The Danger Fort Point features a bamboo and maple hybrid construction, a functional kicktail and sick artwork by Nate Reifke. This is a solid carver/cruiser board for getting across campus or across town.
- Top Mount
- Wheel Wells/Flares
- Mild Concave
- Clear Grip Tape
- Bamboo + Maple
- Nate Reifke
Carving - Deep carves, boardwalk cruising and mellow hills are calling you. You'll find the longest wheelbases in this category meant for big turns and big fun.
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.
Standard - Standard decks are the most predictable and some swear they break-in better than other profiles. Great for any skill level.
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.
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.
Kicktail - Kicktails on longboards can be used to ollie, manual, and do flip tricks just like on a regular skateboard.
Mild Concave - Most longboards have a mild concave to give your feet natural curves to lock into. Choosing the right concave can be tough because it's all personal preference but mild concave is always a good place to start.
7-Ply - This is the standard for a reason; 7 ply construction gives you a deck that is durable, sturdy and poppy without breaking the bank.
Bamboo + Maple - This construction features vertically laminated bamboo and maple plies sandwiched together give you a board that is springy and forgiving while still being super durable for cruising around.