The Shred Sled Four Wheel Inline Caster Board used to be priced at $119.99, but the company has slashed the price to $59.99.
- It brings the thrills and carving movements of snowboarding to the streets.
- It has a cool feel–combination of snowboarding and skateboarding
- Can quickly go uphill. It’s easy to propel the SHRED SLED. You don’t even have to push off
- 4 INLINE wheels have much more control than 2 wheels
- The 4-80mm polyurethane wheels and ABEC-5 Bearings are SMOOTHER and STRONGER and rarely need to be replaced. (unlike other boards)
With Shred Sled’s new dual deck caster board you can easily start Shredding in no time! It consists of two boards, coupled with a flexible connector, which allows both boards to rotate around the vertical and horizontal axes. This 4-wheel, dual-deck carve board makes it SMOOTHER and EASIER to start carving up the streets.
Its fun and much easier to control than older 2-wheel generation boards. It’s also great for strengthening the legs and waist muscles. The SHRED SLED is a fun way to exercise and gives you a feeling of carving like snowboarding and skateboarding. Its easy to kick off and start getting speed. Its 4 wheels make it a much smoother ride. Plus, its much more durable because the decks are made of almost indestructible ABS material and the wheels last a long time. The decks have a great grip surface to allow for better control and traction. The common feedback: “This board rocks!!”
‘How To Ride’ 1. As a beginner, it will be helpful to start riding the board using a wall as a support 2. Lay the Shred Sled down beside and parallel to the wall. 3. Put your foot (left or right depending on your preference) right center of the sand paper on the fore plate perpendicular to the board direction, and then put the other foot on the rear plate in similar location and direction. 4. Balancing your body (with two hands on the wall), make the board flat so that the board is standing on two wheels and the sides of the board are not touching the ground. 5. Once the board is moving, twist your hip and both legs to create forward movement. 6. When you get used to the movement of body to propel the board, you may try the turns and other interesting tricks.