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Crash Test Dummies Green Slide Pucks

£ 22.00

(2 customer reviews)

Features:

  • Two (2) CTD Slide Pucks
  • Size: 95 x 20mm
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Crash Test Dummies Green Slide Pucks

“Developed in Scotland, for demanding skaters on gnarly roads (all we have), these pucks will give you a durable, smooth slide where others won’t.

If you suffer from:

  • Melting pucks (high speed affects some)
  • Snagging pucks (sharp edges + rough terrain does that)
  • Quick wear (thin pucks)
  • Caught fingers (ouch!)
  • Worn glove fingertips (eventually… ouch!)

The new CTD pucks are an evolution. Like the new 2019 Gnarly Gloves, the new CTD pucks combine all the lessons learnt from all the previous versions. Utilising the same material that you love and lasts forever, they are now 95mm diameter, 20mm thick, but this time with a new bevel shape that will ensure there is always an angle down to the velcro, so you don’t hang up on cracks The blue ones have a grippier initial feel, the green ones more slippery. But both have the same predictable feel at higher speeds.

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2 reviews for Crash Test Dummies Green Slide Pucks

  1. Philippe DUPUIS

    I’ve been using black Mega CTDs for 4 years or more, that is to say two sets of them only. I ride quite frequently and go to 5 to 7 freeride events a year. They were long lasting and so efficient in size and thickness.
    First testing today of these new green CTD pucks on a home spot (22-14 %, rough and catchy pavement on the upper part, smooth and buttery on the bottom part). My style of ride is quite oldschool, very much leaned into curves and weighting on palms.
    Was not sure of the ‘small’ initial contact surface due to the huge bevel. But it works really great, even when you hit a manhole cover or a pothole, the puck doesn’t get caught and the velcro is so powerfull. Sounds silly, but on some wild roads losing a puck due to a faulty scratch does not sound so cool. So here, just the perfect amount of slippery for those green new pucks, not slowing you down nor getting that scary icy feeling.
    Regarding the ‘non melting’ aspect, the slided surface doesn’t look exactly like the former black ones, they may wear away a bit differently than the old ones but I don’t remember either, as I use my present black set for two and a half years (and still have a bit of it !). Anyway those 20 millimeters should allow anyone to spent some good time …paws down !
    Put in few words, I should be a real fan of those new CTDs. No dragging fingers, steady hooking onto gloves, slow wear. Very achieved product indeed.

  2. Philippe DUPUIS

    I’ve been using black Mega CTDs for 4 years or more, that is to say two sets of them only. I ride quite frequently and go to 5 to 7 freeride events a year. They were long lasting and so efficient in size and thickness.
    First testing today of these new green CTD pucks on a home spot (22-14 %, rough and catchy pavement on the upper part, smooth and buttery on the bottom part). My style of ride is quite oldschool, very much leaned into curves and weighting on palms.
    Was not sure of the ‘small’ initial contact surface due to the huge bevel. But it works really great, even when you hit a manhole cover or a pothole, the velcro is powerfull and the puck doesn’t get caught. Sounds silly, but on some wild roads losing a puck due to a faulty scratch does not sound so cool. So here, just the perfect amount of slippery for those green new pucks, not slowing you down nor getting that scary icy feeling. When time goes by, the puck wear is balanced by the increasing surface, which guarantees you feel the same sensation under your glove. Brilliant.
    Regarding the ‘non melting’ aspect, the slided surface doesn’t look exactly like the former black ones, they may wear away a bit differently than the old ones but I don’t remember either, as I use my present black set for two and a half years (and still have a bit of it !). Anyway those 20 millimeters should allow anyone to spent some good time …paws down !
    Put in few words, I should be a real fan of those new CTDs. No dragging fingers, steady hooking onto gloves, slow wear. Very achieved product indeed.

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