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This board features the Matrix II channel truck system, one of the most advanced trucks from MBS. Its especially designed plastic truck top and CroMoly 12mm axles makes it light and, at the same time, very strong and solid. This enables riders to perform even the most extreme tricks with confidence. See More
The Comp 95 uses the ShockBlock suspension system, which is much lighter than traditional spring shocks. Additionally, it offers a very wide and independent heel and toe resistance adjustment range, so you can fine tune it for high speed carving or freestyle riding. See More
This longboard uses F5 adjustable ratchet straps, with additional second level adjustment. This helps adjust the bindings precisely for each individual foot. Foot release is easy and quick, thanks to the cleverly designed ratchet buckle release. See More
This board's deck is made from maple wood, without added composite materials. While this makes the deck cheap and light, it isn’t as durable as decks made with composite materials. It's still durable enough for most beginners, but advanced riders are better off getting a composite board. See More
The plastic hubs on this board are very light, but don't have the best durability, so they are almost exclusively only suited for beginners that will not do crazy jumps or high speed carving. Experienced riders wanting to use high pressure tires should consider getting better hubs. See More
There is no suspension system on this board, only a rubber bushing between the top truck and axle. Even though they are good enough for beginners, when compared to suspension systems, rubber bushings are less precise, more wobbly, and need to be bought in different stiffness variants for each riding situation. See More