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DB Longboards Lunch Tray 36" Complete Longboard

$219.95
red / black atlas trucks / seafoam wheels
Color: red / black atlas trucks / seafoam wheels
Size: 36in
$219.95
Color: red / black atlas trucks / seafoam wheels
Size: 36in
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Overview
The DB Longboards Lunch Tray 36" complete longboard has a speed-stiff construction and adjustable wheel base that allows you to customize response depending on your terrain. The deck's flared wheel wells let you tuck-in your feet for extra leverage when initiating slides or taking a corner at speed. Double kicktails and a one-inch rocker profile further boost leverage, making the Lunch Tray a versatile freeride weapon in any urban setting.
Features
Ride Style
  • Downhill
  • Freeride
Mounting Style
  • Top Mount
Deck Profile
  • Drop Down
  • Rocker
Deck Shape
  • Symmetrical
Deck Features
  • Double Kicks
  • Wheel Wells/Flares
  • Deep Concave
  • Adjustable Wheel Base
Grip Type
  • Black Grip
Deck Construction
  • 8-Ply Hard Rock Maple Construction
Deck Features
  • Wheel Flares
  • Made in Washington, USA
Truck Options
  • Atlas 180mm Reverse Kingpin Trucks
Wheel Options
  • 70mm, 83a Cloud Ride! Slide Wheels
Bearings
  • ABEC 7 Cloud Ride Bearings
Width (in)
  • 9.5
Length (in)
  • 36.0
Wheel Base (in)
  • 23.0 - 25.9
Concave (in)
  • .69
Rocker (in)
  • 1.0
Drop (in)
  • 1.125
Standing Platform (in)
  • 23.5
Ride Style

Downhill - Downhill is like freefall; something to be experienced, not described. Downhill incorporates elements of carving, freestyle, and freeride with the main focus on the thrill of speed. Look for technical features using everything from fiberglass, to w-concave, urethane bumpers, and a plethora of materials. Get your full face helmet and pucks out, and head to the hills.

Freeride - Much of skateboarding has been created by people who push the envelope on what is thought to be possible. Freeride is a direct result of this. Slide pucks and buttery wheels are your best friends once you have freeride on your mind. Often featuring concave that create pockets for your feet and shorter wheelbases, freeride boards are meant to make power slides as natural as your choice to skate.

Mounting Style

Top Mount - The classic skate mount. Trucks are mounted from the top to sit flush with the bottom of the board for that proven ride and feel (as opposed to drop-through mounts, which are mounted through the board to lower your center of gravity).

Deck Profile

Drop Down - Drop Down boards lower your center of gravity just like drop through constructed boards, the difference being that one is a mount style, and the other features a dropped down platform in the construction. Drop Down boards are constructed to dip down below where the trucks are mounted which means you're closer to the road, this style of board is used primarily for downhill riding because it offers more stability and control, and gives you more leverage when cornering and sliding.

Rocker - The rocker profile can be seen from the side and is identified as a slight smile. Rocker decks are great for both downhill and freeride. You'll feel snug and secure on a rocker profile and this is especially useful for freeride beginners.

Deck Shape

Symmetrical - Symmetrical boards are ideal for freeride and freestyle. The freeride pros will tell you that figuring out how to come out of a slide switch is not an easy task and having a symmetrical deck underfoot will help you speed through the learning curve to the top of the class. Freestyle skaters love their double kicks and reliable symmetrical boards to land flip tricks. So if these pursuits sound like your style, check out symmetrical boards.

Deck Features

Double Kicks - With a kicktail at the nose and tail of the board ollies and flip tricks will become part of your arsenal. With symmetrical nose and tail kicks you are sure to enjoy switch riding as well. Double kicks are most often found on freestyle boards, but can add versatility to any deck.

Wheel Wells/Flares - For the boards that don't need full wheel cutouts, wheel wells are beveled out of the board to give the extra clearance needed to avoid wheelbite.

Deep Concave - With the right concave underfoot you'll feel you can skate anything. Concavity can be seen if you look at a board straight down the nose to the tail. Deep concave can be great for slides, but also provides a platform in the middle for downhill riding when you want your speed tuck to be pristine. Concavity is always a personal preference so try a new concave and see how it changes your daily ride.

Adjustable Wheel Base - Sometimes you want a highly maneuverable setup that can navigate around people and cars in the city and turn on a dime. Other times you want a longer wheelbase for stability at speed. A board with an adjustable wheel base will have multiple truck mounting positions so you can change your setup according to your environment.

Deck Construction

8-Ply Hard Rock Maple Construction - 8 plies of hard-rock maple, sandwiched together for solid stiffness. The end result is a flowing ride with little flex. Hard rock maple construction creates durable, long lasting boards with great impact resistance. Alternating peeled veneer layers are laminated with water resistant glue under high pressure to form the structural laminate of a skateboard. Maple is a high density wood that's naturally water resistant and low maintenance.

Deck Features

Wheel Flares - Wheel flares lock in your front toe and provide a sturdy stance for toeside cornering and sliding.

Truck Options

Atlas 180mm Reverse Kingpin Trucks - These tech-heavy trucks feature a massive ball pivot that delivers a 50% increase in load-bearing surface area, which provides more control than traditional pivots and easier turns.

Atlas's patent-pending pivot cup technology self cleans, self centers and is even threaded so you can remove it with your axle.

Wheel Options

70mm, 83a Cloud Ride! Slide Wheels - Cloud Ride! Slide wheels were developed to progress the level of freestyle sliding. This is accomplished by giving the rider traction when desired and predictable releases with controlled slides.

The offset wheel design allows the wheel to seamlessly hook back up and track whenever the rider desires. The deep 45-degree chamfers allow the wheels to drift over cracks, debris, and whatever else your slide trajectory takes you over.

Bearings

ABEC 7 Cloud Ride Bearings - Cloud Ride Bearings are durable, fast, and shined to a high tolerance for a long life and a smooth roll. A great choice for any type of riding.

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