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Db Waves Longboard Skateboard Complete

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Sugg. Retail: $190.00
38 x 9in

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Deck Material: Maple
Type: Cruiser, Pintail, Freeride
Width: 9in
Overall Length: 38in
Wheelbase: 24.5in
Trucks: Atlas 180mm Black Reverse Kingpin Trucks
Bearings: Cloud Ride ABEC 7
Wheel Size: 69mm
Wheel Durometer: 78A
Recommended Use: Crusing, Skating, Commuting
Manufacturer Warranty: 30 Day

Description: Db Waves Longboard Skateboard Complete

A great cruiser for getting around on this summer, the DB Waves Longboard Skateboard has the maneuverability and throwback feel to get you there and back again in style. The 8 ply maple deck has a medium camber and flex to it to make it easy and responsive, and the Cloud Ride Cruiser wheels and Atlas Black Reverse Kingpin Trucks make the ride smooth as butter. Cool throwback graphics bring the beach to you while you ride, and plenty of deck space gives you some room to really explore the board and get loose. Your perfect ride is waiting in the Waves Longboard from DB.

Key Features of the DB Waves Longboard Skateboard Complete:
  • Length: 38"
  • Width: 9"
  • Wheel Base: 24.5
  • Construction: 8 Ply Maple
  • Curvature: Medium Camber
  • Flex: Medium Flex
  • Cloud Ride Cruiser 69mm 78a White
  • Atlas 180mm Black Reverse Kingpin Trucks (48 degree baseplates)
  • Cloud Ride ABEC 7
  • Cloud Ride EZ Grip Coarse with DB Die Cut Logo
  • 1.5" Hardware Set


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could a girl that weighs around 210 ride this? I'm looking for a nice longboard or at least a brand that has a board that can hold that much weight. Please no skate boards either.
Paigey on Apr 12, 2015
Best Answer: Paige,
Most longboards a 210 lbs person could ride on. The only ones I would avoid would be Bamboo and Bamboo/ Fiberglass boards (too much bouncy flex). This 8 Ply Maple DB Waves would be quite fine.
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