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New 2016 Boards


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Great video Mitch. Is that first board new in the lineup?

It's the 2016 Factor. There will be two color options next year, and that is one of them.

At the very end of the video there is a brief glimpse of the line up. But it does show the other colors for the agent, factor, and factor pcx. Those three models will have two color options for next year and they look killer.

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Seems like the industry is leaning more to the skim style boards, Hope our dealer will carry a few of these so we can demo them, Hard to shell out 6 to 800.00 for something I would not like riding..

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  • 6 months later...

You posted the pics 19 hours ago. How come I don't see a review yet? :whistle:

Seriously, I'd like to know what you think it and any differences from last year's model?

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It's the same as last year besides graphic and traction, so I love it haha. It's been my favorite shape for a few years now. 

I'm really stoked on the green tint on the top. It doesn't photograph well, but looks awesome in the sun. You get the carbon fiber look while still having some color. 

The new traction has a higher kick pad and better arch. I used to always use an after market tail pad, but I won't anymore. It's really comfortable and grippy. 

These are off a GoPro from yesterday




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Mitch - are the Victoria boards still produced in the U.S.?  Everything seems a little different this year....fewer sizes, limited colours, etc.  

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5 hours ago, CrystalSurf said:

Mitch - are the Victoria boards still produced in the U.S.?  Everything seems a little different this year....fewer sizes, limited colours, etc.  

They are all still built in SoCal. The line is more refined which keeps the quality higher than ever, less wait times, and you can now find the boards in more shops throughout the US and Canada. 

Custom Factors and Factor PCXs are still available to order through any dealer though 

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