Lowrider 2013


Lowrider 2013

Updated shape for easier handling!

This maple + fibreglass board provides lots of foot space and a deep concave for good grip and comfortably cruising those long hills.

For maximum stability, it has a dropped platform, which gives you a lowered centre of gravity and more stable/comfortable pushing / foot braking.

If you’ve not yet tried a dropped deck, you need to give it a go!

Technical

  • Size: 100,8 cm × 24 cm / 39.7” × 9.4”
  • Weight: 2,2 kg
  • Truckbase: 83,2 cm / 32.8”
  • Shape: Top mount, Deep radial concave, dropped platform, camber
  • Construction: 7-ply Canadian hardmaple + 2-ply fibreglass
  • Flex: 3
  • Downhill: 3
  • Freeride: 4
  • Carving: 5
  • City: 3
  • Designed for: Commute, Carving, Cruising, Freeride

Graphics: Skurktur

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10 Responses

  1. Henrik

    What’s the approximate height of this board, is it farther och closer to the ground compared to the Twin?

    • Slipstream

      Hi Henrik!
      Using exactly the same setup, The Lowrider is approximately 5 mm. lower to the ground compared to The Twin.
      Good luck!

  2. Thomas

    Is this longboard 100cm or 104cm?

  3. hi together,

    can i ride the lowrider with a weight of 110 kg? and how much concave has it?

    Kind regards

    Ronny

    • Slipstream

      Hi Ronny!
      The Lowrider can handle a 110 kg rider, but will be flexy, so if you like flexy boards it should be good!
      For concave, look at above shots.

      Good luck!

  4. Daniel

    What kind of wheels and trucks is it on the 2012 modell

    • Slipstream

      Hi Daniel!
      A lot of different wheels and trucks can be used on this board. Ask your retailer about the setup they are offering!
      Pictured on the 2012 Lowrider are Paris 180 trucks and Divine 70mm wheels.

      Good Luck!

  5. Daniel

    Are Every wheels and trucks able to use on this board?

    • Slipstream

      Hi Daniel!
      We recommend using “180” trucks on this model (around 10″), so as long as you stick with that width you should be good.
      For wheels we recommend a wheel between 69 and 76 mm at a durometer between 78 and 83a.

      Good Luck!

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