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Gold Coast Connect Shovel Longboard Deck

Gold Coast Connect Shovel Longboard Deck
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Description: Gold Coast Connect Shovel Longboard Deck

Some skateboarders want to rip and ride with the speed and movement of a shorty while still riding something that looks classic, and this is where the Gold Coast Connect Shovel Longboard Deck can help out. It's definitely long, as its name suggests, but the tight wheel base and sleek, slim design of the board make it perfect for pulling off slides and checks. And if you're worried about the longboard curse, don't fret; the Gold Coast Connect is constructed of 7-ply maple, so Bo Jackson couldn't break it over his knee.

Key Features of the GoldCoast Connect Shovel Longboard Deck:
  • 27" Long X 7.5" Wide, 15" Wheelbase
  • 7Ply Canadian Maple
  • Die Cut Grip Tape

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my son.
Latonia B on Dec 20, 2013
Cause it's good deal.
Denise F on Nov 29, 2013
what is the rating for the bearings on this board?
A shopper on Jul 7, 2014
Best Answer: The rating of this Gold Coast Connect Shovel Longboard's bearings is 0. This board does not come as a complete... aka bearings are not included.

Check out the link to all of the Gold Coast Completes and Decks here >
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Jul 11, 2014
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Does this Longboard roll really good?
A shopper on Apr 5, 2014
Best Answer: That all depends on what wheels and bearings that you get for your board. However, this item is only the skateboard (short board). If you're looking for a complete longboard you might want to check out longboards that have the word "Complete" within the product name.

Also if the picture shows wheels and trucks, there is a good chance that it is a complete.
Reply · Report · T. PearceStaff on Apr 8, 2014
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