The next evolution in cruiser boards.
The Gold Coast Evolution Longboard's stable yet nimble shape is perfect for navigating sketchy downtown sidewalks or just cruising around campus. Plenty of concave and camber keep your feet secure, while 70mm wheels gobble up unexpected cracks and pebbles that would otherwise send you flying headfirst. Last but not least, the functional kicktail allows emergency ollies over curbs, stairs, or small woodland creatures.
- Wheel colors on completes may vary, but the deck graphic will be as pictured.
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Got a ridiculously sick deal on this from WM; I have never owned a skateboard, though I think that being an avid snowboarder/roller derby player gives me a leg up on both carving and things with wheels. Straight outta the box, I loosened the wheels a bit and it was good to go. Took it to Joshua Tree and practiced on all the roads there (figured that would be good since there are few cars and few big hills) - as pretty much a skateboard novice, I found it to be fun as hell! The trucks are nice and loose so it's really easy to turn and it's pretty stable as far as my limited experience can tell. I like that it's kind of a mini-longboard; makes it smooth for cruising but also agile. Love it!!
Purchased off WM for a great price. This is the first long board I've owned, previously only standard boards, but I've scooted around on others (mostly Sector 9s) and I'm a big fan of the Evolution. Since it's a relatively short LB, there isn't any sagging in the middle which I prefer. After loosening the wheels and trucks a bit, I was crusing all over the crud found on NOVA roads with ease. Although I got the board for a great deal, I would still pay $180 for this board. Thanks Whiskey.
Having way too much fun on this board!
this is an awesome ride. straight out of the box i had to tighten the trucks and loosen the wheel bolts, but after that i timed the bearing and the wheel spun for exactly 2 minutes. it carves good and rolls forever. the kicktail is perfect for your backfoot during downhills or popping over rail road tracks. I've ecstatic over this board. its kind of expensive but well worth it. its not too short to pick up and 180 at the top of concrete waves either. buy it
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