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Dinghy Classic Fender – Panda

Dinghy Classic Fender – Panda

We’re not sure if this bear is our best friend or our worst nightmare, but we think artist Jesse Lonergan may know the Panda’s true intentions. If this beast means to go where other boards can’t and have a blast while doing it, we are ok with that. The Dinghy Classic Fender Panda is going to take over the streets!


Length: 28.5″
Width: 8″
Wheelbase: 14.5″

Flex Rating



Skate Spots

Neighbourhood | Rough Pavement | Pathways | Campus | Big Mountain Roads | All Terrain


With a wheelbase of 14.5″, a Width of 8″ and a length of 28.5″ the Classic Fender has all the exact same specs as the Classic. The way that the perimeter is cut out on the Classic Fender is identical to the Classic, but the mould has an added feature: wheel flares! Same Classic shape, different concave! The Dinghy Fender has two main attributes: it allows for more wheel clearance, and it locks your feet in. With the 105mm Polar Bear trucks and 72mm Plow King wheels, this setup is ideal if you like sliding, enjoy an aggressive riding style, or just want some huge wheels.

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Polar Bear 105mm

Ideal for the mini cruiser that every skater needs in their quiver. The 105mm Polar Bears are strong, agile, and ready to grip the tightest turns. Sold in pairs. The harder the bushings, the more stable the ride but that results in less agility – our Dinghy, for example, comes with 88a bushings.


72mm Plow Kings

Sometimes you just need to be able to plow through whatever life throws at you, and the 72mm Plow Kings are the perfect wheel to help you do that. Big, wide and poured in a super gushy 78a urethane formula, these wheels are the perfect upgrade for your longboard set up and will roll over cracks and road debris with ease.



 Spaceballs are our answer to all of your bearing problems.  Never again can you lose your washers, or spacers because we’ve built them into the inner race!  On the functional side, this means your bearings are always mated correctly which negates any bearing-induced chatter. 


Orders are currently leaving our warehouses within 1 – 3 business days. For us, “business days” means Monday – Friday as we do not ship orders on weekends. From Monday to Friday our hours of operation are 9am – 5pm PST, excluding statutory holidays. Order processing times are subject to change and orders may ship out later (or earlier) than the aforementioned window – depending on how busy we are.

USA: Free Shipping on orders above $125*. Express/Expedited shipping is available at an additional cost.

  • West Coast* – all orders shipped ground, average transit time is 2-3 days.
  • East Coast* – all orders shipped express from our LA warehouse, transit time is usually around 5-7 days.

 Free Shipping on orders above $125*. Express/Expedited shipping is available at an additional cost

REST OF THE WORLD: Live rates based on destination.  Customers are responsible for any local taxes, duties and customs clearance fees on their order.


At Landyachtz we have always aimed to improve the quality of the skateboard you ride and we strongly believe in the boards we make. You can rest assured knowing that, in the rare case of defect, our skateboards come with a 1 year warranty.  

The more we know, the easier it is to help your claim! The best way to submit your warranty claim is using the form below.  There you can provide all of the necessary information and images we require to assess your warranty claim. Before completing the form please ensure you have photos that show the top and bottom of the board as well as detailed pictures of the affected area.

Please allow us 3-7 business days for us to asses your warranty claim and get in contact with you. We will do our best to make sure you’re back on a quality skateboard as soon as possible.

The following issues are not covered by our warranty:

  • Impact damage, including snaps and cracks
  • Run over by a vehicle (or horse)
  • Scratches or minor chips
  • Water damage


Customer Reviews

Based on 700 reviews
Jon Martin
The Cat's Meow

Great little board. I only wish that it came in a single kick option. (The Cat's Night Out)

Sebastian H
Amazing all around board

Perfect for cruising around and commuting places. the bearings may be stiff at first but they are buttery smooth once you ride around enough. the graphic is just like the picture, the trucks are very sturdy and the wheels can ride through 95% of what you’ll encounter when out and about. can’t recommend enough for the price and quality

Alan Romero Leon

Dinghy Blunt - UV Sun

Justin Beltran
Comfortable and fast

I just started getting into skating this month (june 2024) and i have been loving the new ride so far. The over all shape and graphics of the shape 9 board is comfortable and amazing to look at and ride. Standing on it and zipping around the trails with the 105mm
polor bear truck is a learning curve but not to bad and keeps me motivated to get out and ride. Over all a great cruising and starter board for me with lots of zip for trails and being able to navigate quickly when need.

Austin Robertson
Plow King it!

6ft tall. 195lbs. Size 12 shoe. Love the board size and I put the big Plow Kings on, no wheelbite so far. My blunt reaper came with spacers installed and little fatties. Really love the ride with the big PK wheels!


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Flex Ratings

We’ve categorized the stiffness of our boards into 3 main groups, listed below.  The general rule is the faster you’re skating, the stiffer the deck, but this is not universal.

Flexy – Soft and supple flex profile best suited for carving and cruising on longer boards. The bouncy nature of these decks lets you turn deeper and surf your surrounds.

Medium – The do it all of our boards, a perfect balance of stability and carve. 

Stiff – From cruisers to downhill boards a stiff flex profile excels in stability and responsiveness.  Whether you’re dipping into driveways or bombing a mountain pass you’ll be down with the stiffness.