The heavyweight bi-level Boomstick is composed of a solid, snappy, skatey, eco-friendly, super saucy wood with a smooth concave, making it easier to always land on the bolts. Several dusks and dawns ago, Reed Hansen and the boys sourced some lively materials to throw in a 14 lb. stockier skate, offering more board control, both on the water and leaving it from this added weight. A bi-level shape creates a more consistent, quicker swing weight than a traditional single level skate, yet still has the stability for somebody just taking the drop. Having a top deck separated from the water line means that if a skater is off axis they will have a greater chance of recovery with the 2 decks working independent of one another. Ronix's most advanced technology, ridden by arguably our sport's greatest skater. Yet still has the swing weight and balance points that work for first timers. Comes with a lively Paulownia bottom deck, and a stiffer Maple top deck.