Lush Longboards Chopper Complete *Pre-order

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Quick Overview

Recommended for:
Casual/Dancing/Sliding Hard Wheel/Sliding Soft Wheel/Transition

Mounting hole pattern(s):
Multiple Old-School TBC
Truck mounting:
Under board "Top Mount"
Already applied by Brand, Fine/Coarse TBC
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.
Sabre Street Trucks
Cult Isms

Lush Longboards Chopper Complete *Pre-order

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Introducing our bigger twinkick - the Chopper is the true All Terrain Vehicle of the Lush quiver. Equally at home in the park, on the streets, sideways on your local hill, it's perfect for the all-around ripper or taller skater looking for a do-it-all deck. Each board is individually cold pressed from Hardrock Canadian Maple to ensure that they are all the same concave - we're not hot pressing like cheaper brands and we're not stacking boards up in the press to make them faster, either. Light, strong and tough with pop! We build these up complete with Sabre Street Trucks and Cult Isms.

Qty 1 sold as:
Complete setup; Assembled & ready to ride. Contact us if in doubt.

Additional Information

Brand Lush Longboards
Specifications confirmed by Brand
Specifications last checked 4 Mar 2016
Weight exc packaging - grams No
Skating style Cruising / Carving, Freestyle / Dancing, Freeriding, Downhill, Tech Slide, Street / Park, SurfSkate
Construction material(s) / process Cast / Molded, CNC machined, Maple
Board truck mounting Top mount
Board shape and type Double kick, Top mount
Board length Inches, closest .500" 35.5
Board width inches, closest .125" 9.250
Board wheelbase, closest .125" 18.375
Board thickness MM No
Board mounting hole patterns Single new school, Single old school
NS Family recommended N/A

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