** ships for free and fully assembled **
Built to get around on and basically have fun!
This is the 36 inch version, smaller and more compact than it's bigger sister.
The drop through shape lowers the board which makes it easier to push and more stable. When you stand on this deck, you immediately feel the design on your feet. The low concave allows the edges to grip your toes and heel, making carving fun and pumping a lot easer. The shorter wheelbase takes a bit of the flex away that the Revel 39 has, but you still get a small amount, which makes pushing and carving really enjoyable.
The trucks are Caliber II which are one of our most popular premium trucks. Rated the best truck for general longboarding, freeride and downhill.
Even though it is a smaller deck, the trucks and wheels are all the same. Wheels are Prism 69mm 78a sharp edge which grip in a carving, forgiving on rough surfaces but still push fast when you need it.
All that longboarding goodness wrapped up in a beautiful design. Constructed with bamboo and maple. The bamboo top sheet has a clear spray on grip that highlights the amazing woodgrain.
The benefits of the smaller board is it has a tighter carve, more maneuverable. Good choice for commuting in busy places.
There are not many boards we sell that look good and perform even better!
For beginners and younger skaters
For teenagers, or women getting started, a smaller deck will not feel like a big boat. They're lighter weight and you can easily turn and carve. Bigger boards are easier to start pushing on but eventually everyone wants to carve and slide. A smaller board is lighter and easier to advance on.
Long distance pushing
Drop thru decks are usually a sort after feature for LDP. This deck will get you into the sport without breaking the bank.
Freeride and slide
Not the best board to do fast freeride on, but you can bomb hills comfortably on this board. The truck placement will make it easier to push the board into a slide. The wheels are ground, and the urethane has an easy initiation into a slide.
Commuting or University/college/school
As we mentioned above, a smaller board is awesome in the city. You can dodge pedestrians, you can jump the gutter and skate on the road. When you have to go into the subway to catch a train, the lighter deck makes it easier, especially in peak hour. At university, you'll appreciate the more compact size, like when you have to hide it in the lecture room, so the professor doesn't see it and want to try and skate.
What about the art???
The graphics for this deck were done by Sydney artist Mulga. All of Mulga's animal characters have names and he writes poetry about them. We checked out his website and maybe this is Michael the Owl? Part of the fun of this deck is finding out more on the origin of the art, discover the poetry! Get Mulga to sign your deck at one of his market stalls, maybe he'll recite a poem.
Length: 36 inch (91cm)
Width: 9.2 inch (23.4 cm)
Wheelbase 26.5 inch (67.3cm)
This longboard complete comes assembled and ready to skate out of the box. Comes with
10″ 50° Caliber II trucks
69mm 78a Prism Wheels
Blood Orange Bearings