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This skateboard from Bestial Wolf is designed for street and ramps!
It has a 7-layer wooden deck, which has a long lifetime. There are lots of concave that gives the skateboard a good pop. Additionally, there are mounted good ABEC-9 bearings, which gives you a great feeling when you roll down the streets. There is also very durable aluminum trucks, mounted on the skateboard.
This skateboard is perfect for beginners!
- Length: 80 cm (31.5")
- Width: 20,32 cm (8")
- Wheelbase: 40 cm (15.75")
- Deck material: Maple
- Concave: Small
- Flex: Stiff
- Deck form: Twintip, with kicktail
- Deck curve: Flat
- Weight: 2500 grams
- Wheel edge: Square edge
- Wheel: 53 mm
- Wheels hardness: 99 A
- Bearings: ABEC-9
- Truck: 5.25" Aluminium Trucks
- Truck mounting: Top-Mounted
- Griptape: Soft
Concave is the inward curvature of Deck's surface. It helps to lock your feet firmly to the deck and thus provides better grip.
The flex of a board are an expression of stiffness. Stiff boards have a very fast steering and provides stability and control, which is suitable for Sliding
Longboard decks are available in many different forms. Twintipboards is symmetrical and can ride equally in both directions and is therefore good for Slides, Freeride, Freestyle. Pintail boards is inspired by surf boards, with narrow ends and is suitable for cruising. Directional boards can have different shapes, but are directional, which is often used for Downhill and cruising. Longboards can furthermore have kicktails, making it possible to pop a board and thus do tricks etc.
The curve of a deckers an be analyzed from the side and are important for what the board will be used to. A Flat deck is an all-round deck that is not specialized to a particular category.
Bearings are divided into ABEC. High ABEC values mean that the bearing is made with more precision and therefore better quality. It is recommended that your ABEC-value is higher for higher speeds and lower if your wheel will have a lot of impact.
Trucks come in different shapes and with different angles. Higher angles are designed for more carvingturns and lower angles are intended for fewer turns.
There are two ways to mount a truck. Top Mounted trucks are mounted on the underside of the deck, while the drop-through truck is passing through the deck. Topmounted trucks are mostly used for freestyle and cruising boards. Drop through gives the board a lower center of gravity and can be used for all riding styles.