Make your routine run to the corner store for beer more fun with the Arbor Woody Cruiser Longboard. It rolls smoothly over cracks in the sidewalk with its soft 59mm wheels, and its compact size won't make it a hassle to carry when you're hauling a thirty-rack out of the gas station.
- Mini deck size is compact and not too bulky to carry around when you're at school or running errands
- Mini-Gullwing trucks for cutting tight turns
- 59mm Freeride wheels handle bumps and cracks with ease
Share your thoughts
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
The bearings came dented on 3 of the 4 wheels. They don't roll very well. Board looks good good but does not ride so great yet, maybe with new bearings.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This board rules so much. It's tiny so carrying it doesn't get cumbersome. It rides so well and is nice and quiet. No need to put too much effort into turns.
All around great cruiser. I love the wood grain detail and the clear grip tape is bonus.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
This is a great cruiser for every type of riding. Great for cruising to the beach, or cruising from bar to bar. And surprisingly stable at higher speeds for smaller hills as well.
Thoroughly enjoying this little cruiser. The carve on it is awesome, the clear grip tape is sweet, and it's a great ride for the price. Although I would recommend replacing the bearings (speed wobble) and on road speed slows down quite a bit but otherwise, it's a super rad and fun skate.
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Got this board in green freakin love it. So easy to manual on it. Tiny yet smooth over bumps. Can't beat the price too ($80). Perfect for shredding pavement on the fly.
I have an Arbor Mission koa board, so I was looking for something a bit smaller that I could lug around when it felt a bit too big for the occasion. This board is absolutely perfect for that! Small, but not too small (then again, I am a 5'2'' chick) and it preforms great. I found the stock bearings were not the best. However, that didn't bug me too much because I replaced them with some Bone Reds which aren't too expensive but make a hell of a difference. Overall, I would definitely recommend this board to anyone who is looking for a smaller ride with great performance... and wants higher quality parts and wood rather than plastic crap. Super fun ride.
Saw it in person and it is so sick. Clear grip on top old school trucks, what more do you want??