Dugout Surfing Skeleton - Oops

Dugout Surfing Skeleton - Oops

Regular price $179.99 Sale price $134.99 Save $45.00
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Rated 4.9 out of 5
Based on 166 reviews

A new cruiser shape that features a compact, tapered deck with classic concave and a functional kicktail. A longer wheel base adds stability and creates a surfy ride. Cruise the streets and hit every feature in your path on this little ripper. This board is perfect for a casual cruise around your city. It's versatile and a great option as your first dedicated cruiser.

 Bundle - Black Polar Bear 130mm, 60mm 78a Chubby Black, Grey 88a bushings & 8mm Spaceball Bearings ,1/8" Soft Flat Riser Pads , 1/4" Hard Flat Riser Pad


Length: 29.6
Width: 9.1
Wheelbase: 13.2 - 15.3

Artist: Kapusta (Federico Javier García)

Neighbourhood
Mellow Hills
Pathways
Beach


The Pocket Knife is a 29.6" long Surfskate shape that's 9.1" wide and features aggressive taper towards both the nose and tail and classic surfboard styling. 7-ply maple construction keeps the ride nice and responsive while mellow concave and a kicktail will keep your feet locked in for whatever obstacle you want to hit next. The Pocket Knife comes set up with our new Banger Surf Skate trucks combo featuring a Banger RKP front truck for maximum turn and response paired with a Polar Bear 155 rear for a stable, predictable ride. The setup is finished off with a set 63mm 78a Fatty Hawgs with a glossy surface for the smooth, grippy ride you need. The Pocket Knife Black Lines also comes with soft-top griptape for maximum comfort.


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166 Reviews
Reviewed by Scott
Sidewalker relay - Oops
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Rated 5 out of 5
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5 Stars

The quality was great! Love this board

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Reviewed by ethan w.
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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Landyachtz best skate company by far

One of the greatest graphics of all time. Incredibly bouncy and responsive. Love that the bearings have spacers built in and NO WASHERS required. The only problem with it is finding a grip tape as cool as the board.

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Reviewed by Logan Q.
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Pinner Night Moves - Oops
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Pinner Night Moves - Oops
I recommend this product
Rated 4 out of 5
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very fun board

got this one a few months back, and i’m still riding it! it’s a little too bouncy for my taste (i got an evo 40 recently and prefer it more); it was my first real board, but it’s crrtainly relaxing on my local bike trail to just cruise around and not worry about any extremes. very fun to ride in the cold weather over here. it is a little high off the ground to me, but it *is* a pintail, not a drop-through, so that’s understandable. very fun bouncy board!

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Reviewed by Darren P.
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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Super flexible, accurate turning. Great board.

So far so good, I picked up my first random board this summer to skate with my daughter. Got into watching skate vids and really became to wanting my own Landyacht. Finding these Oops boards was amazing for a guy on a budget. Seeing that it's -40c right now. Only been able to test it in my garage. I'm 38, and stoked to give this board a proper ride this coming summer. The npad looks great, rides amazing ( in my garage) flexible and turns on a dime. Came in quick, great shipping and nothing noticeable on this Oops board. Looking forward to getting another once I break this one in. Thanks Landyachts.

Darren. P.

Alberta, Canada.

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Reviewed by Jacques B.
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Evo 40 Spectrum - Oops
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I recommend this product
Rated 4 out of 5
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Can’t wait to order my next one.

This is my second landyachtz board but I jumped up to the 40 for my wife to use because of her knee surgery. She loves it as a stable board with a short rise so her knee doesn’t hurt. To be honest though, I haven’t touched my own board since, the 40 is sick and even though it’s on the heavy side, it cruises like a light board. and I’m pretty sure it could handle an off road trail but I’m building up the that. The only criticism is the graphics are boring.

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