Shredtown Presents: Pallets

December 6 2012


Let's talk about creativity. The crew at Shredtown take things to a whole new level and are constantly re-inventing the sport every time they do... well... just about anything. Take this video for example, the Shredtown crew built this entire setup with nothing but a drill and some shipping pallets. Red Bull did something higher end with Wakelab a few years ago, but that cost over $1 million. There are better wake riders, there are better rail riders but there are no riders more original than the Shredtown crew. We could not be more excited to have Chris Abadie, Davis Griffin and Andrew Adams on the BoardCo Pro Team.  Do yourself a favor and check out every video they've ever made, we promise you won't be sorry.

Check out the all new Shredtown Wakeboard and Shredtown Bindings available at BoardCo.com.


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