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Soft wheels
Adjustable truck tension
Easy riding

Innolife

Canadian Maple Cruiser Surf Skate Board

R1,499

Retail: R3,000

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Canadian maple concave Surf Skateboard with self-propelled swing truck cruiser.

Inspired by the sea but designed for the streets. Bring the experience of surfing to sidewalks and streets.
Our Surf Skate empowers you to cut and carve through turns simply like surfing when gathering velocity to course through to the following section of a wave.

Surf skate truck emulates the feeling of riding a surfboard.
This design provides snappy, fluid carving and smooth pumping.

The truck spring tension is adjustable to suit rider size and preference, making it well suited to riders of all ages and abilities.
Tighten it or loosen it for the perfect ride!

Product Features
  • Self-propelled swing truck
  • Surfboard design 
  • Soft wheels for greater cruising 
  • Adjustable truck tension 
  • Canadian maple wood
Product Specifications 
  • 28" inch Surf skateboard Pump-action Self propelled Swing truck for carving
  • Light concave with super grip technology
  • AAA Grade 7Ply Canadian maple & Northeast maple
  • ABEC 9 steel bearings offering improved precision, speed and durability
  • 70*51mm Black PU 85A HRS high rebound wheels for a smoother and more comfortable ride
  • Sand finish wheels for improved carving
  • 12mm rubber riser
  • Built-in spacer for faster and smoother riding
  • 92A HRS 15mm x15mm bushing
  • Weight: 3.1kg
Included
  • 1 x Board with pre-attached trucks and wheels 
  • 1 x T-Tool
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