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LYZ DROP CARVE 37 2015 8.6″ X 36.9″/ 23.9″ WB COMPLETE W/ 181MM BEAR TRUCKS & ABEC11 FREERIDE 66MM 84A GRN WHEEL
The short answer is that we love skateboarding. We make the highest quality skateboards. We ride them until they break. And we continually improve our designs.
“THE THRILL OF RIDING SKATEBOARDS TOOK OVER OUR LIVES. BUILDING SKATEBOARDS IS OUR WAY OF SHARING THIS EXPERIENCE WITH YOU. WE USE THESE TOOLS TO SEEK OUT ADVENTURE AND TO EXPLORE THE WORLD. FOR 20 YEARS, WE’VE BEEN MAKING THE HIGHEST QUALITY BOARDS, SO THAT WE CAN HAVE THE HIGHEST QUALITY EXPERIENCES. IT FEELS GOOD MAKING GREAT PRODUCTS, AND IT FEELS EVEN BETTER TO SKATE THEM WITH FRIENDS.“
THE LANDYACHTZ MISSIONWe believe in making quality skateboards that will improve your life. Skateboarding makes life better, it's something to do with your friends, it's a way of expressing yourself, a way to get outside, it's fun, challenging and exciting. You don't need a membership, seasons pass or a vehicle to be a skateboarder, all you need is a board and your imagination.
OUR HISTORYFor 18 years, we've been designing boards for the world to enjoy and we're proud of what we created. Landyachtz was started 18 years ago in the basement of the Blackcomb Ski Club cabin by two friends, Michael Perreten and Thomas Edstrand. Fast forward to 2016 and Landyachtz has grown to over 60 employees with spaces in both East Vancouver and LA county, developed a manufacturing facility in Kimberley BC and opened a retail space/arcade in the Strathcona neighborhood of Vancouver.
G&S was founded by Larry Gordon and Floyd Smith in the 1950s. Originally a surfboard company, Gordon and Smith agreed to expand into skateboarding products in the 1970s. G&S manufactured the first foam core skateboards for the market in 1975. As skateboarding exploded in popularity and became mainstream, G&S sold 500 Fibreflex skateboards per day with six months worth of back orders. G&S is no one-hit wonder, however--these overnight sensations continue to be a driving force to this day! With strong roots in the San Diego skate and surf scene, G&S has turned their attention to designing longboards that are fun and built to last! Are you passionate about longboarding or interested in trying? Look no further than G&S longboard decks! With wood cores of Aspen and Mahogany sandwiched between layers of fiberglass, their Fibreflex decks are a favorite among pros around the world. Even skaters that rode on their models back in the 70s still choose G&S to this day. These longboard decks are lightweight, extremely flexible, and very responsive. They can withstand the toughest abuse and ride smoothly over any surface. They’re not the longest longboards in the market, which makes them easy to carry around. G&S decks also have an adjustable base to move your skateboard trucks and to increase or decrease the flexibility. You are going to love the balance and control you have on these decks, whether you’re cruising downhill or cutting tight turns. Make G&S your brand and watch your riding reach new levels! When it comes to longboarding, G&S is on a mission to help you succeed. You won’t be disappointed with their unrivaled longboard decks!
The Gravity Drifter longboard skateboard wheels are a good wheel for those of us interested in getting the most bang for our buck. Because these wheels are side set, the 70mm Gravity Drifter longboard wheel will fit on a drop through longboard skateboard like the Gravity Makai or Kalai as well as on a top mount cruiser such as the Gravity Spoon Nose. If wheelbite has been a problem in the past, these wheels are the solution to your problems. Word on the streets is that these wheels make a great freeride wheel, too! Inexpensive, grippy, and smooth, these wheels will definitely put a smile on your face.
About Bear Trucks Bear Truck Co is no stranger to the realm of reverse kingpin trucks for the downhill bomber crowd and has made quite a name for themselves in the community. Precision and perfection is their game and their research and development team is constantly at work trying to better their product by making it stronger and lighter than anything that has come before it. By working in conjuction with the killer team at Landyachtz longboards, they are able to put their product to the test with some of the best riders around the globe.
Deck: DB Single Speed V2 9.5" x 40"/ WB 28" Trucks: 215mm Tracker trucks Wheels: Cloud Ride! Freeride Grip tape: Clear Bearings: Amphetamine Abec 7 Dedicated to longboarding. Inspired by the Northwest’s winding hills, beaches, concrete and snow covered mountains DB Longboards continues to chase the founding ideal; pursuing adventure and riding the best boards possible. You’ll find our founders, employees and riders using the products on this website and provoking stoke on the hills all over the world.
A tribute Riley Hawk deck to his father Tony Hawk aka The Legend Baker Skateboards is an American skateboarding company founded in 1999 by professional skateboarder Andrew Reynolds. The company's main products are skateboard decks, soft goods, accessories, and wheels. In 1999 Reynolds left Birdhouse Skateboards and started Baker Skateboards along with other professional skateboarders from Stereo, Zero, and other companies.In 2007, Reynolds provided a detailed account of the company's beginnings:
Well, I was living in Huntington, riding for Birdhouse. We just thought to ourselves, all these companies are really lame. Like, Birdhouse doesn't promote piles, you know what I mean? Like, Zero's [skateboard deck brand] not promoting, like, what we're all about. You know, we met up with Jay Strickland, we started telling him about our ideas, like, "We wanna do something. We wanna do a company." And we're, like, "All of us, together.", you know? It was just, like, a big mess, you know? I went and talked to Tony [Hawk] and Per [Welinder]—"It's either, I quit, and take a bunch of guys and do something, or, you guys help me start a company, you know?"The skateboard deck brand signed a distribution deal with Blitz Distribution, the company that, at the time, was distributing Birdhouse and other brands, such as Fury and Hook-Ups (Blitz had originally been formed by Per Welinder and Hawk to distribute their own products). As of 2008, the brand was the top-selling brand under the Blitz Distribution umbrella. In regard to the original Baker logo, Reynolds has credited the design to Strickland and stated that it represented a motley company that consisted of talented skateboarders. For more go Google it