Envy AOSV4 LTD Wazzeh Deck
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Warick Beynon, aka Wazzeh, is one of Envys top pro scooter riders. The Envy AOS V4 Wazzeh sig deck has pretty awesome graphics, with a silver/white hydro wrap that will set you apart from the crowd anywhere you go. At 4.9 inches wide by 21 inches long, this pro scooter deck will fit a wide variety of riders.
The Envy AOSV4 LTD Wazzeh Deck has been developed over a long period of time by Envy to bring a super lightweight, yet durable, deck to the market perfect for park riding. While it was designed primarily for the park, it is a great street deck, too. SCOOTER DECKS are the foundation of your freestyle scooter. This pro scooter deck is a concave deck made from heat-treated 6061 series aluminum that is 4.90W X 21.00L and weighs in at just 3.2 lbs. Featuring an integrated 83 degree headtube, the AOSV4 LTD Wazzeh Deck is compatible with wheels up to 120mm. Rear axle bolt, spacers, and brake included..
Amateur and intermediate riders want what the pro riders ride and that means picking up an integrated scooter deck. The Envy AOSV4 LTD Wazzeh Deck features an integrated headtube, which allows simple installation of the headset by simply sliding it into the headtube cups, as opposed to using specialized equipment to press it in, as you would on a standard scooter deck. Envy scooter decks are designed and tested by their pro team riders and, if It is good enough for them, it should definitely work for you.
Envy AOSV4 LTD Wazzeh Deck Specifications:
- concave deck made from heat-treated 6061 series aluminum
- integrated 83 degree headtube
- 4.90W X 21.00L
- compatible with wheels up to 120mm
- 3.2 lbs
- Available dimensions: 4.90W X 21.00L
- Available colors:
ENVY SCOOTERS has been one of the top brands in the industry since its inception. From entry level to advanced, Envy produces one of the highest quality and, more importantly, affordable products in the industry. Envy Scooters leads the industry with innovative design and was the first to offer integrated headset compression, which almost every other manufacturer has adopted.