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Hop on the Arbor Waterman Longboard and carve down to the river to make some history with your friends. When you accept any dare that involves nudity, remember that people will talk about it for years to come. The Arbor Waterman’s concave shape and reverse rocker cut turns like a dolphin through water. A recycled-glass re-grip prevents you from slipping into traffic (and reveals the naked wood underneath your feet).

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5 5

Awesome Board

I bought this board being pretty skeptical of how thin itis but that's just why it goes so fast. I've hit some amazing hills with my waterman and man does this thing fly! So far I've never had wheel wabble because it feels so stable. All in all, it carves great, goes fast, and rides smooth.

is the board complete or not? in the specs...

is the board complete or not? in the specs you list trucks, wheels, bearings, however the picture is of a deck only... so confused.

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well its under the complete longboard section, and on the side it says it has gullwing 9 inch, abec 5 bearings, and some generic arbor wheel. so ya. confusing picture though

would this board be good for riding around...

would this board be good for riding around town and college campus?

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i have a very similar board and that's pretty much all i use it for.

"reverse rocker" = camber?

"reverse rocker" = camber?

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Touche. This is convave. I believe they're talking about the "reverse sidecut" of the deck. Weird though.

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the board has a ply of fiber glass in it and they made it cambered so that it has a lot of flex.

What's the approxamate length of this...

What's the approxamate length of this board?