Patrick ‘P-Swiss’ Switzer is well known in longboarding for being one of the fastest men in downhill and one hell of a nice guy. The 2011 World Cup Series Champion came on board with Rayne in 2012 looking for a tribe to ride with and some gold standard quality boards under his feet.
Patrick worked with Rayne founder and lead designer Graham Buksa to create his pro-model boards the Fortune and Misfortune. Based on the elegantly simple Vandal, Patrick and Graham tweaked it into 2 new
Kyle Wester grew up and cut their teeth on the raw hills of the Colorado Rockies. A long time staple on the IDF circuit podiums and winning force at Teutonia, Kyle keeps on picking up steam finishing 2014 ranked 7th in the world.
Kyle has classic big man style, powering through turns and courses on the way to the podium. He finds himself at home on the fat bottom Vandal, a board tough enough to handle everything Kyle throws at it.
George ‘G-Mack’ Mackenzie likes to play it low key, that way by the time you know he’s passing you it’s way too late. George hasn’t been racing much over the last year, but he hasn’t lost any of his stealthy skills as he’s been banging out runs at his local favorites and making some time to get in front of the camera.
George jumped on Rayne in 2012 and we released his pro model board in 2014. Working with Rayne founder and head designer, Graham Buksa, George created a board that is as much a riddle as he is (an enigma wrapped in a riddle, really); symmetrically asymmetrical, the G-Mack is as comfortable regular as it is switch – just like its namesake.