Product DescriptionSurf where you live! the all new Rip surf - designed in Southern California. The ripsurf's patented design allows riders to carve and cut like a real surfboard, but on dry land. Riding on two high-performance caster wheels and an authentically styled polypropylene deck, this is one ride-on that's ready to make waves! features a lightweight one-piece fiber-reinforced industrial-grade polymer construction, textured traction pad deck with kick tail and inclined 360-degree urethane caster wheels. Free inside - extra wheel and stickers. No assembly required. Recommended for ages 8 and older and will support a rider up to 220 pounds. The buyer and rider of the Razor Rip surf are responsible for knowing and obeying all local, state and federal regulations regarding the riding and use of all Razor scooters.
- The ripsurf's patented design allows riders to carve and cut like a Real surfboard, but on Dry land
- Patented ripstik One-piece torsion Technology
- Features a lightweight single piece fiber-reinforced, industrial-grade Polymer construction and textured traction pad deck with kick tail
- Inclined 360-degree urethane caster wheels
- Recommended for ages 8 and up; supports riders up to 220 pounds
Top ReviewsIt really does move like a surfboard!! Wish it came in more colors though.
by Dante (5 out of 5 stars)
March 6, 2017
I'm a guy in his 30's, and I love riding this thing. I've been an avid skateboarder for the past 20 years, and I've tried nearly every alternative to the traditional skateboard there is - I've tried longboard skateboards, freebords, snakeboards, etc. The Ripsurf is without question my favorite and is by far the most fun board I've ever ridden on the street. I bought this for myself and it's honestly why of my favorite purchases ever. I can't believe there isn't more hype and awareness surrounding this product. It really does feel and move just like a surfboard!!! Some reviewers complained about the board moving too slow. I'm guessing they never figured out how to ride it all that well. It takes a few days to get used to, but once you get the hang of it this thing carves like butter and zips through flat ground pretty fast. I don't understand how this board hasn't gained more popularity. Couldn't recommend this board enough. My only complaint is the lack of colors to choose from - wish it came in black.
Creaky wheel, more physically demanding than Ripstik, but otherwise pretty good
by KJ (2 out of 5 stars)
August 20, 2018
Less than a week after I received this and started riding, the back wheel began creaking. It is quite loud, and I can feel it creaking through my back leg. Seemingly, it has made it a bit more difficult to "pedal", slowing me down. I could try using the replacement wheel or maybe some WD-40, but it's still upsetting how early this thing is breaking down. I'm unsure whether it's the wheel itself, the swivel trucks, or even the plastic frame itself. The noise only occurs when I am riding, presumably because I need sufficient weight to get the creaking to begin. See the video I've uploaded.
If it weren't for this annoying issue, I'd give this product a 4-5 star. The only other "problem" with the Ripsurf is that it's more physically demanding than a Ripstik. The frame is much more rigid than a Ripstik, meaning that pivoting back and forth requires more work. That said, I'm getting used to it and my feet are cramping less often. Also, as advertised, carving on the Ripsurf is pretty darn fun. Carving is more dramatic than a Ripstick, and it feels great to throw your weight around, weaving on the pavement. Unfortunately, given how much more difficult it is to "pedal", it feels cooler than it looks. To an onlooker, you're only going at a jogging pace. You won't want to ride this on a steep hill, given that the only way to brake is to jump off, and you can't ride this up an incline (I'd say) more than 15 degrees. So on a flat surface, although you'll feel awesome, you'll look a bit silly. Then your feet will cramp if you try to go fast for any extended period of time. Then again, maybe this has something to do with the creaking issue I am having; perhaps it is slowing down my Ripsurf more significantly than I realize.
Anyways, I recommend this product for someone lighter and smaller than I am. It could address all the issues I described above. Maybe the creaking began because I am too heavy (190 lbs.) - even though the product description says it supports up to 220 lbs. A lighter person may find it easier to "pedal", because they have less mass to accelerate. In turn, they may also be able to reach a higher top speed, solving the "silly-looking" issue. So, in conclusion, the product is defective for me, but maybe it would better suit a younger, lighter demographic.
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by Dante (5 out of 5 stars)
October 10, 2017
I'm 40+ year old Mom watching my kids tear it up with their ripstiks. Decided I wanted to feel young again and gave it a try. Have taken it to the skatepark a few times and I get teenagers and kids coming up to me and asking if they can try it. While it doesn't have the same flex as a ripstick, it is a blast to ride. I got the hang of it by using a pushbroom to balance.
It's like snowboarding on concrete! Super Fun!
by KJ (5 out of 5 stars)
January 1, 2018
This thing is absolutely fantastic! It's taken me about 4 hours to get the hang on it enough to feel comfortable. However, it's like really snowboarding! I moved from the mountains where I used to snowboard a few times a year, and I really longed to get back on the slope. This thing behaves like a snowboard! Turn your hips and point to where you want to go, and there you'll go! Down a hill this thing is really fun. However, unlike a traditional snowboard you can't kill speed by turning sideways (just something to note). I haven't yet found a good way to slow it down when bombing down a hill.
Still, get it! It's extremely fun!
by Juliet (5 out of 5 stars)
October 9, 2017
As a customer who first purchased the Ripstik, I can tell you that this is not the same. They're the same castor wheels and style, but this has the capability to go faster and make wider swivels when riding. My children, ages 9 and 13 both love it and both were pros after a week. They both highly recommend this line of toys. My younger daughter prefers the Ripstik because it's better for a smaller stance and it is more easily maneuverable for her, but my elder daughter prefers the Ripsurf. Both are great fun and are easy to get the hang of (for adults- with balance like my husband- and children!). Highly recommended!!
I have so much fun on this thing, and people love watching someone surf on the sidewalk.
by Kenix (5 out of 5 stars)
September 12, 2017
I lover this thing! It's very fun to ride, especially once you get a hang of the surf-like movement. I also get a lot of compliments and questions about it.
I take it with me almost everywhere, it's easy to carry and light.
Just watch out for cracks and WATCH IT ON HILLS. You gain speed really quickly and "braking" means hopping off the board.
Son loves it! So do the pro surfers! Buy it!
by Amazon Customer (5 out of 5 stars)
December 26, 2018
We live on the North Shore of Oahu. The VANS Tripoli Crown just happened so pro surfers were plenty! My son got this board signed by most them. Nearly all of them commented on his board and how they'd never seen anything like it before. He even got a shout out over the loud speakers for how many signatures he got. The board is holding up well even with a BIG 11 year old on it and several siblings wearing on it. I would TOTALLY buy this again.
I love it!
by Amazon Customer (5 out of 5 stars)
July 30, 2019
I have been skating for 42 years and surfing for 38 years, and this invention hits upon both of these needs. After a couple of hours and bruises, one may become comfortable winding one's way about and starting embellishing with a little bit of style. Just look at this low price for promises of many an endorphin spike. Pure, clean fun. Do it!
Just Buy It!
by Clayton Timmer (5 out of 5 stars)
August 2, 2017
My son absolutely obsessed over this board,to the point of watching YouTube demos over & over. He's 12yrs old and is somewhat athletic, build is tall & stocky. He did well on it after a short period, meaning an hour. Board does well inside & out. I believe one of the most well made toys Razor has made, I should know, I have 6 boys and have spent thousands on their products, and have returned a few. Good Luck, don't think about it, buy this board for your kid or even grown-up-kid. Fun & worth-it!
Best Board EVER!!!
by Matthew Savage (5 out of 5 stars)
September 1, 2017
SO FUN!!! I spent a couple days learning how to ride and turn, now I want to take this thing everywhere. It's very fun just to ride, more than a regular skateboard or long board. It feels like you're snowboarding or surfing on concrete. I'm going to ride this for years and years. Get one.
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