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Gold Coast Conflict Cruiser Complete


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Description: Gold Coast Conflict Cruiser Complete

A cruiser board that is short enough to be portable and awesome enough that you will want to ride it everywhere anyway, the Gold Coast Conflict Cruiser is the one you have been looking for! From work to school to the coffee shop and back home again, this 7-ply Canadian maple deck with Century trucks and big, soft Lot Lizard wheels is the smoothest ride you can find on dry land. Take your commute by storm on this portable and stylish board from Gold Coast!

Key Features of the Gold Coast Conflict Cruiser Complete:
  • 24" Long x 6.5" Wide, 14" Wheelbase
  • 7-Ply Canadian Maple
  • Die Cut Grip Tape
  • Lot Lizards Wheels, 65mm 83A
  • Century 79mm Trucks
  • 93A Bushings
  • .5" Risers
  • Genuine Goldcoast ABEC 7 Bearings


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I am looking for a skateboard for my 11year old grandson. He is about 5 foot tall. I have no idea where to start! Can you help me?
Jan M on Dec 19, 2014
Good Day. Skate board choices will mostly come down personal choice and style rather than height, weight, or age. I would suggest avoiding labeled long-board. That said, basically any board would work ok for him. These are my favorite: Although we offer many simpler boards: You can also chat with our skate people here: 1 (800) 409-7669.
Would this board work alright for a 5-10 male. And a silly question but, what colors better the blue or red one, just out of curiosity?
A shopper on Apr 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I got the red and think it looks really cool!
I'm 5'11" and its ride-able but it is small. I'm used to my longboard so it always feels like I'm going to fall off the ends of this cruiser, and I needed to tighten the trucks up a lot. That being said, I got exactly what I was hoping for when I ordered this board and am very happy with the purchase! If you're looking for a small, penny board-type cruiser, I'd recommend it for sure.
is this size good if you are 5'5 and does it have a kicktail so you can do some tricks on it...this is for a beginner?
A shopper on Apr 13, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I think this skateboard would be fairly good for your height. I would measure this skateboard out because it is smaller than a normal skateboard at 6.5 inches wide and 24 inches long, but I think it would be good for your height. It has a little bit of a tail but thats mainly to help turn. This skateboard is not intended for tricks, it is (as the product name indicates) intended for cruising about.

If you are looking for a skateboard to learn tricks on I suggest checking out our complete skateboard shop located here:

That being said though this is a good skateboard though, you just think of it as a short longboard.

Hope this helps!
I own a 33" in Sector 9 pintail longboard, and I'm looking for a small 24-26" cruiser board that will go almost just as smoothly over big cracks and stones, and turns amazing. I've looked at HUNDREDS of boards and the Gold Coast Conflict, the Arbor Pocket Rocket, and the Sector 9 Steady Complete(skateboard/longboard?) are my favorites, so far. What are your suggestions?
Anna-Lisa E on May 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The wheelbase is what accounts for the smoothness, probably around 24 inch for your 33" in Sector 9 pintail longboard. The Gold Coast Conflict Cruiser Complete has a 14 inch wheelbase, so will turn way faster/easier. The Gold Coast Conflict Cruiser Complete will not handle bumps and cracks as comfortably as your present board. There is always a trade off on length.
Can it be shipped to Europe?
A shopper on Aug 26, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes the Gold Coast Conflict Complete can be shipped to Europe.