SoSeo: i have subscribed!! but i dooo have a question;; i have NEVER skateboarded in my life but i was thinking of getting a nickel over the penny cause of your video on comparing the two and it has a more stable stance............ but i really wanted the portable one, (the penny) so i WAS thinking of buying two! bit now that i see this vid, i'm starting to think the organic is a better replacement than the nickel, because it has a smoother ride and it is portable! so is it a better replacement than the nickel??? plz help me! i don't care about the price! i just want a reallly cool board to ride around campus!
Austin Smallworlds: I have a tie dye. Does it count as original?
Error 404: currently on the penny customizer you can use the organic colors but do you know if there organic or original?
Ethan Powell: The Penny Organic. For those who bury there old boards?
Misaki Hasuno: Agh the placement of the grip tape for the original board during the comparison is driving my OCD insane XD
Adam Davidson: I would say the real one
italy milanese: Hey! Can u do a review of the globe bantam st camo please???
LetsGoKhan: You do realize that plastic is not biodegradable at all, right? It just breaks down into microscopic plastic pieces, so both of these boards are not biodegradable, but the organic might just break down quicker than the original.
kenisinoregon: Hey I have a question about the penny board. My friend owns a fake penny and I was considering to buy a penny too but I was wondering if it is worth the extra money to get the real one or get the cheap fake ones. I have ridden my friend's and the ride is not very smooth but the plastic is pretty durable. I really want to know if it is worth spending $100 for the real penny or should i get the fake for around $40? Thanks