For those unfamiliar, Public is a project of Joe Sexton's and Darrell Mathes'. They're making a solid product. Darrell's first pro model landed a Good Wood award, FT. And for its first try, it's quite proper. The Display's predominantly flat profile, with a touch of early rise in the tip and tail provide a predictable ride that testers appreciated both on the ground and in the air—as well as when put to metal. One seasoned tester referred to the Display as "well executed design," elaborating that, "Everything works well together to create a nice park board. It's a perfect example of what Darrell does on a board—smooth rails and solid jumps." Another explained the board as such: "It's on the stiffer end of the spectrum for butters and presses, but the result is the snap out of them, which is great! The Display is stable on jumps as well." But perhaps it was one rider that summed it up best, asserting that, "This board kicks more as then Van Damme."
Length (cm) –Waist Width (cm)
Camber: Hybrid—flat to rocker in the tip and tail
Shape: True Twin
(Flex is not standardized and differs by brand. The rating here is the best estimate of the board's flex.)