Cruiser Skateboards & Longboards

Cruiser

Cruiser

Cruiser skateboards are great for everyone, they represent the fun in skateboarding! Cruiser boards are generally easier to ride and are designed for just simply cruising around on - the true essence of skateboarding - just for the fun of it. Sometimes riders can get bogged down with each specific disciplines in skating like park, bowl or vert riding and forget get about why they starting skateboarding the first place - to have fun. Cruiser boards remind them on that because they generally are just loads of fun. A wide deck with big chunky, grippy, forgiving wheels allowing you to carve big lazy turns with the biggest amount of steeze ever. Nothing beats riding in the sunshine with a bunch of your best mates chatting and laughing for hours on end or riding to your girlfriend or boyfriends house with nothing on you mind but pure skateboarding joy.

Cruisers range in size from roughly 22 Inch to 42 Inch, they all have the same features but you can find different styles and designs. The overall theme is that of stability and ease of use. Bigger wheels than street skateboards provide the comfort on all surfaces. Bigger wider trucks and decks help with a more stable ride. All in all, they are designed so you can easily ride and make big sweeping lazy turns as well as gnarly heelside & toeside slides when the mood takes over you.

We have an broad range of boards to choose from depending on budget and size. Kids and younger teenagers will be looking for a cheaper Cruiser but still with hard wearing qualities that will last them as they grow bigger. Adults will be more suited to a slightly bigger style with perhaps a bit more luxury than the more basic set ups. Generally as the boards get more expensive, you start the see the introduction of stiffer stronger decks. Lightweight forged trucks with better bushings. The Cruiser wheels begin to become more in tune with a longboard type of wheel that can be used for than just riding around on, so more aspects for skating are opened up i.e downhill riding, free ride and slide wheels.