Surfs Up! With All-New Razor RipSurf

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All-New Razor RipSurf: Surf Where You Live!

Designed in Southern California, RipSurf has street surfers around the world rejoicing.* Razor’s all-new patented design allows riders to cut and carve up the city pavement, just like a real surfboard!

RipSurf 360

Revolutionize the Way You Surf
The RipSurf’s similarities don’t stop at its classic surfboard design and its rad colored, textured traction pad — it’s also been designed to share the same authentic surf-like ride! It’s two inclined caster urethane wheels have been moved closer together, allowing you to gain forward momentum the same way you would cut and carve up the surf.

How-To RipSurf Ride Guide

How To Ride Razor’s RipSurf
Stoked for the all-new RipSurf, but fear your surf skills are a little kooky? No worries bro, we got you covered! Grab a friend, little sibling or a wall (we’re not picky) and check out these steps to get started:

  1. Step onto the front (or nose) of the RipSurf. With the board in front of you, level out the deck and make sure you feel balanced before stepping on. Your foot should be perpendicular with the line that divides the RipSurf.
  2. Push off! Keep a hand on your friend and place your back foot on the traction pad as you push off and begin rolling.
  3. Build Momentum. Alternate pumping your feet back and forth, twisting at the waist (slowly) to begin building momentum. As you increase the size of this motion, the more speed you will build.
  4. Turn! Push down with the front foot in the direction you want to go. Lean on your back foot in the opposite direction to maintain balance and control your turn radius.

Or just catch a lesson with our man, Ali Kermani, the legend behind the board, who’s also brought us many other great things like DRIFT-mania with the wildly popular Crazy Cart.

Watch our RipSurf Ride Guide and nail the basics so you don’t wipe-out!


What board will you choose to make waves with in your city: CMYK or Black?

Razor RipSurf CMYKRazor RipSurf BK

* article published Feb. 25, 2016