If you have self-consistent motivation when it comes to skateboarding like Liam Morgan, this is the deck for you. It was originally designed for Liam, but there's nothing wrong with copping his style if you want to progress. Your stand-up slides and mean downhill game are going to increase with this powerful board underfoot. The W-concave is one of the best out there, providing plenty of spots for your feet to lock-in when you need grip, or just need a different groove under your feet so you can stay locked in a tuck for the next hill. The Prism has a tiny bit of rocker that'll cradle you in the land of downhill dreams, but overall this board is stiff and the rocker is subtle. Set your trucks with the 26" wheelbase for slides and then remount them at 27" for extra stability when you are really hauling down the hill. This Theory is an efficient, pro-inspired, board reinforced with fiberglass that you should use for all your skateboard experiments.
- Top Mount
- Adjustable Wheelbase
- Wheel Wells/Flares
- Liam Morgan
Downhill - A longboard designated for downhill is crafted specifically for high speeds. Get your full face helmet and head to the hills.
Freeride - Featuring concaves that create pockets for your feet and shorter wheelbases, freeride boards are meant to make power slides as natural as your choice to skate.
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.
Rocker - Rocker decks are great for both downhill and freeride. You'll feel snug and secure on a rocker profile and is especially useful for freeride beginners.
Directional - Directional decks may have a dramatically asymmetrical shape or just a slight taper which can be great for anything from mild cruising to intense downhill; but of course it's all just preference.
Adjustable Wheelbase - A board with an adjustable wheelbase will have multiple truck mounting positions so you can find what exact wheelbase works best for you. Move your axles in for quicker pop, increased agility, higher traction, and lower swing weight; move them out for greater stability and more lean.
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.
W-Concave - Added concave in the shape of a W, meaning the sides are raised as well as a slight hump in the middle of the platform. This gives you a little more support where your toes/heels will anchor for slides making this a common choice for freeride.
|Wheelbase (in):||26.0 - 27.0|