Dregs 40 Paradox Freeride Longboard Skateboard

Dregs 40 Paradox Freeride Longboard Skateboard -

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    Style: 40D-03

    The Dregs 40 Paradox Freeride Longboard is a multi-directional skateboard that is ready for whatever type of riding you like. This double-ended board can be ridden in any direction you desire, and it takes you there in style. Drop-through trucks and a cutaway deck shape make the Paradox an effortless choice for beginner riders and advanced riders alike.


    • Length: 40"
    • Width: 9.5"
    • Construction: 8-ply maple deck
    • Complete Setup: Trucks and wheels included


    • Thick 8-ply deck will accommodate more weight
    • Flex rating (0 Stiff to 6 soft): 3
    • Drop-through mount for easier pushing
    • ABEC 5 bearings for fast and smooth ride
    • Full grip tape top for good traction
    • Cut-out deck shape to prevent wheel bite
    • Dual directional board for easy riding

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    "Hey, I want a longboard really bad. I would prefer a madrid as I have heard they are of good quality.I know that they are not cheap beause I don't have that much cash. I "need" a madrid longboard with the dual directional feature and a not so boyish look. What do you have to offer? "
    1 Answers | Answer Question
    Question by Sara on 7/14/2012 - 12:14 am
    "For a great ride, check out the Sector 9 Puntas Lobos. This is a beautiful board with a smooth ride."
    Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 7/16/2012 - 4:41 pm
    "I've been wanting a longboard forsome time now and I've only ridden my friends board a couple of times what board is good for beginners "
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    Question by Tjchaps on 12/22/2012 - 11:46 pm
    "This board would be a good choice for you. You would be looking for a longer board, it will be more stable, so 40" and up is recommended. Also something with good concave and width. This will help craddle your foot and keep you in place while riding. Bigger, gummy wheels will also give you a smoother ride with less vibration. "
    Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/23/2012 - 10:44 am

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