Envy went all out with the new AOS V5 decks and built a signature deck for each of their 7 pro team riders. Improving upon the AOS V4 was going to be a tall order but, as usual, Envy answered the call and created this awesome new pro scooter deck. Envy puts quite a bit of thought and innovation into all of their products but the new AOSV5 deck may take the cake. Whether you ride street or park, Envy was thinking of you. With 2 sizes available for each rider, there is a street or park option for every rider!
The Envy AOS V5 Deck is a pro scooter deck that Envy created for Didine Terchague, who rides pro in pro scooter competitions for Envy scooters. The Envy AOS V5 Deck is 5.1" or 6" wide by 23" long, with an 84 degree headtube angle. Headtube angle affects a couple of things. The steep rake of the Didine Terchague Signature Deck makes it perfect for those riders who have mastered the single tail whip and are moving onto multiple whips. The steeper the headtube angle, the more the Envy AOS V5 whips around a flat plane with less resistance. Because the deck has boxed ends, we consider the Didine Terchague Scooter Deck to be a street deck but it's equally at home at the skatepark or in your hood. PRO SCOOTER DECKS that are 23+" long will be ideal for intermediate to pro riders that have been in the sport for a while or for those scooter riders that need a little more footspace. The Envy AOS V5 Didine Terchague Deck works with the following wheel diameters: 100mm,110mm,115mm,120mm,125mm and the following wheel widths: 24mm,26mm. Note that decks typically come standard with 24mm spacers. If you change the wheel core width, you will also need to change your spacers to accomodate the new wheel core width.
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Pro scooter decks are compatible with wheels, grip tape, and headsets.
Headsets contain the bearings that sit in your scooter deck upper and lower headtube cups, which allow your forks and bars to spin in unison. There are two types of headsets – integrated and standard. Very few scooters these days are made with standard headsets. In fact, we don’t even sell them since every deck on our site is an integrated deck. On our site, all headsets work with all decks since they are all integrated. On other sites, verify that your headset and deck are either both standard or both integrated.
Decks vary vastly in size so, if you are purchasing grip tape, make sure that it is approximately the same size as your deck. Larger sheets of grip tape may have to be cut down to fit your deck, while smaller sheets may not fit a larger deck. In other words, we don’t recommend buying smaller sheets of grip tape for a large deck. You can always buy a large sheet of grip tape for a smaller deck but it may require cutting to get it to fit properly.
There are three things to know about wheels as it relates to scooter decks. (1) The wheel outer diameter must be compatible with the wheel diameter of the deck. (2) The wheel width must be compatible with the deck spacers that come on the rear axle of your deck (and forks). (3) Rules 1 and 2 also apply to your forks. In other words, if you are running 120mm diameter wheels with a 30mm width, both your deck and forks must be able to accommodate 120x30 wheels. It’s wise to check wheel compatibility on any deck that you want to purchase, but most decks and forks are designed to work with conventional 110x24 or 120x24 wheels. When running an unconventional size wheel (120x30,110x30,115x28,etc), please double check the wheel compatibility of your deck and forks.