This hybrid between a mountainboard and a longboard is great for both on-road travels and occasional off-road ventures. The high rebound tires and specially designed deck and trucks ensures comfortable rides on both scenarios.
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Pro High quality, durable bearings
This longboard is equipped with ABEC 9 bearings, which are more than capable of ensuring a smooth ride. They are specially shielded to prevent dirt from ruining its effectiveness overtime.
Pro Wheels have enough grip to handle rough, lumpy paths
This board uses special high rebound polyurethane wheels with a layered design, which creates edges on the wheels. These, together with the rebounding material, help create enough grip for off-road riding. The wheels are also large enough to easily overcome uneven footpaths, tree roots, and other obstacles.
Pro Deck is perfect both for high-speeds and off-road riding
This longboard's deck is made from laminated maple and is covered with a pitch black coating similar to carbon fiber. It has a lowered design, but because of its large wheels, the deck still stands higher from the ground than classic longboards. This design's low center of gravity helps maintain stability at high speeds and, at the same time, it's still high enough for off-road riding.
Con No bindings or brakes and no way of adding them
Unlike many competitor boards, this longboard has no bindings or brakes, and there is no easy way to add them.
Con Noisy on tarmac roads
Because of its deck's layered design, riding this board on tarmac roads produces and annoying rattling noise.
Con Expensive tires
The tires are very expensive to replace, costing around $70 dollars.