Bustin Boards "Ibach" Bamboo X 39" Complete Pre-order*

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One of Bustin's original downhill + distance offerings, the Ibach is ready to rip across town and down hills. 

Bustin Boards "Ibach" Bamboo X 39" Complete Pre-order*

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From Bustin Boards:
The Ibach is the Bustin approach to straight, unadulterated, drag-racing speed. It’s radiused concave truck-platform on top of the drop is what makes this shape extra special—this curve is designed to reinforce the neck area, and strengthen it against breakage and torsional flex. We’ve also taken into account the current desire of skaters who crave tight concave, so we’ve packed .7 inches of it into the Ibach’s 10-inch wide platform. This means that the tub on the Ibach has a narrower channel, designed to grip your feet comfortably and provide for added foot placement stability. With a super-dropped platform, tight concave, ending in sharp rails, as well as the super stiff qualities of our new Bamboo-X layup, the Ibach is designed to handle any speed you can throw at it—The only question left to ask is: “how strong is your tuck?”

Length: 38.50”
Width: 10”
Wheelbase: 29.50” - 30.25”
Concave: 0.63”
Drop: 0.71”

 

Additional Information

Brand Bustin Boards
Specifications confirmed by Brand
Specifications last checked 29 Nov 2016
Weight exc packaging - grams No
Skating style Cruising / Carving, Freeriding, Downhill, Long Distance Pumping / Pushing
Construction material(s) / process Bamboo, Cast / Molded, Maple
Board truck mounting Drop through
Board shape and type Double drop, Drop through - Stiff, Symmetrical
Board length Inches, closest .500" 38.5
Board width inches, closest .125" 10
Board wheelbase, closest .125" 29.500, 29.875, 30.250
Board thickness MM No
Board mounting hole patterns Mutlipe old school
NS Family recommended tbc

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