The deck features a mild camber between the drops and incredibly tight curvature, considering the required curves necessary to make this geometry work. And we integrate very mild versions of our crescent drops in all curvature points (even the down-curve of the de-wedged back end!) on this deck, making them stronger than boards of the past and allowing us to control where the board flexes. Our concave is mellow, as it should be, so that you’re comfortable no matter what distance you’re skating. But the curves are subtle and strong, and there are no true flat spots on the board anywhere, resulting in superb board feel.
For those who already understand this type of LDP board, let’s just get a couple key features out of the way that distinguish this board from any other deck of this type made before. Firstly, it has been designed around our most classic and readily available RKP cast trucks available. The intention here is to offer a super high functioning but cost effective setup.
The inherent geometry of our Supersonic LDP longboard will allow you to run Bear 130mm, 155mm or Paris 150mm effectively. You’ll want either the 40 degree (Bear) or 43 degree (Paris) in back, and either the 50 or the 40/43 in front. Because of the very similar base geometry of these trucks, they will run within about 1.5mm axle height from front to back regardless of which truck position you use, WITHOUT RISER and our 86mm McFly wheels.
Any further tinkering is certainly welcome, but this is an incredible starting point for a top of the line LDP longboard setup, with the stock setups already being super effective right out of the box.
The 7-ply configuration is for people between 70kg - 90kg (160lbs - 210lbs)
The complete comes with options to mount 130mm Bear Trucks or 150mm Paris trucks with a huge selection of wheels from Seismic, Boa Wheels and 88Wheel Co. The new 88 Wheel Co. Gummies bushing are available as an add on.
Deck Length: 36.5"" Long
Deck Width: 9.2"" Wide
Wheel Base: 25.25 WB in rear 1
Wheel Base: 30"" WB in rear 2
Front Angle: 15 degree front wedge
Rear Angle: 40 deg rear wedge (flipped zero)
Rear Angle: -17 degree rear dewedge
Same Ride Height as Pranayama