- Drop Through
- Deep Concave
- Sharp Edge
- Deep Tub Concave
- Firm Flex
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.
Drop Through - Drop Through boards lower your center of gravity giving you a more responsive and stable ride.
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.
Symmetrical - If you ever think you want to ride your board backwards (freeride/freestyle) then 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 offers supreme leverage 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.
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Sharp Edge - Final touch for locked in feet.
Deep Tub Concave - Designed to cup the toes and heels for quick, precise turns
Firm Flex - Surf style turns and pumping made capable through flex and rebound