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Black Tip C7 32,5" Surfskate

Carver Skateboards Black Tip C7 32,5" Surfskate

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Størrelsesoversikt Carver Skateboards - Cruisere

A surfboard for the road.

The Black Tip is equipped with Carver's Durafusion laminate. This high-density, impermeable thermoplastic layer is fused to the underside of the board to improve strength and durability and extend the life of the deck. The board is pressed in Carver's innovative Hyperspoon shape, which folds upwards on three sides at the nose for a better grip on the front foot.

Riding style
The board has a magical performance. The special construction of the trucks allows you to pump up and down the road without pushing. An ingenious skateboard for surfers who also want to practice their surf turns on flat days.

The C7 truck set allows smooth turns and fast pumping. The amazing resemblance to real surf performance makes the C7 the first choice for surf training for professionals and amateurs. The C2 truck in oldschool design in the back ensures that the board remains super stable when pumping. The soft wheels glide smoothly over any surface and offer excellent grip.


Note: Wheel and truck colours may vary due to stock shortage


  • Artikkelnummer: 725472
  • Kjønn:
    • Herre
    • Dame
    • Barn
  • Riding Style:
  • Bredde: 9.9 inch
    1 tomme = 2,54 cm
  • Lengde (inch): 32.5 inch
  • Bredde (cm): 25 cm
  • Lengde (cm): 82.5 cm
    1 tomme = 2,54 cm
  • Hjulstørrelse: 69 mm
  • Hardness Hjull: 78A
    Vanligvis fra 75A (myk - rolig, grep) til 101A (hard - hurtig, teknisk)
  • Seven-ply maple wood
  • Deck with Durafusion laminate
  • Hyperspoon shape
  • C7 trucks set
  • 69 mm 78A Concave Smoke wheels









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Om Carver Skateboards

Bringing surfing to the streets, but how? A waveless summer in Venice Beach inspired Greg Falk and Neil Carver to experiment. In an old garage behind their house, they began to tinker with skateboards and in particular the trucks. Nowadays, Carver surfskates are in a class of their own and you can train for your next surf session every day.