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New Carve!

Oh man. Gravity Board is out with a new carver. the "Beach Break" looks awesome. even though i'm a Sector 9 Pintail Classic fan... it's love to take this one out for a ride. at 39inches, it's the "smallest" carver, but still no slow poke. by the looks of it, the smaller size makes the board more versatile, "cruise, carve, slide, ride... whatever you want" it uses Tracker B2, 149mm trucks, Gravity Abec5, Angled risers, 66 or 62mm Gravity wheels, and a 6 ply Maple board. not to mention the really awesome graphic on the back. it just makes you want to take it out and go somewhere. basically, this board is an "in betweener" and not a true long board. the wheels are set centrally, so that you can't really ride the nose easily. it's shaped more like a shortboard, but... it also has the wheel cut outs and .. man, it looks good. check it out. 135.00 USD [equipbug]

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