The Sector 9 Lombok Longboard stands out amongst a host of seemingly similar longboards. The Lombok is a massive 46-inch longboard with added camber for rebound and comfort on long rides. It’s designed to be a bouncy platform on which you can surf from one side of a perfectly smooth asphalt wave (aka hill) to another, cruise through downtown pedestrian traffic, or roll across campus (even if you have no intention of going to class). Large, sticky street wheels roll gently over imperfections and the kick-tail aids in lift of the nose so you don’t have to stop to make a turn during a Chicago street surfing session.
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why does this board have a split in between...
why does this board have a split in between the top of the deck and the bottom, it came like this in the mail. what should i do?
fun smooth ride.
this is my first longboard. it hasnt been snowing in the mountains here so i decided to get this board at 2am. someone was here ready to answer my question at that time. crazy you guys dont sleep? free fast shipping was great. i took it for a spin this morning and it felt smooth almost same as snowboarding but more free of leg movement. i cant really compare with other boards since this is my first but well recommended for beginners cuz if its easy for me it will be for anyone..