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Surf Life – Surfing Skeleton

Surf Life – Surfing Skeleton

The Surf Life has a wide nose with a healthy taper and deep kicktail for a retro 80s-inspired look. Mellow concave and a nice shape keep you locked in and feeling right at home. Slightly longer wheelbase than some of our other Surfskates, the Surf Life is a board that punches above its weight and can rip the skatepark, hills, or handle those long cruises. This board is made to carve up anything that stands in its way. 


Length: 31.6″
Width: 9.5″
Wheelbase: 15.7 – 17.8″

Flex Rating



Skate Spots

Neighbourhood | Mellow Hills | Pathways


With 7-ply maple construction, this Surfskate features the same truck and wheel set-up as our other Surf Skates. The Surf Life comes with our patented Bear Banger Surf Skate front truck mounted to the nose, combined with a 130mm traditional Kingpin Polar Bear truck on the rear. This Combo has maximum turn and response and a stable, predictable ride. The wheels are a Surfskate specific 65mm Hawgs wheel with square lips and a glossy finish for insane amounts of grip.

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Bear Bangerz 130mm

The Bear Bangerz Surfskate truck features a high angle RKP front truck with a unique geometry and extra tall bushings for an unbelievable amount of turn, paired with a Polar Bear 130 to give you a stable, leany back end you can really dig into with confidence.


65mm Surf Skate Wheels

These 65mm wheels are the designed to fit perfectly on to our Surf Skate setups to allow for super deep turns without worry of wheelbite while still being big enough to provide tons of roll speed. The glossy finish and sharp outer lips offer up tons of grip so you dont have to worry about slipping out unexpectedly.



 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 93 reviews
Jeff Hartzell
Worth checking out!

If you don't have a Surf Skate board and wonder about them, in one word. Fun! I have a Bamboo and a Dingy (one for going straight and one for going crooked) and the Butter is quite different. It will slalom (surf) very easily. Not as stable going fast downhill, but that's not what it's for. By the way, I'm 59 years old and this board is a blast! So keep skating it'll keep you feeling young!
Also, not really a negative note but, check the bolts. I tightened them up a little more, but you should always check them out anyway.

clayton mahone
very surfy

i like this board, it does have a very surfy feel.
the wheels are pretty sticky, catches pebbles pretty easily- so watch out!

Jessica Thorlakson
New surf skater

Gorgeous! It's well made and fun to ride

David Moton
Worth it!

Grew up skateboarding as a kid and never stopped. I've been searching the market for surf skates for my little sister who's a surfer and wants to get that surf vibe on a skateboard when she's away from open water. My search paid off when I found LY'z line of surf skates. Myself, who doesn't surf but would like to, found that just right combo of surf/skate balance that we can both enjoy. I got Butter Lines for my sister and Flippy for me. At 60, 5'9" and 200lbs, Flippys a goo fit. Out of the box moved trucks to 17" base and took off, just a few minutes on the board and I was pumping and carving! My little sister at 45, is a newb but with a few pointers and some demo she's learning fast the joy of surf skate. At 5' tall she also likes the 17" stretch, she's able to get in her surf stance and go. LY'z simple but effective and successful design give us a chance to enjoy street surfing together miles from open water, right here in Dallas. To all at LY, thanks for finding street surf balance🤙🏽

DownHill Martinez
es exactamente lo que estaba buscando

primera vez que compro una landyachtz y estoy muy satisfecho de la construcción de la tabla el manejo, saludos desde Venezuela


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.