The 29.5-inch Carver Courtney Conlogue skateboard is designed by the great surfer Courtney, who used a skateboarding style to train before she immersed herself in surfing.
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Courtney had been training on a Carver for several years before we sponsored her, so by the time we met about designing her model, she had plenty of ideas, from the shape and length to the graphic. Short and wide was her mantra, so she can practice maneuvers with great control and precision proportionate to her size. This premium skate features an eco-certified Walnut veneer bottom.
The Carver Courtney Conloque comes with the new Roundhouse Concaves, which are designed to increase grip over standard wheel designs. The arched surface flexes to hug the road, allowing you to lean into turns like never before, and come the closest to the kind of hold you get from a surfboard rail buried in the face of a wave.
You can ride the Carver Board with the Carver C7 or the Carver CX.4 trucks. Both truck systems fit the boards well! Surfing training, pumping, turning and cutbacks work equally well with both trucks. The Carver C7 allows for a wider range of settings, whereas the Carver CX is kept rather simple.
Comes complete with CX 6.5 axles in matt black finish and Concave 69mm/78a Oxblood wheels. Grip Style: Deck Pad.
WB: 16" LENGTH: 29.5" long TAIL: 6 1/8" NOSE: 3 1/4" WIDTH: 9 3/4" Wheels: Concave 69mm/78a Oxblood
|Name||Skate Carver Courtney Conlogue C7|
|Type of product||Surfskate|
|Delivery Time||24 - 48 horas|
|Distancia entre ejes||16" (40,64 cm)|
|Ruedas Surfskate||Carver Roundhouse Smoke Cóncavas. 69 mm x 52 mm/ 78A.|
|81_FEATURE_Tipo de Eje||C7|
|Medidas Surfskate||29.5 X 9 ¾”|
|Material Surfskate||7 láminas de ébano de Makassar.|
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.