Ancient cave dwellers carved hieroglyphs and depictions of strange beings on canyons walls for reasons we can now only speculate about. But are we really different? Granted anyone in the present day who scribes on a wall is considered a vandal, but there could very well be be visitors who come long after us who will be busting brain cells trying to understand what it all meant. If those same explorers stumbled across the Gold Coast Glyph Longboard, however, chances are they would spend more time riding it than they would studying it.
Got this for my little sisters b-day and she loved it. It was a little stiffer than some that I've ridden, probably due to the wheels that are closer together than some but nice board, and I like the clear grip on top as opposed to normal black tape.