Can’t You Stop Dancing? It Will Not Change With Our Dancer , On The Contrary – You Will Become Even More Addicted To It!
This longboard dancer was created for fans of dancing and freestyle. Large surface, twin tip for performing tricks, the woodcore of ash + poplar, polyurethane sidewalls and fiberglass construction give the longboard excellent flexibility while maintaining an extremely durable structure. That’s all you need. I want to dance!
Longboard Dancer Specification:
Created for: dancing, freestyle
Shape: Twin tip
Profile: light camber
Construction: wood core ash and poplar, fiberglass
Flex: medium 50-80kg
Length: 110 cm (43,3’)
Width: 23.40 cm (9.2’)
Wheelbase: 69.30 cm (27.3’) – 72.30 cm (28.5’)
Weight: 1.6 kg
Maximum user weight: 120 kg
Made in Poland
TriAxial is a three-layer wrap, 4545. Light-weight, multi axis, stitched fiberglass laminate that provides high durability and great pop
We use CNC to cutting all the boards so that every board has the perfect shape
Mix of different wood types gives high strength while ensuring low weight
All our boards have a medium-soft flex for a perfect feeling
Thanks to the high temperature in our hydraulic press, we achieve a perfect joint that eliminates the possibility of delamination of the board
Pu sidewalls are made of high-quality polyurethane so they provide maximum impact protection
The slightly convex profile of a board with twin tip shape. This type of camber profile provides good for pop, adds to spring out of a turn and helps with stability at speed.
All our equipment is made in Poland between the mountains, where almost everyone loves board sports
HP Latex printing use HP’s innovative aqueous-dispersed polymer (“Latex”) technology to provide print durability and display permanence and their water-based formulation reduces the impact of printing on the environment
The curvature between the two sides of the board. Concave helps hold your toe and heel in place, giving the rider more control of the longboard. Concave locks your feet into your longboard deck while carving in and out of turns.