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Switchblade 38 Faded

(1 customer review)

USD $139USD $245

L: 38" | W: 9.8" | WB: 29"

Artist: Landyachtz
Description
Designed to rally big mountain terrain and conquer World Cup podiums, the Switchblade has proven itself equally adept at getting you to the grocery store and ripping down your local hill safely. The mellow drops, long wheelbase and low ride height combine to offer a drifty, confidence-inspiring feel perfect for riders looking to up their freeride game.

We design our trucks and wheels to fit perfectly with each individual deck. We work tirelessly to ensure these elements come together to provide the best control and performance for your board.

No slop, all control. Don’t accept anything less than the perfect complete.

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Features
100% Canadian Maple
Deep Concave
Drop Thru
Made In Canada
Symmetrical
Attributes

Vibe

tech unique playful aggressive progressive

Ride

stable responsive forgiving low drifty fast locked-in

Environment

city alley path campus hill mountain

Purpose

commuter beer-run pusher slider bomber downhiller freeride

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4 out of 5 stars

1 review

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  1. Great freeride board to mold wannabe's into pro dh.

    The Deen (verified owner)

    Pros: It’s heavy, easy to go fast, stiff, has the right concaves, w concave is present in the middle and not in the foot pockets making it pretty easy to push. It’s fun to ride and rip long slides when you’re learning. The double drop really lets me go faster with confidence easily and that just means longer slides. Not easy to control slides but it’s all fun. Also easy to commute on assuming you never pick it up because it’s low and very stable. Can take sidewalk corners on 43 paris. Just max lean.
    The foot pockets let’s me feel like i’m stuck on the board and that’s great. The grip feels like jessup, get it swapped to vicious after you wear it down or go faster.

    Cons: It’s lame that landys design their boards with their awful trucks. I was not able to put caliber 44’s on it. Also, it’s pretty expensive for a full maple board. Add some fiberglass to make it lighter please.
    Also, only 38 and 40? We need a 36. Lame landy. I wish it had more aesthetic features. The art is beautiful and great don’t get me wrong but I wished it was under a layer of protection. maybe epoxy. A part of me love simple maple boards with decent graphics, but when there’s more options that offers more modern features or when looking back on the top speed 362013, I think “what the hell happened”. Despite that, pick this board up for cheaper than retail. Don’t bother buying the complete.

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    • duncan

      Hey, glad you enjoyed the board! We did use a fair amount of firbreglass on models like this for a couple years and we’ve found that switching back to 100% maple construction added a lot of performance to this model. We’re also in the process of getting our complete set-ups really dialled in for next year so keep an eye out for that.

      If you have any questions, feel free to drop me a line at Info@Landyachtz.com.

      cheers
      Dexter

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    • cheddarshredder

      I’m a beginner looking to get by first long board but I’m 5’9 and 135 pounds but am wanting a commuter/fun board. Once I gain confidence and skill, I have big straight hills and my friends are telling me I need a 40+ inch board in order to not get speed wobbles, but I’m worried the 40 inch will be too big and heavy for me to control, but I’m also worried with the 38 it’ll be to small or not stable enough for my straight speeds. Any ideas?

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    • nate

      Hey Cheddarshredder! The Switchblade 38 will be a solid board for you. We generally recommend the 38′ for skaters under 6 feet tall and the 40′ for people over that. In terms of speed wobbles, both the 38′ and 40′ are super stable due to our double drop deck design. Being drop mounted and having a drop foot platform help in eliminating speed wobbles. You’ll love the 38′! Feel free to email info@landyachtz.com if you have any other questions.

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