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Gold Coast Slapstick Cruiser

$134.95

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    For the laid-back lifestyle.

    Keep your skating lighthearted with the GoldCoast Slapstick Cruiser. A sturdy seven-ply maple deck with a kicktail and bigger, softer wheels make the Slapstick the perfect board for late night beer runs, mellow mini sessions, and casual campus cruising.
    • Seven-ply maple with exotic wood micro-ply
    • Century trucks
    • 90a bushings
    • Burnout wheels
    • ABEC 7 bearings
    • Gripped, assembled, and ready to ride
    • Item #GLC000B

    Tech Specs

    Deck Material
    7-ply Canadian maple
    Deck Length
    31 in
    Deck Width
    8 in
    Wheelbase
    14.25 in
    Wheel Type
    Burnouts
    Wheel Size
    57 mm
    Wheel Durometer
    85 A
    Bearings
    ABEC 7
    Trucks
    Century 129mm
    Recommended Use
    cruising
    Manufacturer Warranty
    3 years

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    First time riding a gold coast

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I bought this as a christmas present for myself and from first impressions I love it. I have never ridden a Gold Coast board before, mostly Arbor and Santa Cruz, but I wanted to get a cruiser from gold coast as they are a local company. So far the board seems awesome, unfortunately, I havent really been able to ride due to getting it in December in Utah, but the weight and size seems great. Its not super big and wide like some cruisers (which helps keep the weight down) but its also not super small either. Its a perfect size for crusing around and with a little tightening of the trucks, this board could totally be ridden like a skateboard. The board seems pretty sturdy, and the components on it seem nice enough. Overall, I am impressed so far. Wish I could comment on how it rides, but I have to wait for the snow to melt. I would recommend for anyone looking to get a fun cruiser.