Royal Trucks Review with Nate Hoover

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Fresh from the Crailtap camp is a redesigned, reworked and highly improved Royal truck. Out-dating previous models, these new trucks are made from a higher-quality alloy with improved geometry and design; meaning a better grinding, better turning and longer lasting truck. But those are all just words until you bolt ’em on and skate ’em, so we had our boy Nate Hoover put the new and improved Royal’s to the test. Nate definitely put these trucks through their paces for our Royal Trucks review, and we’re stoked to say that they held up and skated just as well as any of the other top truck brands out. But don’t just take our word for it, peep the vid then pick up a set to try for yourself!

New Royal Standard Trucks: Stirred in the Front-Burner

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Royal Standard Trucks homeDid anyone else forget Royal still made trucks? With distributers like NHS and Delux reigning the truck world for decades now, it’s easy for Crailtap’s quiet Royal Trucks to get cold on the back-burner. Fortunately for Crailtap, they have a solid group of dudes working and skating for them (Ty Evans, Spike Jonze, Mike Carroll, Jerry Hsu, Guy Mariano, Mike Mo… just to name a small handful). When they want to bring quality to the table, they can. 2015 is the year of Royal Trucks. A totally renovated Royal Truck that’s easily on the level or your favorite Independent or Thunder Truck is now on the market in the form of the new Royal Standard Trucks. Peep these upgrades.

Crispy New New | Xavier’s Complete Skateboard

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This weeks Crispy New New comes via Xavier from California, he sure knows how to pick em. Riding on the all-new Royal Trucks, a rad board from Chocolate, 3D hardware plus some other choice components from Gold, Girl, Diamond and Black Magic, this setup is totally sick.