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Element Rays Skateboard Complete

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Description: Element Rays Skateboard Complete

Need a ride that you can shred til it's dark out? Check out the Element Rays Complete Skateboard and get yourself riding today. Featuring Abec 5 bearings, aluminum trucks and 52 mm wheels, the Rays' is design to ride smooth and strong. Matched with a unique 31.125in by 8.25in, you'll be the talk of the town on this ride!

Key Features of Element Rays Skateboard Complete:
  • Abec 5 Bearings
  • Aluminum Trucks
  • 52 mm wheels
  • 31.125in by 8.25in

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Do you think this is a good skateboard for a 14 year old?
ROBERTO on Sep 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Rob,
Yes. This Element Rays Complete is a good all around skateboard that a 14yrd can excel with.
I know nothing about skateboards, is this a good one for a 10yr old?
A H on Jul 26, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Good Day Amanda!
This Element Rays Skateboard will be more of a cruiser board, but could work for you. What do you want the Skateboard for? If you are looking for a great / simple deck to fool around with, and maybe lean some tricks on... you will want something more like this: http://www.the-house.com/skcblruk675rd15zz-blind-skateboard-completes.html or this http://www.the-house.com/skcdstwk675rbk15zz-darkstar-skateboard-completes.html
What are the specs on the wheels?
Todd G on Mar 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Todd,
This Element Rays Complete will have 54mm Urethane wheels at 90A hardness.
How is the concave?
A shopper on Jan 31, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The Element Rays Skateboard Complete 8.25 x 32.125in is a pretty standard concave, and like all boards you just ride that particular board. If you are really interested in specific tech, the Element website gives a lot of specific specs.