It seems like a typical skateboard – the one that kids can use and execute some basic tricks with. Except, the Morf Board will also turn into a kick scooter, a bouncing platform, and a balance board, letting you utilize the same deck for various kinds of play.
The deck on this board features two large holes on both sides which makes it look like a damaged skateboard deck if unassembled. The two big holes are actually there in order to plug them in with one of the appropriate add-ons that instantly convert the deck into something completely new.
The holes on the Morf Board are suitable for the “lock-and-release” system, which will let you easily put a module on the holes and flip it 90 degrees to snug it in position. The flex trigger locks the component in securely, so you can skate, scoot, and bounce around.
To skate, you connect a truck-and-wheels component on each of the two holes, instantly switching the deck into an effective skateboard. It makes use of solid aluminum alloy trucks to make sure it can grind just like a typical skateboard, along with strengthened rails so you may use it for slides without being concerned about inflicting serious damage. Given that it’s for youngsters, it utilizes bigger and softer wheels than normal skateboards, which will help make it more receptive in the course of trips, together with ABEC-5 bearings for dependable overall performance.