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Another discipline of boarding emerged from freestyle skateboarding: cruising.

Cruisers are actually a kind of short longboards that you can easily take with you and take out of your bag when you get tired of walking. You are of course much faster with a cruiser board than on foot and many cyclists would become a speck in your rear-view mirror if you had one.

A cruiser board stems from the classic board, but has been adapted and improved to optimally do what its name says, cruising. The shape is somewhat different, often shorter and wider, approximately between 55cm and 75cm. That is shorter and wider than a (regular) skateboard. Most cruisers of course have larger and softer wheels for that wonderful ride.

A cruiser is therefore a wonderful means of transport for longer distances. Easy to carry in a bag or backpack, also easy to use on public transport. And then when you are where you want to be, you take out the cruiser and the cruise fun begins. Alone or with friends, going to a beautiful place like this and going on a cruise there is of course just fantastic.

We have cruisers in our range of types and sizes, built with specific properties in mind. If you mainly want speed and stability, then choose a wide cruiser board with wide trucks. If you want a lot of maneuverability, then choose a narrow board with narrow trucks. You can select this in the shop, but also in our store.

If you have no idea yet, you can visit the store and try out different boards to see and experience what you prefer. Thanks to our extensive range, it should be possible to find a cruiser that meets someone's specific wishes.



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