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The first thing that will jump out at you is the hyper aggressive arch on the spine of this board, convex camber accents the gently concaved rails, giving the deck the appearance of a board ready to spring. The wheels, sit on trucks mounted at the very edged of the decks nose and tail, aggressive swept in rails meet the mounting points of the nose and tail, bringing to mind images of a drag pacer with its paws down to the ground gripping the pavement. Flipped on its back a simple graphic adorns its belly. The pricetag is $300 for a complete off the loaded website.
Wondering how to longboard slide? There are a number of different types of longboard slides; some of the favorites are the toeslide, heelslide and Coleman slide. Longboarders generally agree that the slide is the best way to reduce speed and stop.
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You must provide your color choice for pucks!! If you do not provide a color choice for your pucks the default color will be WHITE and that is what you will recieve. current color choices are red, blue , purple, green , white. contact me with your color choice Either in "note to seller" when checking out OR "contact seller" and send me a message through ebay * For those with smaller hands or you have your own gloves , pucks only are available for the same price WITH industrial strength velcro (this replaces the gloves which comes out approx the same price + as the gloves) please inquire. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
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The one that started it all. Symmetrical shape and stance for a balanced center of gravity to increase the ability to weight the deck through turns for better control and energy generation. The sidecuts allow for decreased torsional stiffness between the feet to exploit the board's torsional energy to allow for greater nuances in the turning radius. The Vanguard was designed and intended for speeds between 0 and 25 mph (0-40km/hr).
75mm tall with a Contact Patch (width of wheel in contact with ground) of 56mm. Available in 3 durometers: 80a (Orange--softest), 83a (Purple--harder), and 86a (Yellow--hardest). These wheels are intended for grippy hard carving, pumping and speed.