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Skate Carver Balsalt Proteus C7

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The 30-inch Proteus board has a box-shaped footbed, giving your forefoot more support and allowing for a wider posture on a shorter board.

Delivery Time: 24 - 48 horas

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The Proteus gives the closest feeling of pumping, carving on rail and driving through a roundhouse as possible. With the Proteus surfskate that concept is tailored to the specifics to match this particular surfboard, so that you could more easily transition between practicing your maneuvers on land and taking them to the waves.

So the new Proteus skateboard shares the same blunt-nose template, allowing for a wider stance with better front foot support and the same clipped nose for reduced swing weight when snapping a turn.

The shape contour features a slight spoon nose for better control, as well as a full skate tail for ollies, pivots, boneless airs and all other standard skateboard tricks. At the heart of the system are the trucks, an asymmetrical set that creates the same rear-pivot snap you get surfing. Just a little rail-to-rail action and the board immediately starts to thrust forward, encouraging good form and strengthening your surfing muscles.

Comes complete with C7 6.5 axles in Matte Black finish and 69mm/78a Oxblood Concave wheels.

WB: 17" LENGTH: 30" long TAIL: 6 1/4" NOSE: 3 1/2" WIDTH: 9 7/8"

Name Skate Carver Balsalt Proteus C7
Brand Carver Skateboards
Season 2018
Type of product Surfskate
Delivery Time 24 - 48 horas
Distancia entre ejes 17" (43,18 cm).
Ruedas Surfskate Carver Roundhouse Smoke Cóncavas. 69 mm x 52 mm/ 78A.
Rodamientos ABEC 7
81_FEATURE_Tipo de Eje C7
Medidas Surfskate 30 X 9 ⅞”
Material Surfskate 7 láminas de ébano de Makassar.
Carver Skateboards

It all started in Venice, California when Greg Falk and Neil Carver were looking for waves in the summer, but none could be found. They started experimenting on street surfers to get the surf-like skate experience and slowly progressed until they got to the current signature truck.

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