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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. See More
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. See More
Straight out of the box, this board has very little customization options: you can change the board’s tires and little else. Theoretically, this can be fixed by drilling new holes for bindings and trucks, but considering the cost of doing that, you’ll be better off upgrading to a new, superior board. See More
The SDS 32'' is quite light and compact, when compared to other mountainboards, and can therefore be carried around easily. Like on skateboards, the grip tape covers the top of the board, so if you get tired of mountainboarding, you can take the bindings off and use it as an all-terrain longboard or a board for daily commutes. See More
This board uses ABEC 5 bearings, which aren’t the best, so you may want to change them for better speed. The price of better replacements isn't high, but they may be hard to find, since the needed size is larger than standard mountainboard bearings. See More