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The new Addict Blacksmiths are the perfect balance of weight, looks and strength. Created from Certified, 6068-T6 aluminum alloy with a forged headtube, slide-in spacers and a hybrid (metal/plastic) brake, ensures noiseless and vibration free operation.
Addict Blacksmith Deck
- Radix compatibility
- Forged headtube
- Addict logo badge
Addict is Back! Introducing the new Blacksmith Deck, tested for over 2 years by the best street riders in the world, old and new. The Decks have grown in width and length making them grind machines. A forged head tube provides strength but still feels like the original Addict deck. A new metal badge accents the front of the head tube. Created from Certified, 6068-T6 aluminum alloy with Slide-in Spacers and a Hybrid (metal/plastic) brake, ensures noiseless and vibration free operation. All the new Addict decks are designed to accept the new Eagle Supply Radix wheels. Decks are available in 3 Pro rider sizes and one Team model size.
At 23.23" long, the Alex Peasley Signature model is the largest size of the Blacksmith Decks. This makes it a great option for larger riders looking for footspace and comfort. Peasley was one of the key influencers to what street riding is today. It's not always about how big or how many, Peasley teaches all you need is style and a creative approach to shred any spot. This deck features Peasley's Signature Graphic on the underside.
Specifications of the Addict Blacksmith Alex Peasley Deck:
Width: 4.85" / 123mm
Width underneath: 3.7" / 94mm
Length: 23.23" / 590mm
Foot space: 16.1" / 410mm
5.0 space: 24mm
Crook space: 65mm
Headtube angle: 82.5å¡
Headtube height: 4.3" / 109mm
Headtube manufacturing process: Forged
Wheel compatibility: 120mm / Radix
The Return of Addict!By: NootScoots on 9 January 2018After going quiet in the scene for a number of years, Addict has come back stronger than ever, which shows in the new Blacksmith deck. In the current trend of decks that are more square than quadrilaterals, the Blacksmith stays true to form and has peg-friendly dropouts and a cut-out necktube; very reminiscent of the Addict OG deck in some cases. A lot of people will not approve of its bottom width of 3.7 inches (94mm), but remember that most people that purchase this deck will ride it with pegs. All in all, it is very hard to fault this deck for what it is: the return of scootering's strongest brands.