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Krown Krex 2 Bamboo Freestyle Complete Longboard, 9.25x41-Inch
|Price:||$70.37 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Bamboo/Canadian Maple Construction
- 9.25-Inch x 41-Inch Freestyle Shape
- White 71mm 78a Wheels
- 7" Black Trucks with speed bearings
- Clear Grit over top graphic
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|Construction Type||Bamboo;Canadian Maple|
|Package Height||4.5 x 10.25 x 41.1 inches|
|Shipping Weight||7.9 pounds|
Krown Presents the Exotic Series, featuring Bamboo / Maple Core Construction. This construction is one of the most popular for riders seeking strength and rigidity, awesome looks & renewable resource materials. 2 layers of baked bamboo envelop the strong maple core, creating a rigid deck with an awesome flex point that looks beautiful. The freestyle shape comes equipped with 71mm wheels, 7.0 trucks, and speed bearings. The top is coated with a long-lasting spray on grit to show off the bamboo and cleans easily. This shape is designed for riders looking to maximize speed, and get buck on slides. The trucks are mounted flush on the deck, so as opposed to a drop through you will notice a higher turning radius. Deck Dimensions: 9.25" x 41", Wheelbase: 31.25", Nose: 2.75", Tail: 2.75" Shape: Freestyle Flush Mount
From the Manufacturer
This freestyle longboard is from the Krown Exotic series that measures 9.25" x 41". The bamboo/maple core construction is popular for riders seeking strength and rigidity. 2 layers of baked bamboo envelop the strong maple core, creating a rigid deck with an awesome flex point that looks beautiful. The freestyle shape comes equipped with 71mm wheels (with a wheelbase of 31.25"), 7.0 trucks (mounted flush on the deck), and speed bearings. The top is coated with a long-lasting spray on grit to show off the bamboo and cleans easily. A very classy ride.
Top Customer Reviews
So... Good deck, design, and wheels. Bad bearings. Questionable trucks. Large turn radius. But rides real smooth too. I don't really see anyone saying to future buyers that they're gonna have a frustrating time breaking in the board cause I did.
The only problem I had was that when I first bought it the trucks were on TOO tight but that was easily fixed but my main problem was that some JACKASS decided to lube the god damn bearings with grease. Who the hell does that? Luckily, just had to wash it real good and they went from WTF to acceptable.
I recommend buying the Bone Red bearings since the original bearings weren't all that great to begin with anyways. My old bearings are long broken in, but the bone reds = 30x better!!!!
If you wanna be hardcore and carve the crap out of everything, buy some new trucks. Wheels = not bad too
Overall, if you're a casual rider go for this.
BTW HERES A TIP. The board gets really dirty and it's a pain in the ass to scrub the dirt off the grip so keep your shoes fairly clean.
Your really just buying a cool deck, but that's it. (By the way, this particular board reveals ALL the dirt you tramps through.)
I recommend this board for beginners though. I enjoyed how large it was. It was harder to fall off it.