through allies or effortlessly bombing your local steep runs or just push around Uni/school/work and pretend your bombing GMR.
- Length – 36″
- Width – 9.5″
- Wheelbase – 27″
- Drop – 0.75″
Sharp Edges – Final touch for locked in feet
Vert-Lam Bamboo Core – Stronger than steel, light like a feather.
Pre-tensioned fibreglass – Adds long life, durability, strength and energy return.
Twin Shape – Freedom to choose any path or direction.
Sublimated Artwork – Scratch-resistant ink is tattooed into the deck.
Linear Drop Platform – 0.75″ drop keeps your feet locked into place. Ideal for freeriding.
Deep Tub Concave – Designed to cup the toes and heels for quick, precise turns.
Universal Drop Thru Mounting – Lowers your board for easy pushing and extra stability.
Rocker – Pre-loads your legs for easier tucking and turning.
Bee Orange Finish – Enhances and tones the natural wood grain while protecting with an excellent wax barrier that repels water. The citrus-based polish is completely free of harmful chemicals and is an environmentally sustainable product.