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X Lost Hydra C7 29" Surfskate

Carver Skateboards X Lost Hydra C7 29" Surfskate

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Størrelsesoversikt Carver Skateboards - Cruisere

Progressive surfing on the asphalt.

Are you looking for a radical surfskate? Then the Hydra Surfskate the perfect choice for you. The Carver X Lost Hydra is based on a traditional "fish" outline with progressive contours.

Riding style
A surfboard for the road. The special construction of the trucks allows very tight turns and simulates the movement on a surfboard very realistically. 

The typical oldschool shape with short, pointed nose, fishtail and practical kicktail gives you a close-to-real surf feeling on the asphalt. The gentle concave gives you a secure foothold on any surface. 

The Carver X Lost Hydra is equipped with the famous Carver C7 surfskate trucks, a two-axis system known for its smooth and flowing ride. The board also comes with fast and grippy 70 mm, 78A Mag Smoke wheels for a secure stand.


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


  • Artikkelnummer: 687508
  • Kjønn:
    • Herre
    • Dame
    • Barn
  • Riding Style:
  • Bredde: 10.5 inch
    1 tomme = 2,54 cm
  • Lengde (inch): 29 inch
  • Bredde (cm): 26.7 cm
  • Lengde (cm): 73.7 cm
    1 tomme = 2,54 cm
  • Hjulstørrelse: 68 mm
  • Hardness Hjull: 78A
    Vanligvis fra 75A (myk - rolig, grep) til 101A (hard - hurtig, teknisk)
  • Surfskate by Carver Skateboards
  • Hydra model
  • Craver Skateboards x Lost Surfboards Cooperation
  • C7 surfskate trucks
  • Carver Roundhouse wheels
  • High quality surfskate
  • WB 16''
  • Nose: 2,625"
  • Tail: 6.25"









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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.