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Arbor Axis 40" Complete Longboard

$197.95
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black trucks / black wheels
Color: black trucks / black wheels
Size: 40in
$197.95
Color: black trucks / black wheels
Size: 40in
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Features
The Axis 40-in longboard from Arbor features a symmetrical, snowboard inspired shape that offers quick, rail-to-rail performance, with a drop-through mounting for a more ergonomic push and power through turns and slides.
Arbor Deck Construction:
8-Ply Maple + Koa Construction
Deck Features:
  • Drop Through
  • Wood By-Product Use
  • Water Based Finishes
  • Trucks:
    Caliber 10" Fifty Trucks
    Wheels & Bearings:
  • ABEC 5 Bearings
  • 71mm (78a) Summit Wheels
  • Extras:
    Clear Recycled Glass Grip

     40in
    Width (in):9.0
    Length (in):40.0
    Wheel Base (in):30.5
    4.0
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    Amazing Board
    by Jerr in Olympia, Wa (Verified Buyer)
    Posted on 4/18/2014
    Arbor Axis 40" Complete Longboard
    This board is amazing. This is the first time I've bought a complete board online; it's everything I expected it to be. However, the wheels are really soft, but you could easily buy a different set and it'd still be an equally as awesome board.
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    Asked by Cmw31 on 4/24/2013
    Will this board be right for me? Im 135 lbs and have some experience. I plan on using it for cruising, carving, and the occasional hill. I also want to learn how slide. Will this board be good for that? Ive also looked at the gravity makai and the dervish sama but im afraid it might be too flexy to take down some mellow hills. Length isnt an issue and i need a little concave, but do like the spray on grip that comes with the axis. What do you think?
    Answered by Tim S (Tactics Employee) on 4/26/2013
    Yes, this will be a good set-up for all that. If you're still having problems getting it to slide you might just need to get some harder wheels.
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