Freeride Longboards

If you just want to concentrate on going fast and doing big skids, this is the place to be. Freeride longboard decks can be drop-through or drop-down for more stability and an easier slide initiation (but with way less grip and less turn), or topmount for more control and a nicer board feel. Whatever you choose, you are looking for longer wheelbases, stiff construction, big soft wheels and an aggressive concave to lock you in.

Not sure which one is right for you? Give us a call or check our Longboard Buyer's Guide!

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