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Gold Coast Agave Longboard Complete

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Specs

Deck Material:
  • Maple
  • Bamboo
Type:
  • Cruiser
Width:
  • 10in
Overall Length: 44in
Wheelbase: 26in
Trucks: century 179mm reverse pivot trucks
Bearings: genuine goldcoast abec 7 bearings
Wheel Size:
  • 70mm
Wheel Durometer:
  • NA
  • 85A
Recommended Use:
  • Crusing
  • Commuting
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Gold Coast Agave Longboard Complete

Although you can''t make Tequila out of it, the Gold Coast Agave Longboard will definitely start the party. The classic pintail bamboo 44" deck gives this longboard the freedom to bomb hills after a shot or two, or just cruise around when you''re too tipsy for that. The stained Bamboo deck gives it a little flair when all you and your buddies boards start looking alike, and the 70mm 85a Shred Boot wheels that come with this complete will keep you from sliding off the road. The Gold Coast Agave Longboard may not come in a glass bottle, but you wont have to worry about this bad boy shattering when you don''t see that curb coming.

Key Features of the Goldcoast Agave Longboard Complete:
  • 44" long x 10" wide, 26" wheelbase
  • 5 ply bamboo/maple construction
  • printed and die cut grip tape
  • shred boots wheels, 70mm 85a
  • century 179mm reverse pivot trucks
  • 90a bushings
  • 4mm flat risers
  • genuine goldcoast abec 7 bearings

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present for step son, he enjoys it but was already upgrading the wheels
Walt J on Nov 30, 2013
As a gift for my son to use at college
Dan M on Jul 5, 2013
It is a gift and similar to a friend's.
Arunas G on Jul 20, 2013
I've never owned a longboard and wanted to get one this summer so I would have something mildly active to do outside.
kyle m on Jun 29, 2013

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