Cruise to class in the morning and then bomb the biggest hill in town in the afternoon on the Gold Coast Valve Longboard. It has a wide deck for stability at high speeds and it's a drop-through style board, meaning the deck is below the top of the wheels to put your feet closer to the ground, which cuts down on speed wobbles when you're really cooking.
- 9-ply maple construction is stiff and durable
- Drop-through style deck puts the board closer to the ground for reduced speed wobbles
- Shred Boot wheels cruise smoothly over cracks and bumps
- Completely set-up and ready to skate right out of the box
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Bombing hills? Yeah, me too!
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I've absolutely had my experiences of going over the average speed of a longboard.. One thing I wish I was able to experience at those speeds are this board right here! This board sits low, holds tight, and hawls ass!
It's perfect for attacking those hills that you've only imagined taking over. With this board, there isn't much out there that is "impossible" for this to take.
It has a solid and strong deck, with some concave to help you control and feel your board much better. The drop through trucks place you closer to the ground, decreasing your very very small chance of getting speed wobbles.
And the length of this board sits comfortably in the middle of "short" and "long". The length is a good transition from your long "rocket" longboard shape. It's long enough to give you good balance and stability when riding fast, and short enough to be aggressive enough for you late night parking garage shredders.
Over all, this is capable of handling some jaw dropping hills, and uh.. It looks damn good! Very well made, and looks more like it's a piece of art!
I definitely recommend this board if you want quality, a long life out of the board, and something different than the rest. (*cough* sector 9 *cough*)
It's original and well worth the ride!