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Gold Coast The Addax Drop Through Complete Longboard

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Push-powered lowrider.

It's summertime and you're in no hurry, so take it easy and cruise the streets on your Gold Coast The Addax Drop Through Complete Longboard to get where you're going. Its light and flexible bamboo hybrid construction offers an easy-going feel, and the drop-through design keeps your feet closer to the ground for better stability when you decide to bomb a hill.
  • Easy-riding board for cruising the streets
  • Drop-through design increases stability at speed
  • Maple/bamboo hybrid deck is light and flexible
  • Shred Boots wheels offer grip and a smooth ride
  • Gold Coast VHS bearings keep you moving
  • Lucid grip tape keeps your feet planted
  • Item #GLC001H

Tech Specs

Deck Material
5-ply bamboo/maple hybrid
Deck Length
38
Deck Width
10 in
Wheelbase
31.5
Wheel Type
Shred Boots
Wheel Size
70 mm
Wheel Durometer
85 a
Bearings
Gold Coast VHS
Trucks
Century Reverse Kingpin 177mm
Recommended Use
cruising, downhill
Manufacturer Warranty
3 years

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I've had a few different Goldcoast boards over the years. I haven't longboarded in a while and decided to get a drop deck this time instead of a pin tail like I normally ride. This board is a blast! Super fun for carving, but be warned it is soft. I'm 6'1" 145lbs and this board toes the line of being to soft. The softness does make it a bit hard to maintain stability when bombing longer hills. If you aren't super experienced on a board I would recommend something stiffer for a bit more stability. If you're looking for a light weight fun board for carving medium slope hills I'd definitely recommend it.