Quest X- Games Super Cruiser Longboard

$58.39

Take your skateboarding skills to a whole new level with every single component of Quest X-Games City Drips Cruiser that’s designed to roll. From its ABEC-7 bearings and lightweight aluminum trucks to its deck that is constructed from 7-ply Russian maple, this 30” x 8” cruiser board gives you plenty of room for that optimal ride.

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Description

Start rolling right away and go skate with Quest X-Games Super Cruiser Longboard! Fun and built to rip, the City Drips features a long-lasting skateboard deck that was constructed from 7-ply Russian Maple. It measures 30 inches long and 8 inches wide to give you greater room when navigating the streets or the sidewalk with its 65 mm x 51 mm solid, stone ground wheels. It also features a top-mount profile that makes the board more responsive and more maneuverable, 5” standard silver trucks, and ABEC-7 carbon steel bearings to give you full movement and better control on the road.The Quest Super Cruiser Longboard has four millimeter risers, 25 mm 100A bushings, and anti-slip and extra gritty 80AB grip tape complete the package for that memorable skating experience.

FEATURES
Length: 30”
Width: 8”
Nose: 1.38”
Tail: 5.11”
Wheelbase: 20.47”
Weight: 5 lbs
Construction: 7-ply Russian Maple
Mounting Style: Top Mount
With a kicktail that makes it a good choice for mastering new tricks

COMPONENTS
5” Standard Silver Trucks that make for extra pop and an overall better grind performance
65 x 51 mm Solid, Stone Ground Wheels that help absorb bumps even when cruising at top speed
ABEC-7 Carbon Bearings for full movement and control on the road
4 mm Riser Pads to prevent wheel bites
Anti-Slip and Extra Gritty Black 80AB Grip Tape that keep you onboard and maintain your balance
25 mm Black 100A Bushings that are great for performing new tricks

Additional information

Weight 7.5 lbs
Dimensions 30 × 8 × 5 in
Brand

Quest Boards

Condition

New

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