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Green Line Racoon 43" Deck Only

Green Line Racoon 43" Deck Only

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The longboard Green Line Racoon 43" Deck is a universal composite longboard, its shape was especially created for downhill, freeride and freestyle disciplines 


A complicated geometry of a wide base with an U-concave and very comfortable feet pockets keep you stable on high speed downhill ride and sliding.  The Racoon longboard has got super steep kicktails , that let you through the deck in the air at ease, making any tricks. 

Featuring 4 symmetrical gas pedals the Cereal Bowl Concave keep your feet locked in double rocker pockets near the drop. 

Big enough cut outs of the longboard Louhill Racoon shape allow you to fix any size of truck/wheel combination. 

 The wide base of this freeride longboard gives you pleasure to perform any staple dancing tricks. At the same time the deck is great for a daily city riding. 


The full coverage griptape top and colourfull design underneath just add to the character of the shape. 
Also there is a griptape-free option. 

Length 43"
Width 10"
Concave 0.85"
Drop 0.75"
Wheelbase 73-75 sm
Truck Mounting Top mount
Style Free ride, Freestyle, Downhill
Material 7 layers of maple, 2 layers of fiberglass
Shipping and payment The product will be shipped after the full payment

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Longboard is a longer and wider version of the skateboard, which makes them different for racing, cruising or for those who just want to enjoy a fun trip. Unlike conventional skateboards, which tend to be shorter and thinner, the added length and width of the longboard surface, the enlarged wheels provide a stable and smooth ride, which makes it more comfortable, and is often compared to surfing. This shape and design is better than on a skateboard. Large wheels allow less notice of irregularities on the road. Forms of longboards have more variations in design and profiles, as well as several options for the width of the suspension.

Longbords originated in California in the XX century in the 50's, since the 70's appeared jumps on shorter decks, so there were skateboards, but after a while long longboards again returned, but with older guys.

Having different designs and shapes, and also using strong materials such as composite materials, maple and fiberglass ,. Depending on your driving style and preferences, each style, size and material of the long deck will differ from the others. Some decks have larger wheels, which makes them ideal for "surfing" and cruising, as they allow you to gain more speed, while smaller wheels give more agility and it's easier to do tricks on them.