Size and Shape
First and foremost, let’s consider the size and the shape. If you are a street skateboarder, then you already know how this is going to pop and feel. The concave on Toy machine skateboards has never been deep, and in this case, you get that same late 1990s type of shape. The Toy Machine Skateboards 2016 Lutheran Peeper Creeper Skateboard Deck is 8.0 x 31.75 and it feels a little lighter than others. Maybe that’s just a perception problem, maybe it’s just that I was wide awake when trying to test it. I don’t know. Overall, a good size, not too big with a 8.0 clearance that is just right for street skating.
The graphics on the 2016 Toy Machine skateboards line up has been a mix of traditional Templeton style, and some quirks here and there. For the Toy Machine Skateboards 2016 Lutheran Pepper Creeper Skateboard Deck, you’re going to find that Daniel Lutheran has a twisted solution. It’s a “creeper” vibe, with a dude looking at some women in the nude. Classic! Animal House comes to mind with this one, which is a solid solution from the Toy Machine line up.
Overall Board Feel
The overall board feel is good. I think that the 1990s shapes are alive and well today because they just work. This reminds me a lot of my last Shorty’s Muska deck I owned. I bought all 5 or 6 of the shapes back then, and skated the 7.75 x 31 for a long time. Whatever the case is, the feel on this Daniel Lutheran pro model skateboard is good. I was able to flip, pop, and even slide with ease.
The Bottom Line About The Toy Machine Skateboards 2016 Lutheran Peeper Creeper Skateboard Deck
At the end of the day, you’re going to find that the Toy Machine Skateboards 2016 Lutheran Peeper Creeper Skateboard Deck is a solid deck. It’s priced at full retail because it just came out in 2016, but it’s good. If you’re in the marketing for a Toy Machine deck, then you gotta check this pro model out. Support Daniel Lutheran, and get hyped on Toy Machine’s 2016 line up. You can buy Toy Machine Skateboards 2016 Lutheran Pepper Creeper Skateboard Decks by clicking here.