|Type:||Retro, Cruiser, Freeride|
|Trucks:||Century 79mm Trucks|
|Bearings:||Genuine Goldcoast Abec 7 Bearings|
|Recommended Use:||Crusing, Skating, Commuting|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Gold Coast Conflict Cruiser Complete
A cruiser board that is short enough to be portable and awesome enough that you will want to ride it everywhere anyway, the Gold Coast Conflict Cruiser is the one you have been looking for! From work to school to the coffee shop and back home again, this 7-ply Canadian maple deck with Century trucks and big, soft Lot Lizard wheels is the smoothest ride you can find on dry land. Take your commute by storm on this portable and stylish board from Gold Coast!
- 24" Long x 6.5" Wide, 14" Wheelbase
- 7-Ply Canadian Maple
- Die Cut Grip Tape
- Lot Lizards Wheels, 65mm 83A
- Century 79mm Trucks
- 93A Bushings
- .5" Risers
- Genuine Goldcoast ABEC 7 Bearings
Good Day. Skate board choices will mostly come down personal choice and style rather than height, weight, or age. I would suggest avoiding labeled long-board. That said, basically any board would work ok for him. These are my favorite: http://www.the-house.com/skcaroso3114zz-arbor-cruiser-skateboards.html Although we offer many simpler boards: http://www.the-house.com/skatec.html. You can also chat with our skate people here: 1 (800) 409-7669.
If you are looking for a skateboard to learn tricks on I suggest checking out our complete skateboard shop located here: http://www.the-house.com/skatec.html
That being said though this is a good skateboard though, you just think of it as a short longboard.
Hope this helps!