Cruising Performance. Beginner to Advanced.
Dropped low, like the Apex 34 and Apex 37, the
Pintail 43 is a plate special with all the fixins to satiate your longboard hunger. This tasty delicacy is 43 inches of medium rare satisfaction, served with a slight concave, and the finest graphic au jus (with art by our friend Joe Hodnicki) to slay even the wildest longboarder cravings. Beginner through advanced, grab a
Pintail 43 and bite into more-better performance.
The design of the
Pintail 43 screams cruiser all the way from its stiffer flex pattern down to the standard wider S8, 200mm Original longboard trucks. Beginners and advanced riders alike will appreciate the mellow feel and predictable ride of the
Pintail 43. Go from the cruising to the coastal flats without changing stride.
Cruising in confidence and confidence in your cruising is a luxury provided by the
Pintail 43. The concave in the deck keeps your feet centered, letting you get comfortable while on the move. Stiffer flex, performance tuned to its wheel base, and the ability to mount up a variety of wheels, make this board an all around, buttery, smooth ride.
Wondering Which Pintail Lonboard to Buy?
Just like you wouldn't buy clothes that are too big or small, the same applies to your ride size. We want you to be comfy, cozy. The main factors to consider are: weight, height, and ride style.
Topping the charts at 43 inches, the
Pintail 43 has a 9 ply construction to match up to its longer wheel base. Stiffer flex lends a more stable ride, even for bigger gals and guys . If you’re looking for a board that is steady as a rock, look no further than the
Free and Easy
The key to a carefree riding experience is a board that you can get comfortable on. The ample length of the
Pintail 43 will accommodate wide stances and allow for adjustments for inexperienced riders. You’ll be able to keep your footing when you want, or loosen it easily if you want to cross step up, or dance back down the length of the 43.
Simple can be good. The mild concave and lack of camber strip this deck down to its bare essentials. Beginners will find their groove on the 43 with deceptive ease while advanced riders looking for speed, will enjoy the stability the stiffer board offers up.
Like its kin, the
Pintail 43 is mounted without risers to drop the deck low. The 43 is lower then most drop through decks in fact. Low deck height means pushing ease for longer distances. If your goal is to get from point A to point B with the least effort, the
Pintail 43 can help get you there in style.