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Vew-Do El Dorado Balance Board

Vew-Do El Dorado Balance Board

Color
Wobble 360°
Foam Teeter
Regular price $169.95 USD
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The Vew-Do El Dorado Board is the most challenging balance trainer!

Inspired by both snowboarding and skateboarding, the El Dorado Balance Board allows the rider to push the limits in traditional balance riding. With extremely quick toe to heel rotational performance of the El Dorado, this board is a must for people trying to mimic challenging board tricks for fun or people wanting to introduce more difficult stability training into their workout.

The El Dorado boasts an aggressively tapered 4-inch roller in addition to increased roller diameter. The concave deck is 9.5 inches wide with full grip tape surface and increased nose and tail length providing the perfect challenge for advanced riders looking to test their agility and balance.

DECK

  • 100% North American Maple
  • Length: 31.5"
  • Width: 9.5"
  • Shape: Concave
  • Surface: Printed grip tape
  • Ideal for kids and adults, 50 to 450 pounds

      ROLLER - Smooth Radial Taper

      • Diameter: 4.5"
      • Length: 9 - 5/16"
      • Level: ADVANCED

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          Wobble 360°

          The all new Vew-Do 360 Degree Wobble is a great accessory for working on your balance in all directions. This wobble is compatible with any Vew-Do board. It is a great add on for challenging your normal workout on your balance board, using your board at your stand-up desk or for anyone in the family looking to get started on a balance board.

          Vew-Do Board FAQs

          What types of surfaces do these boards work on?

          A - For boards utilizing wooden rollers, carpeted surfaces work best, as they help the rider control their speed. More advanced riders enjoy riding them on basement, tile, or garage floors, although beginners may find that those surfaces are too fast. We don’t recommended riding on hardwood floors, as the board will move too fast for many riders. The floor may incur damage as well.

          Can I use the board on a carpet?

          A - Yes, provided the carpet is not too plush, as this can make the board ride overly slow.

          What are the I-beam rails on the bottom of the boards made of?

          A - With the exception of the Surf 33 board all other boards have the I-beam molded rail end stop system made of GFPPCC (Chemically Coupled Glass-Reinforced Polypropylene). This is essentially a Fiberglass reinforced polypropylene plastic that offers high strength and stiffness, can handle high temperatures, high impact strength, chemical resistance and is typically used in appliances, electrical components, automotive, irrigation and utility products and last but not least on Vew-Do tracks and end stops.

          My child is under 5-years old. Do you have a balance board they could use?

          A - Absolutely! We have the Mini! It's a smaller version of normal boards and comes with a Foam Teeter to help riders get started.

          If your child is more advanced, we recommend the Zippy as great starter option. While it’s a challenging board when used with its included roller, you can add-on a Foam Teeter they can practice on.

          What is the difference between the Zippy and Flow?

          The decks are shaped differently. The Flow and the Zippy decks have the same overall running length of the I-beam rail system. 

          The overall size of the Zippy is larger and has a higher tip/tail height than the Flow. 

          The most significant difference in performance is designed around the attachment used. The longer Zippy roller is machined with the Vew-Do patented outrigger design, which acts as training wheels when a rider applies toe or heel pressure to the board. The Zippy roller is great for beginner to intermediate combos due to the outriggers, which limit the angle at which the roller can tilt up on toe and heel edge. It offers increased stability when performing maneuvers such as turning, spinning and tilting.

          The Flow roller was designed without outriggers, thereby making it more aggressive on both toe and heel edge. The Flow roller is the more challenging of the two and more performance driven.

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