Goat Longboards Soul 42" Deck (Pre-gripped)

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£185.00

Quick Overview

Recommended for:
Casual/Dancing/Downhill/Distance/Slalom/Sliding Hard Wheel/Sliding Soft Wheel/Transition
Length/Width/Wheelbase(s)

TBC"/TBC"/TBC"
Mounting hole pattern(s):
Multiple Old-School/Old-School/Old-School & New School/Multiple Old-School & New School/Multiple New-School/New-School
Thickness:
TBCmm
Truck mounting:
Under board "Top Mount"/Through board "Drop Through"
Grip Tape applied by brand Fine/Coarse:
Fine = Less shoe wear, easier on hands, perfect for cruisers & freestyle setups.
Coarse = More shoe wear, harsh on hands, perfect for sliding, slalom & speed setups.

Goat Longboards Soul double kick side view dancer

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Our view:
The Soul is a dancer from Goat, the smaller sibling to the legendary Uzume.

Straight out of Spain, Goat have been pressing and cutting their own boards with precision technology for a top quality finish.
The flex is firm, but not hard, for an 80kg~ rider.
The board also features the same touch of rocker found on the Uzume. 


From Goat Longboards:
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Qty 1 sold as:
Deck only; trucks, wheels etc sold separately. Contact us if in doubt.

Additional Information

Brand Goat Longboards
Specifications confirmed by Newton's Shred
Specifications last checked 9 May 2016
Weight exc packaging - grams 2150
Skating style Cruising / Carving, Freestyle / Dancing, Freeriding
Construction material(s) / process Bamboo, Cast / Molded, CNC machined, Fibreglass, Vertically laminated core
Board truck mounting Top mount
Board shape and type Dancer, Double kick, Rocker, Symmetrical, Top mount
Board length Inches, closest .500" 42.5
Board width inches, closest .125" 9.500
Board wheelbase, closest .125" 27.500
Board thickness MM 10
Board mounting hole patterns Single new school, Single old school
NS Family recommended tbc

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