ROMP Shock Guard, Boosted Orange
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The ROMP Shock Guard is last bash guard you’ll ever need. Utilizing a highly resilient rubber, our in-house designed Shock Guard is developed to withstand the outdoor elements and the trials of daily commuting.
Our newest iteration now comes in a vibrant orange, paying homage to Boosted and those fantastically orange wheels (O'tang Kegels)!
Rain. Road Crud. Curb Smashes. You name it. It can handle it.
The ROMP Shock Guard replaces the stock risers on Boosted Boards and protects your deck in the event your board takes an unexpected run into the curb. It can also be an add-on accessory for many other e-boards brands as well!
What’s the difference between a tradition bash guard and the ROMP Shock Guard? The specially formulated rubber of the Shock Guard allows the already essential e-board accessory to have multiple functions.
Doubles as a Shock Pad: The ROMP Shock Guard will reduce road vibration and improve ride comfort.
Minimizes Impact Forces to Deck Screws: Unlike common plastic bumpers, the ROMP Shock Guard’s rubber formulation minimizes impact forces to the deck screws, adding more value to an already essential accessory.
Shatter-Proof: Your investment will remain protected, no matter how many curbs you throw at it.
Rest Your Board in Peace: When mounted as a tail guard, the rubber composition prevents your board from sliding and falling when vertically rested on a wall, particularly when rested on a hard, slick surface.
The Shock Guard is compatible with the following boards:
- Boosted Boards Stealth, Plus, V2 and V1 models. This product is NOT compatible with Boosted Mini S/X.
- Backfire boards Zealot, G2S, G2T, and G3 models. This product is NOT compatible with Zealot S due to deck length difference.
Exway Flex, X1 Pro Riot
Please Note: Longer Deck Screws are required when mounting the Shock Guard with the stock extended risers for Boosted riders (i.e. for those with XR batteries). We recommend 1.75'' to 2'' deck screws.
Need to mount the Shock Guard as a tail guard? See our “How To” Blog Post and guide.