Fire it up, but don’t smoke it.
The Blunt Koa Longboard loves those long arching carves across the gritty blacktop and doesn’t shy away from the rolly polly hills. Produced with a bevy of eco-friendly materials, this board not only rides the pavement like smoke, but it does so while maintaining your granola-crunching ways. The Hawaiian Koa deck provides a sustainable hunk a wood while also giving you structure, improved return, and a snappy wood grain patter that’s unique to each board. The 7-ply maple construction adds durability and reduces chatter, and the recycled glass grip surface gives processed grip tape the boot while still sticking your kicks to your deck.
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Arbors rip. Period.
Arbor makes really good boards. I ride on an Arbor Rail, which is about 3 inches shorter and 1 inch skinnier than this particular board, but I've been on the Blunt before and it feels very similar. These boards are great for getting around. The 10 inch trucks give you a nice stable platform, make nice turns, and carve pretty well. This board isn't floppy and feels really stable when pushing into turns. One of my favorite parts is the top of this board. The koa top sheet makes this board really unique. Definitely worth checking out.
Arbor is the best longboard company
Looks amazing and rides great. All these boards are beautiful, hang them on the wall as art. No grip tape needed clear grip is already on. Great board to cruise to class or bomb a hill. Concave but no camber. kick on the tail and a small kick on the nose. Great board and Eco friendly.