White Wave MOD - Build Your Street SET 02 + woodbase
GF Build Your Street
A set of concrete White Wave MOD elements on a woodbase (125 x 50 cm) - it will fit even in a small room. Spots aren't fixed so they can be freely arranged and moved. Stands and woodbase are easy to fold and store in the room (under the bed, behind the wardrobe etc.).
10 spots + Woodbase with a total value of 705 PLN.
SAVE 105 PLN by choosing SET 02
Optionally you can choose
Adjustable height guarantees comfortable use for every rider. 2 stands can be placed on both sides of the base to create a stable riding table about 100 cm high. When folded, it is easy to storage. For safety reasons 2 stands are required under the woodbase to prevent the table from overturning.
All edges of the woodbase are properly rounded and the entire wooden surface is varnished to protect the plywood. S.K.A.T.E. stickers allow you to play Game of Skate on the table. You just have to cover the letters one by one when you loose a point.
All White Wave spots are made of our special concrete mix so they are getting old slowly and very realistically, like skateboard spots. They are also impregnated so that they don't dust and taped with GF Tape so they don't move. Be careful when rearranging elements, as it is easy to break off a corner of the spot by hitting a table or furniture. The concrete is so heavy that spots placed next to each other don't move and don't need to be joined together.
The modular fingerpark is an investment for years - you can organise meetings, mini competitions, shoot professional videos and improve your riding skills.
Fingerboarding - hobby:
We've heard opinions from our customers that fingerboarding is an effective way to reduce time spent in front of the smartphone or computer screen. This hobby develops reflex and eye-hand coordination. Additionally, it can de-stress and give a lot of satisfaction from the tricks that imitate a real skateboarding. Woodbase is a great choice to start a fingerpark.
Shipping by DPD courier.
Price per set from the photo: Woodbase + concrete spots.