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Skate Carver Mini Simms C7 RAW

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Inspired by Bob Simmons, the father of the modern shortboard, this 'little big board' is short and wide, providing super tight turning and easy pumping, all with a bigger board feel

Delivery Time: 24- 48 hours

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Just like the classic Simmons surfboard design, this little board rides like a much larger board, which is why this progressive/retro model has quickly become a firm favourite for Carver riders. The short wheelbase is at its best when pumped in small, tight spaces, easily generating speed from a standstill and maintaining continuous carving. It rules in driveways and curb cuts, where you can make your own mini wave machine, like having a micro-skate park on every pavement!

  • 27.5" deck
  • 9 3/8” wide
  • 5 1/2" tail
  • 2 3/4" nose
  • 14 7/8" wheelbase
  • Front Truck: C7 - 6.25” hanger - 9” Axle - 3.25” Height
  • Rear Truck: C2 - 6.25” hanger - 9” Axle - 3.25” Height
  • 2 x Front truck risers - 1/4”
  • 2 x Rear truck risers - 1/4”
  • 8 x Allen Head Mounting Bolts - 1.5”
  • 4 x Carver Wheels
  • 8 x Carver Bearings & Spacers
NameSkate Carver Mini Simms C7 RAW
BrandCarver Skateboards
Season2019
Type of productSurfskate
Delivery Time24- 48 hours
Length Carver27'5''
Distancia entre ejes14 ⅞" (37,78 cm)
Ruedas SurfskateCarver Roundhouse Ecothane. 65 mm x 52 mm/ 81A.
RodamientosABEC 7
81_FEATURE_Tipo de EjeC7
Medidas Surfskate27'5" X 9 ⅜”
Material Surfskate7 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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