When you are looking for stability, nothing beats a drop longboard. This board also has the advantage of a 32" wheelbase which enables it to handle any hill. Lower your center of gravity and race at lightning fast speeds with confidence. This drop even makes a commute to school fun and for pushing long distance this is the quintessential longboard for your quiver.
Commuter - Longboards for general cruising, ideal for experienced skaters and beginners alike. Never make the boring mistake of walking again: get your skate-commute on!
Downhill - A longboard designated for downhill is crafted specifically for high speeds. Get your full face helmet and head to the hills.
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.
Drop Down - Drop Down decks are constructed to dip down below where the trucks are mounted which means you're closer to the road for a really stable skateboard.
Symmetrical - If you ever think you want to ride your board backwards (think freeride) than a symmetrical longboard shape will help you with the learning curve. Other than that, it's all preference.
Cutouts - Cutouts around the wheels provide the extra space required to prevent wheelbite.
Deep Concave - Deep concave is like a bucket-seat for your feet. It can be great for slides and provides a platform in the middle for downhill riding when you want your speed tuck to be pristine for the whole heat.
9-Ply Canadian Maple - Provides a solid ride without a ton of weight. Built with no flex whatsoever, this deck is ideal for high-speeds and super durable.
One Board One Tree - By partnering with TreeCanada; for every skateboard sold Landyachtz will plant a tree. One tree produces at least 60 boards. So one tree will turn into at least 60 new trees planted.
Suggested Hardware for Risers - Landyachtz decks are thicker than traditional decks, so longer screws are needed when adding risers to your complete. When building a custom Landyachtz complete through Skateboard Builder, use the following Risers and Hardware guide to ensure your deck mounts up correctly:
No Riser = 1 1/4" Hardware
1/8" Risers = 1 1/2" Hardware
1/2" Risers = 2" Hardware
Most Angled Risers = 2" Hardware