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Ethic Lindworm Deck

Ethic DTC
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    Ethic hails from France with industry legand Kevin Demay at the helm. Kevin has worked with and designed entire product ranges for many top brands in our industry and he has created his own brand, Ethic DTC. Ethic's mission is to put Ethics at the heart of the company. When it comes to design, manufacturing, cost, and riding, Ethic wants to ensure that the prices are fair and that the quality is there. 

    The Lindworm deck was built to be as universal as possible. With a size of 21" long and 4.5" wide it finds itself being almost the perfect size for the latest trend of high bars and long decks. The Lindworm features a steeper gooseneck, meaning the front wheel sits closer to the deck than normal. This allows for a bigger deck with the better balance of a smaller deck. The headtube is forged to the gooseneck, meaning the bond is almost unbreakable, and the headtube angle will be the same between each and every deck. With its weight of only 3.02 pounds(with brake and axle), this deck is one of the lightest decks out on the market. But it also has a great balance, mainly forward, giving it a superior spin. The aluminium alloy used is 6082 heat treated (T4/T6) which is 10% more re- sistant than 6061 which is usually used in the conception of high quality decks. The Lindworm comes with all hardware needed, back axle, spacers, and a flex fender brake. The headtube is slightly shorter than normal, about 4" long instead of the standard 4.5", so set ups like a Tilt Fork with a Tilt SCS will require spacers.

    Technical specifications :

    • 6082 T6 Aluminium alloy
    • Forged headtube : 82.5 degrees
    • Length : 21"
    • Width : 4.5"
    • Integrated headtube
    • Weight : 3.02 lbs

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    1. Ethic lindworm review  star rating

      Posted by Chandler on 20th Aug 2015

      I recently started riding the lindworm about a week ago. I am not at all exaggerating when I say that it is probably my favorite deck that I have ridden so far. I have been scootering for about a year and a half and can do lots of big tricks and I am mainly focus on street (which means my decks take quite the beating) and as soon as you start riding it you can feel that it is a very firm deck. I switched from a TSI threshold which is what everyone else has recently been interested in and it was a great deck, but I am much happier with my new selection.

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