What’s ur fave surfskate?

Mr J

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Carver? Seems to make ur stance super narrow tho. Thinking bout getting one for training.

wait nevermind all the adult learner COVID kooks bought them all out.
we are the erBB, so we are not adult learner kooks, we are experienced adult kooks. We don't need to do serious training, so I reckon just get whatever is on sale. Either with a swivel front truck or a kingpin forward of axle front truck - whichever is available at a good price. I got the forward kingpin type which is a bit more like a normal skateboard (I think - not actually tried a swivel one).

I got a Nana brand and use it to help my working day go by nicely. Pulling it out for a 10 minute mess around provides a nice break from the keyboard.

For serious training, you got your squat rack.
 

MrSteve

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Oct 1, 2015
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Had a Carver, then got these. Cant tell the difference. I can actually go up an incline better with the Waterbornes
 

cstreet

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Feb 19, 2021
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Carver? Seems to make ur stance super narrow tho. Thinking bout getting one for training.

wait nevermind all the adult learner COVID kooks bought them all out.
I have a longer one and position the front foot right on the nose, and that’s about surf width.
 

rowjimmytour

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Waste of $$$ marketing for front zipper vest jazz hand hipsters:socrazy:
Buy a 10"+ deck favorite shape, Indy 169z, 69mm favorite brand wheel all terrain or street, Bones Swish or Rocking Ron's bearings, and exchange Indy bushing for Bones medium bushing depending on weight up to 200lb. Tighten axel nut hand tight on both trucks and then take sk8 tool and make 1/4 turn. Your trucks should wobble when you shake board by trucks:shaka:

Surf skate 3rd from left to right...