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Gold Coast Pressure Longboard Complete

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Specs

Deck Material:
  • Maple
Type:
  • Cruiser
  • Downhill
  • Freeride
  • Drop-Through
Width:
  • 10.5in
Overall Length: 38in
Wheelbase: 29in
Trucks: 177mm
Bearings: abec 7
Wheel Size:
  • 70mm
Wheel Durometer:
  • NA
  • 85a
Recommended Use:
  • Crusing
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Gold Coast Pressure Longboard Complete

Inspired by BMW and Bauhaus, the Pressure is sleek, clean, and absolutely head-turning. It is a 38" custom shape, 9 ply drop-through deck with "W" concave that gives you incredible stability and control. Under the chassis are color matched Century 179mm Reverse Pivot trucks and GoldCoast Shred Boots 70mm Wheels with our own ABEC 7 bearings. Through the straights, or sliding corners, the Pressure will be there holding it down.

Key Features of the Gold Coast Pressure Longboard Complete:
  • 38’’ Long x 10.5’’ Wide, 29’’ Wheelbase
  • 9 Ply Canadian Maple
  • Drop Through Deck Design
  • Die Cut Grip Tape
  • Shred Boots Wheels, 70mm, 85A
  • Century 177mm Reverse Pivot Trucks
  • 90A Goldcoast Bushings
  • Goldcoast Custom Abec 7 Bearings

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RYAN G asked: how fast can the bord go is it good for scatepark? Mar 30, 2014
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T. PearceStaff: The speed of the board is really dependent on the bearings they have or the decline of the hill. These come with Abec 7 bearings which is really good standard so it will go fast and ride very smooth.

However, this IS a longboard so it's optimized for speed and carving. This is not something that would be utilized at a skate park due to that it is not a "trick" board. It's built for speed so it does not have a nose or tail to ollie or do kickflips or what have you.

This is still a very good longboard, however if you're looking for a skateboard to do/learn tricks with that you can take to a skatepark you might want to check out our complete skateboard section located here:http://www.the-house.com/skatec.html

Hope this helps!
Apr 9, 2014
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