Surf Life Dark Wave - Oops

Surf Life Dark Wave - Oops

Regular price $214.99 Sale price $150.49 Save $64.50
Rated 4.0 out of 5
Based on 1 review
A new addition to our Surf Skate line, the Surf Life borrows the same shape from our Ditch Life series for a retro 80s inspired look. Featuring the same truck and wheel set-up as our other Surf Skates but with a slightly bigger kicktail, this board is made to carve up anything.

Length: 31.6"
Width: 9.5"
Wheelbase: 15.7 - 17.8"

Artist: SWAKiKO

Mellow Hills

Featuring the same super popular shape as our Ditch Life series, the Surf Life boards have a wide nose with a healthy taper and deep kicktail. 7-ply maple construction keeps the ride nice and responsive while mellow concave and a deep kicktail will keep your feet locked in for whatever obstacle you want to hit next. TheSurf Life comes set up with our new Banger Surf Skate trucks combo featuring a new Banger 130 RKP front truck for maximum turn and response paired with a Polar Bear 130 rear for a stable, predictable ride. The setup is finished off with a set of new Surfskate specific 65mm Hawgs wheels with square lips and a glossy finish for insane amounts of grip. The Surf Life also comes with soft-top griptape for maximum comfort.

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Reviewed by Alex M.
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More cruiser than surfskate

The board is a lot of fun, and definitely has quite a bit of carve. When compared to a traditional surfskate though, its not quite the same. Pumping is very difficult, and gaining speed is nearly impossible from a standstill or low speed without pushing. From a cruiser stand point, its very fun. The board is very responsive, and I like the feel of it for sure. Its definitely on the stiffer and taller side though, which is different from the boards I typically ride. Overall, its a very unique feeling board that does try to bridge the gap between a typical cruiser/carver and a surfskate, but its still stuck more in the box of a more traditional board.

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