The Landyachtz Tony Danza became a part of the lineup in 2020 as a little brother to the popular Landyachtz Stratus - a dancing and freestyle board, now with reduced dimensions for an overall lighter and more nimble feeling whilst still having enough space for your feet.
What is a Landyachtz Tony Danza?
The Tony Danza is a symmetrical 40" x 8.5" board designed predominantly for freestyle and dancing. It features mellow concave and rocker as well as nose and tail kicks, built with 7 plies of Canadian maple for a comfortable flex.
What's the difference between a Tony Danza and a Stratus?
Is the Landyachtz Tony Danza good for beginners?
Are all Landyachtz Tony Danza the same?
Yes, currently the only difference between the Tony Danza options is the graphic.
Are there any alternatives to a Landyachtz Tony Danza?
The Tony Danza is a great dance and freestyle board from one of the most respected longboard brands in the world. That's not to say that there aren't equivalent boards out there that might suit you better! Here are the ones worth a look:
What trucks and wheels come on a Landyachtz Tony Danza?
Here at Vandem Longboard Shop we build the Landyachtz Tony Danza into the highest quality ride you'll find anywhere.
We currently have two complete options, the Pro and the Elite.
The Elite Complete features the world's favourite slide wheel - 65mm Cult Chronicles - solid 180mm Sabre Standard Trucks and super-slick Sabre Labyrinth Built-In Bearings. This is honestly about as tasty as longboard dancing setups get!
Both setup options come with the Landyachtz griptape design which includes griptape only on the nose and tail, leaving the middle of the board buttery smooth just like the fancy footwork that'll be happening on it.
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