Fuzion LandShark 4-Wheel Kneeboard
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- Multi-layered wood deck
- Custom cast urethane wheels
- Dual wheel-braking technology
- Custom graphics
- High visibility saftey flag
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|Item Dimensions||8 x 20 x 31 inches|
|Item Weight||6 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||11.15 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
Everyone who has been on this has road rash. There is a learning curve, and you will crash as you figure how fast and how tight you can turn. Once you get the hang of it, you start to push the boundaries, which create more injuries. I don't blame the product. It is quite stable if you ride it straight, stay low, and turn gradually. Can't blame the product when you get going fast, crank the wheels, and fall off. You know how many scars I had from jumping big wheels or drifting bikes, or wiping due to speed wobbles on skateboards?
I would recommend closed toe shoes, knee pads, and a closed face helmet while you learn how to ride this, or if you are pushing the limits. It's way fun though, wish they had these when I was a kid.
2. We have had a couple of scrapes if the kids brake to hard, turn corners too fast or don't distribute their weight evenly. That is inevitable on any riding toys. make sure the kids are not riding too far forward on the board as their weight will be in the front not in the back and they will be likely to face-plant.
You should not be riding this on the sidewalk. You should be riding it on nice, flat ground like a safe road or parking lot. If you hit a gap in the sidewalk on a skateboard going at a high speed you WILL fly off. If you hit a gap on this, do you expect to magically stay in place? No, you will fall off and because you are closer to the ground you will hit your face.
That being said, if you play on this for a while, you will fall off of it. Most likely you'll be taking a hard turn really fast and you'll fling yourself off the side of it (which, if I may say so myself, is HILARIOUS). You take that risk with ANY human powered riding toy. If your kid hits a wall on his skateboard, do you file a complaint with the company who made the deck? No, you tell your kid to watch out next time so they don't get hurt.
Use your brain before you complain.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great toy my 7 and 8 year old boys love them just wondering where to buy replacement wheels they have played so much on them! Terrific !Published 22 months ago by Mrs. C. Preston
This riding toy land shark is very dangerous. I bought two of them at Christmas for my kids. I decided to give it a try on my drive way. I am a 40 year old woman in great shape. Read morePublished on April 22, 2013 by Mom in Rancho Cucamonga
This thing is so cool.Got one for my nephew because he wanted a skateboard but isn't really old enough for that and this seemed a little safer because he is closer to the ground... Read morePublished on April 20, 2013 by Sntana
My 10 year old borrowed this toy from his friend. He rides mountain bikes, skateboards and inline skates. He was riding down a sidewalk and hit a crack where the pavement joins. Read morePublished on February 6, 2012 by Pfloilermom