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Switchblade 40 Faded

(1 customer review)

USD $139.99USD $244.99

L: 40" | W: 10" | WB: 31"

Artist: Landyachtz
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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100% Canadian Maple
Deep Concave
Drop Thru
Made In Canada


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  1. Great all round.

    ed buet

    I haven’t had the board for that long but so far I think it’s great. I am not the most experienced rider so I cannot give a experienced riders view but it seems very good at all levels of experience.
    Pros: This thing is comfortable! Your low to the ground with tons of space( if you’re short I’d go with the 38” version as this board is quite big.)and it’s great for cruising and carving. It’s fast and doesn’t give much speed wobble.
    Cons: The graphic wore and got scraped away pretty quickly but realistically the graphic shouldn’t be why you buy a certain board. It’s is quite heavy, which is good for downhill but can be a pain to take with you everywhere.
    If you want something to just easily cruise on maybe go for another board. But if you want a downhill board to also cruise on a bit on the side with, I’d recommend this board. It is an old board that still holds up well today!

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