Gold Coast Pier Longboard
You haven't made the leap from student/part-time slacker to part-time adult just yet, but you're getting kinda close. Skate-wise, we recommend a slow transition from park-rat to old-man-skater, and the Gold Coast Pier Longboard is the appropriate choice for such an endeavor. At less than eight inches wide and sporting a kick tail, the Pier holds onto the roots of a park- and bowl-shredding shape while the gummy street wheels hold smooth concrete and hot asphalt.
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does this board have decent maneuverability? i'm buying for
does this board have decent maneuverability? i'm buying for a friend, but he doesn't want just a straight cruisin' board
April 24, 2013
How is this a long board at only 27 inches long? I'm trying
How is this a long board at only 27 inches long? I'm trying to get a long board for my son, but I don't want to get the wrong thing. Can you help?
By: confused mom
December 1, 2012
It is definitely a shorter board. Most "classic" longboards are 33-42 inches
By: Kayla Smartz
December 7, 2012