Get on board with new longboard and surf rack
Its spring time and I am sure all of you are out there in parks enjoying the sunshine. For those of you who can’t wait till the summer for surfing could try getting yourself a new Longboard and experience riding down a hill at high speeds on it.
For those of you who don’t know a Longboard is a variant of a surfboard or snow board. This board looks pretty much like them. The only difference being that it has wheels. They are usually used for cruising downhill or even racing. They are usually designed for descending down a hill of a hill or slopes. While they may look like a surf board or a snowboard they are quite different from them. There are different kinds of Longboards like Pintails, Cruisers, Hybrid and Drop deck ones. The most commonly used ones would be Pintail Longboards and they are great for beginners. This design pintail is basically used to ensure the wheel doesn’t come in contact with the board. This is often referred to as wheelbite.
Among the Pintail Longboards available the Krown Green Flame would have to be the most popular around. The first thing you would notice about this board would be the fact that it is extremely stylish. The deck of this board is about 9 inches wide and about 43 inches long. The trucks for this Longboard are made from aluminum which offers durability. These trucks are connected to 70mm black wheels with Abec 7 Bearings which offer a smooth and stable ride at high speeds. This Longboard is perfect for those beginning to get the hang of the sport as it offers stability above everything. The unique graphical design on the board also makes it extremely stylish like all Krown Longboards. Thanks to gain in popularity of you have smaller Longboards for women. The 38 inch arbor pintail girls Longboards happened to be perfect for the opposite sex.
Once you’ve got yourself a long board all you need is a car and a surf rack pad to carry them around to the slopes. Padded ones are always preferred as they keep your Longboards protected. They are also bought based on the size of your Longboard. So if you have a 36 inch Longboard you would need to get a 36” surf rack pad to carry it around.