The Yow Snappers 32.5 is focused on very technical riding!
With the most pronounced concave on the market and wide nose and tail, the Snappers will keep your feet glued to the board at all times.
Its short wheelbase (17″) allows you to feel the reaction of each movement and make tight turns on all types of surfaces.
Overall, mounted with the Meraki system (S5) and Ura wheels, to feel the surface with maximum precision and perform airs with more ease.
MERAKI S5 TRUCKS:
The Yow Meraki SurfSkate system is the culmination of the last 5 years of research and development. A more simplified and reinforced design alongside Yow’s patented spring system, making it one of the most unique surfskate setups in the world.
Yow has removed the expendable parts of their old system while keeping their patented spring system intact and reinforced the essential parts while making it light and more resistant. In addition, improving the aesthetics as well.
Overall, Yow’s new system is now unified to their very own skate trucks making it more stable without sacrificing the surfing flow Yow is well known for. Take your surfskating to the next level!
- YOW System: Meraki S5
- Trucks: YOW 9.0″ Standard/Silver
- 92A Ultra HR Formula Bushings
- Cone & Barrel
- 11/16″ Black Allen Bolts
- 5/8″ Black Allen Bolt
- 2″ Black Allen Bolts
- 28mm Black Rubber Riser Pad
- Spring S5 System
- Ball Bearing 51100
- YOW System Patented
- Wheels: YOW URA 66 x 51mm
- Mayo 78A, Mustard 80A, Ketchup 82A
- ABEC-7 Black Bearings w/ Spacers
- More Your Own Wave: YOW
YOW SNAPPERS DECK:
- SURF SKATE CITY!
- Concave: MEDIUM
- Rocker: Tail Rocker
- Weight: 4.5 kg
- Deck length: 32.5″
- Deck width 10″
- Wheelbase: 17″
- YOW System Meraki S5
- One colored ply
- 7 Plies U.S.A. Hard Rock Maple
- Printed Jessup Griptape
- Focused on very technical riding
The second installment of YOW’s portrait series brings you a deeper look into the life of Belgian surfer and skater, Sascha Borrey. “Born by the North Sea” explores how a lack of ideal conditions can inspire creativity, and how, as long as we persist, we can find beauty and joy in the unexpected. ‘Have you ever heard the saying, jack of all trades, master of none?’ Well, Sascha Borrey is actually a master of all of them. Blame the unfavorable conditions or the inconsistency of weather patterns of the place he grew up in, but it’s places where things are hard to find that make you get more creative.