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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
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
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 board's deck has a Powerlam+ composite layup, that uses PBT (polybutylene terephthalate), fiberglass and maple. This gives it a durability and stiffness capable of withstanding very extreme use. Plus, the outer layers protect the deck artwork, when doing rail slides. See More
This longboard uses F5 adjustable ratchet straps with additional second level adjustment. There’s an added cam-lock buckle that lets you adjust the banding size to the rider’s feet. The strap’s padding is dual density, with soft padding near the foot and a stiff inner layer, for durability. See More
This MBS board uses the Matrix II Pro channel truck system. These are the most advanced MBS trucks, made for the most demanding riders. They are very strong and light, thanks to their 12mm CroMoly hollow axles and trunk tops made from durable plastic (which may seem fragile, but it’s actually extremely durable and light). See More
The 97 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
The Atom 95x is equipped with a hand brake, by default, that can be used on both axles, making it usable by left and right footed riders. For beginners, the hand brake adds peace of mind and can be important in injury prevention. Nevertheless, some users dislike using a hand brake, since it restricts back arm movement, which is important to keep balance. See More
Since this board's deck is wide and long, with wide skate trucks, it feels very stable when carving downhill, even at moderate speeds. Additionally, the included F1 velcro bindings will keep you firmly attached to the board at all times, even in rough terrain or when performing tricks. See More
The Atom 95x uses very simple skate-style trucks. The axles are only 9.5mm and very light, so they are perfect for young riders or lightweight adults. The bushings of the truck can be changed to different stiffness levels, effectively changing the riding feel of the board. See More
There are plenty of customization options to choose from, such as part color or deck stiffness. By combining the several available option you can get a board that's perfectly suited for you. It’s even possible to add an electric motor and batteries to convert it to an e-board. See More
This board's deck is made from a reinforced glass and plastic composite that can withstand strong impact very well. You can customize the deck's stiffness level when you order the board, so you won’t need to worry about weight limits, provided you choose the correct stiffness. Note that a stiffer board will weigh more. See More
Trampa trucks are made from a forged alloy hanger, a hollow steel axle and an aluminum baseplate. Everything has been CNC machined to shave off as much weight as possible, while maintaining each part's strength. Weight can be reduced even more, by ordering a titanium kingpin. 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
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
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