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ADVANCED


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Liquid Force Artist Series

LTD ARTIST SERIES RAPH

RAPH DEROME PRO MODEL PARK BOARD

Art By: Thomas Gachet
www.toma-art.net
@tomagachet

French Canadian, Raph Derome, partnered up with French artist and graphic designer, Thomas “Toma” Gachet. Toma gets his artistic inspiration from the mountains and lakes.

With a black pen in his hand and feeding off the wolf theme of the inline Raph, Toma created this one of a kind graphic that encompasses the full realm of Raph Derome.
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  • Full Rounded Thumbtail Shape – 142, 147 & 152cm
  • Progressive, Three Stage Rocker
  • LF FlexTrackTM System
  • FSCTM Certified Full Wood CNC’d Core
  • Finless Single Concave Hull
  • Edge Channels & Concaved Beveled Rail
  • Triax Glass Layup
  • New 2D FlexZoneTM Tip Sections
  • Compatible w/ all Bindings; Optimized with 4DTM
Size Length Width Rocker Stance Range Rider Weight Rocker Type Core

142

55.9"
142.0 cm
17.1"
43.3 cm
2.7"
6.9 cm
20.7 - 26.0” 4D / 22.2 - 25.0" 6X
52.7 - 66.0 cm 4D / 56.5 - 63.5 cm
130 - 200 lbs
59 - 91 kg
Progressive 3 Stage All-Wood CNC'd

147

57.9"
147.0 cm
17.2”
43.8 cm
2.8"
7.1 cm
21.2 - 26.5” 4D / 22.7 - 25.5" 6X
54.0 - 67.3 cm 4D / 57.8 - 64.8 cm
150 - 230 lbs
68 - 105 kg
Progressive 3 Stage All-Wood CNC'd

152

59.8"
152.0 cm
17.3"
43.9 cm
2.9"
7.4 cm
21.7 - 27.0” 4D / 23.2 - 26.0" 6X
55.2 - 68.6 cm 4D / 59.0 - 66.0 cm
170 - 240+ lbs
77 - 109+ kg
Progressive 3 Stage All-Wood CNC'd
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About the Art

Thomas Gachet
www.toma-art.net
@tomagachet

ABOUT THE ARTIST

From his earliest childhood in the depths of his native Tarentaise where he started by scribbling on his fathers slippers, until today, Toma has always drawn on everything that came to hand. From the simple white framed sheet, to the canvas he hangs proudly in his living room, through the garden gnomes, walls, skis, skates... his style fits and is everywhere. Born with a pair of skis in one hand and a pen in the other, he has developed a black and white personal graphical universe over the years. He finds his inspiration through culture, old photographic cliches, and music. All in the natural elements of his Savoyard environment. Characterized by his graphic traits, his deformed characters are often twisted with impassive faces, unfettered by all emotion and proportions. His style plunges us into a universe where everything is possible, and where everyone has the freedom to interpret their own vision of the world. All armed with his hands and a simple black pen.