Sale! Skate Carver Triton Hydron 27” C5 Raw Expand

Skate Carver Triton Hydron 27” C5 Raw

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  • Deck: 27”
  • Wide: 9”
  • Wheelbase: 14 3/4”
  • Axis: C5 Raw

Delivery Time: 24- 48 hours

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199,00 €

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208,00 € tax incl.

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Triton is for the younger rider looking for a smaller board to rip. From its bright boardshort-inspired graphics to its die-cut deck grip, everything is pure surf. Proportioned to enable the same power moves as full-sized surfskates, this lineup answers the need for an easy carving mini for the frothing grom. Whether for just pushing around town or advanced kinesthetic surf training, these sturdy ‘little big boards’ do it all.

Triton’s high performance comes from its precision-pivot Carver trucks, fast and grippy Roundhouse 61MM wheels and 7 ply hard rock maple Triton deck, each the result of over 20 years of surfskate innovation and experience. Each board comes with the commitment to premium quality and durability that makes Triton the perfect introduction to surfskate for any age.

A minnow-sized fish, the Hydron features Carver’s softer bushings and lower trucks on a grom-sized deck for the full surf and skate experience at any age.

  • Deck: 27”
  • Wide: 9”
  • Wheelbase: 14 3/4”
  • Axis: C5 Raw
NameSkate Carver Triton Hydron 27”
BrandCarver Skateboards
Season2019
Type of productSurfskate
Delivery Time24- 48 hours
Length Carver27"
Distancia entre ejes14 ¾" (37,46 cm)
Ruedas SurfskateCarver Roundhouse Ecothane. 65 mm x 52 mm/ 81A.
RodamientosABEC 7
81_FEATURE_Tipo de EjeC5
Medidas Surfskate27" X 9”
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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