The YOW Complete is the perfect mode of transport for anybody looking to take that surfy feeling to the streets. A super fun board with the style factor for long carves, a smooth ride and featuring a cool design. With its 33'' length, the Amatriain is one of the longer boards of the YOW Collection. It comes with a low bat- kicktail, this way you can really power through those turns. The complete board features 60mm, 83A wheels. Of course these improve the already great surf feeling and slide properties of the setup. 7 layers of hard rock maple provide enough stability, at the same time the included ABEC 7 Black bearings give you plenty of speed where needed. The trucks offer the option to select between 2 different wheel base lengths, either 19'' or 20''. The wider the wheel base, the smoother and wider your turns will be. If you want to do some real tight turns, then just mount the trucks with the smaller wheel base.
This board is primarily a typical oldschool cruiser but, with a combination of different trucks, is also capable of a few casual tricks or the odd bowl session, as well as long cruises along the beachfront or through the streets.
The YOW system
The movement on the YOW board is so similar to the movement on a surfboard, that it can also function as a surf trainer. This is as the same stance, posture and needed weight distribution is required as during riding the waves. The patented YOW trucks (baseplates) provide the possibility to select between 3 different strengths of the built in spring. All 3 different strengths are included with every truck or complete board, giving you a maximum of customizability. Therefore this setup is suitable for every weight class and age group. The way the trucks twist, makes extremely tight turns possible. The option of locking the trucks allows you to turn your Skate-Surf into a standard cruiser with the help of the simple YOW locking screw. No more than any standard skate tools are required to set up your YOW Surf Skate.
Note: Wheel and truck colours may vary due to stock shortage