STEREO SOUND WEAVE TECHNOLOGY: TOMMY FYNN
A few weeks ago we announced that Australia’s Tommy Fynn was the newest am on Stereo and premiered his welcome video. Tommy’s skill is undeniable; if anyone is going to put a board through a true test it’s him. This latest commercial illustrates just that. Tommy does a fine job of testing out Stereo’s new Sound Weave Technology at Stoner Park in Los Angeles.
Sound Weave is a premium quality Tri-Axel fibreglass weave applied to the top layer of the deck with epoxy resin glue and electro statically charged for better adhesion. This enhanced top layer increases lifespan, durability, and pop. Tommy describes it as “strong, stiff, even the noise when you’re popping sounds really crispy.” I’ll take Tommy’s word for it, he rattled off a slew of grind variations down the hubba in what seemed like a matter of minutes. I wasn’t there, but he’s wearing the same clothes and has barely broken a sweat by the end of the clip. I think it’s safe to assume that those tricks were fairly easy for him.
Stereo’s Sound Weave boards are available now at finer shops around the world. Based on Tommy’s performance, I’d say that they’re worth a try. Stereo co-founder Chris Pastras had this to say about this new deck technology, "with the level of skateboarding constantly being pushed to the limit, its only right we constantly push and develop Stereo products. Sound Weave decks are stronger, last longer, and have more pop...period!"