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DB Freeride DT Longboard Complete


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Description: DB Freeride DT Longboard Complete

As the name implies, The DB Freeride DT Longboard Complete is an awesome drop-through longboard designed for freeriding. It features a 25.75" effective foot platform, which is comfortable for most riders and a drop through platform that reduces grip for effortless sliding. The concave of the Freeride DT features a mellow elliptical W. This concave gives you a reference point while riding, and fills in your arch while the concave locks you in, so you can carve as aggressively as you want. The construction of the Freeride DT makes for a stiff ride with a little bit of give when you need it, as well as excellent durability.

Key Features of DB Freeride DT Longboard Complete:
  • Length: 38"
  • Width: 9.63"
  • Wheel Base: 31.5
  • Construction: 8 Ply Maple
  • Concave: continuous w/ pockets
  • Curvature: dropped
  • Flex: Stiff
  • Cloud Ride Freeride 70mm 83a
  • Atlas 180mm White Reverse Kingpin Trucks (48 degree baseplates)
  • Cloud Ride ABEC 7
  • Cloud Ride EZ Grip Coarse w/ DB Die Cut Logo
  • 1.5" Hardware Set

Freeride DT

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Im 4 foot 11. i would use a board to go up and down hills and go on gravel. is this the right board for me?
jack k on Feb 13, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I wouldn't ride this board on gravel.. but this would be a good board for cruising hills.
Are the wheels able to ride through big gravels when freeriding?
Hailengthy V on Jul 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Whats up Hailengthy,

The DB DT Longboard has 70mm 83a wheels which will be good for typical freeride/ slide sessions. If you wanted to go bigger you could bump up to a 75mm wheel which will roll over gravel better but accelerate slower and take more energy to slide than a smaller wheel.
could a girl that weighs 210 ride this?
Paigey on Apr 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, a 210 lbs person could ride this DB Freeride Longboard.