What if you could fit a nose and tail onto the Tripper? You could wheelie and shuvit til your hearts content. Our dear friend Kübi, who has spent countless hours at Layback, came up with the idea and got it as a custom. As it was implemented into the current lineup, Hackenstein opened the flood gates and thereby allowed 4 variants of the deck to emerge. It was always going to happen that way.
The Himmelreich is a Tripper with small kicks. It boasts the same freeride and transport characteristics as its little brother, added to which there is a whole range of dancing trickery potential. Thanks to the large cutouts, trucks can be run nice and loose. A crazy allrounder. Flex I is stiff enough to really put your foot down, Flex II is still taut, but allows dynamic carving and ultra-flow.
This makes it ideal for both beginners and ambitious riders. Smaller people especially have a lightweight dancer with enough space for footwork, or a freeride/downhill tool with a long enough wheelbase. And then again the Himmelreich can also be quite tame and makes the Himmelreich tour an absolute treat.
- Length: 101cm
- Width: 24cm
- Wheelbase: 66,8/67/70cm
- Drill pattern: Oldschool Topmount
- Concave: Hybrid-Medium-Gaspedal
- Longitudinal profile: Rocker, Mini Drop, Nosekick, Tailkick
- Features: Gaspedals, Rocker, Mini Drop, Pockets, Wheel Wells
- Weight class: 40-85kg