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Skate Carver Kerrlage CX

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The 31.75-inch Carver Kerrlage skateboard is perfect for all types of rider. It's the result of Carver's rider Josh Kerr. The skateboard is ideal for more aggressive and fast turns.

Delivery Time: 24- 48 hours

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Like any dedicated surfer, team rider Josh Kerr has different boards for different conditions. As part of his Carver quiver he wanted a longer diamond tail deck for bigger carves and faster lines to compliment his shorter 28” Snapper model.

Carver kept the width slightly pulled in to keep the weight down, and with a little extra length you can widen your stance when pumping for speed and get plenty of leverage over the front truck. Since the longer wheelbase can handle more speed, this can handle those ‘big days’ when you want a board that will hold a fast line downhill, but still snap a turn when you get to the top of those big banks. Recommended with the CX truck set for a more progressive skate performance.

WB: 17 1/2" LENGTH: 31.75" long TAIL: 6 3/8" NOSE: 3 3/4" WIDTH: 9 3/4" Wheels: 70mm Roundhouse Mag Smoke wheels

NameSkate Carver Kerrlage CX
BrandCarver Skateboards
Season2019
Type of productSurfskate
Delivery Time24- 48 hours
Length Carver31.7''
Distancia entre ejes17 ½" (44,45 cm).
Ruedas SurfskateCarver Roundhouse Mag Smoke. 70 mm x 50 mm/ 78A.
RodamientosABEC 7
81_FEATURE_Tipo de EjeCX
Medidas Surfskate31.75 X 9 ¾”
Material Surfskate7 láminas de ébano de Makassar.
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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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