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Arbor outfitted its Axis Koa Longboard with drop-through trucks and a cambered profile that helps this board slide at blistering speeds just as well as it cruises from the bar to the library. It's not often that a freeride board crosses over into the soul-turning world, but this hill-bomber does just that by encouraging a centered stance thanks to its asymmetrical shape and sidecut. Massive 72mm wheels roll over death-cracks and gaps so you can pump the medium-flex maple deck without worry of making out with the pavement at mach-schnell.

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What color wheels come with this board? ...

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What color wheels come with this board? The picture on your website shows black wheels, but I've seen these Axis Koa boards come stock with blue. Thanks!

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Yes

when will this board be back in stock?

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when will this board be back in stock?

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Hey,

Looks like we've actually surpassed our previous ETA. They should be in any day now.

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Can the medium flex support a 230 lb young...

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Can the medium flex support a 230 lb young man?

Is the flexibility the only difference,...

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Is the flexibility the only difference, other than the graphic, of course, between the Axis Koa and Axis Bamboo longboards?

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yep the Axis Bamboo has a little more flex to it but other than that, they are the same board minus the graphic.

yep the Axis Bamboo has a little more flex to it but other than that, they are the same board minus the graphic.