The resemblance is unmistakable because the Globe Sun City Cruiser and a fish surfboard are quite similar. The shape and style will make you dream of roaring waves and tropical islands.
The board is perfect for cruising or carving.
The surfboard-inspired shape is a mix of cruiser and carver and allows for a lot of freedom of movement thanks to the medium length. Ideal for crowded places where you have to weave your way through. The slight concave makes for an easy, relaxed ride.
The Multiple Wood construction is pressed with an epoxy resin, making the deck lighter, more stable and more durable than water-based decks. The coconut construction allows using less maple wood for an eco-friendly deck that leaves a smaller carbon footprint.
The slant trucks and the softer wheels provide a typical cruiser skateboard feeling. High-quality ball bearings ensure smooth cruising along the pavement.
In general, the set-up offers good control. The 62 mm wheels offer the right balance of speed and grip and make the board very manoeuvrable.
Note: Wheel and truck colours may vary due to stock shortage
od Gabriele, 1. 8. 2019
What started out as a skateboard import business in Melbourne in the late '70s is now one of the biggest players on the skateboard market. Known for their "true to the roots" skate shoes, Globe have taken generations of skaters to heart and progressed alongside with them. With a longstanding tradition of supporting actions such as Go Skateboarding Day and helping to improve the quality of skate parks in Australia, Globe are as dedicated as they are hungry.