|Trucks:||Century 179mm Reverse Pivot Trucks|
|Bearings:||Genuine Gold Coast A7 Bearings|
|Recommended Use:||Crusing, Skating, Commuting|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Gold Coast Glyph Cruiser Complete
Fly down the streets on the Gold Coast Glyph Cruiser! This cruiser board from Gold Coast is perfect for the rider who wants a smooth, stable ride that will take them all over the map. The Glyph features a unique camber shape with concave that makes quick, tight turns simple. Also added to this skateboard is a clear grip tape top that allows the stunning graphic to shine through at all times. Find your unique style on the Gold Coast Glyph Cruiser!
- The Roller Shape
- 35.25” Long X 8.25” Wide, 20.5” Wheelbase
- Camber With Concave
- 5 Ply Maple Construction With Fiberglass
- Clear Grip Tape
That being said I've read what you're looking for, however I feel that I should let you know that this is a shortboard/cruiser. Which don't get me wrong, they're good boards and will get the job done, BUT if you don't want to put in a ton of work into learning or moving (and I assume turning and cornering), I would suggest a traditional longboard. This has the convenience of it being small and easy to carry, but a small surface area which will make it harder to turn, and harder to setup your feet.
I suggest one of these boards:
For the price you really can't beat it. These are more traditional longboards, they have more surface area meaning that it'll be easier getting your footing (since there's more room), it should be easier to turn. I know that you don't want to "put a lot of work into leaning", but it's easier and takes less work to lean and turn using these boards than using the tail and hard leaning with a shortboard.
That being said both all of these options are really good choices, as I said there's nothing wrong with the Goldcoast board, it's an awesome board. I just feel that a more traditional longboard would be easier to learn and easier to ride.
Hope this helps!