I'll echo 2ftandjunky's question Chris.
Any more durable than rf?
I know you've said "to offer a different asthetic without changing the performance and durability" above but I'm hoping for a deck less prone to heel denting and pressure dents on the bottom than the usual rf construction.
My interest are focused on the Baked potato atm.
Seen a few posts about people having their white rapidfires snap when duck diving. Dont get me wrong I love Firewires but I'm wondering as this is the first batch of white rapidfires, is there some more development to be done to get it right? Could Chris (well informed leg end) or anyone else let us know how durable the white rapidfire is in their experience? Bamboo vs man made materials, tensile strength I imagine will vary between the two despite them being closely linked performance wise. I have just ordered a Potatonator and prefer the look of the white rapidfire however I am concerned about possible durability issues. So White rapidfire vs rapidfire? I know it might be like asking who's your favourite child lol! But new boards don't come cheap :)
White seems better to me so far.
the WRF seems cooler! And you can draw on it! :D