Rayne Amazon Complete

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Rayne Amazon Complete

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About Rayne Amazon Complete

The big brother to the Rayne Piranha, the Amazon isan excellent drop-trough board for riders with a normal-to-wide stance. The Amazon features Rayne's "mean cave" concave. "Mean Cave" is a unique concave design that is noticeably steeper in the middle of deck. This provides you with an air-tight, secure placement for your feet. Why stop with the "Mean Cave" design though? Rayne also threw in some radial drop. With a radial drop, the bored is lowered where it matters most - where your feet are!

Rayne Signature Series - Douglas Dalua Amazon and Piranha Longboards:

Secure Foot Placement

We mentioned the variable concave (aka "meancave) and the radial drop. Rayne didn't stop there though. The 3 stage rocker, provides different dimensions of rocker, varying throughout the board. The rockers was designed with speed tucks in mind, providing a secure comfortable platform amid the cleverly designed concave. Combine all this with a rock solid stiffness, including an incredibly resilient Vert-Lam Bamboo Core. You'll feel like a machine when charging down hills or pulling off slides.

Variable Wheelbase

Not too many drop through decks have various wheelbase options. Want your board to turn a bit sharper? Go with the 29.75 wheelbase. Looking for a more gradual turn with a tad more stability? Extend the trucks to a 30.75" wheelbase. It's up to you


  • Length: 38.5" / 97.79cm
  • Width: 10" / 25.4cm
  • Wheelbase: 30" - 31" / 76.2cm - 78.74cm
  • Concave: 0.6" Tub
  • Nose / Tail: No / No
  • Rocker / Camber: 0.65" Agresssive Drop and Rocker combined
  • Construction: Four layer Bamboo and Fiberglass
  • Special Features: The paint is literally tattooed into the deck! This board is going to look pretty for a long time.

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