Classic, but better
Stereo's Vinyl Cruiser Board has surpassed the awesomeness of the banana boards of old. The same classic look is there, but the Stereo Cruiser combats the death wobbles by using a longer wheelbase, increase width, and trucks and wheels built with stability in mind. To help with the nostalgia, Stereo threw in some retro-styled shades.
- Injection-molded vinyl deck is light, durable, and virtually indestructible
- Molded pattern on top provides traction and takes on the aesthetic of a vinyl record
- 59mm wheels with 78a urethane formula are good for everything from mellow cruising to carving to sliding on smooth asphalt
- ABEC 7 bearings carry speed with fast and friction-free fury
- 90a bushing provides stiffer turning to accommodate the truck's short axle
- The Stereo Vinyl Cruiser ships in a plastic container and includes matching sunglasses and Stereo sticker pack
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Clint Peterson Kiling it on the Vinyl!
Grit To The Groove With Tony Karr
Ditchin' With Kyle Leeper - SVC
Jason Lee, Pilot Lee, and Stereo team on Stereo Vinyl Cruisers
The board is really good but the wheels aren't as smooth. Better to switch them out, but I'm not sure if they're a hit or miss. But it rides well.
These things are awesome, way better than Penny boards! I have the red one and love it!