Tales of the undead consuming the blood of living beings have been found in nearly every culture of the world for centuries.
Today, we know these entities predominantly as Vampires, marketing fodder for pre-teen girls and the catalyst of a billion-dollar consumer marketplace.
In ancient times, the term Vampire did not exist; blood drinking and similar activities were attributed to mythological unseen spirits. But, in the 18th century Vampires revealed themselves. There was a frenzy of sightings in Eastern Europe, with frequent accounts of staking and grave digging to identify and kill the potential revenants.
Despite being called the Age of Enlightenment, during which most folkloric legends were quelled, the belief in Vampires increased dramatically at this time resulting in what could only be called a mass hysteria throughout most of the known world.
Do you like certain attributes of both traditional and reverse camber boards and are having a hard time deciding which one to pick? We’ve heard that quite a bit over the last year and considering the overwhelming success of our Mid Life Zero, we have zeroed out the camber on another one of our classic shapes for 2012.
The Outdoor Living’s zero camber offers the stable feel of a traditional running length while feeling slightly looser and easier to ride. Without going full rocker, they feel poppy, fun and catch-free while cruising around the park. These durable, responsive freestyle boards have a classic, true-twin shape that can match everything you’ve got, at a price you can afford.
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