9.9in x 43.5in Retro Shark Pintail Cruzer

9.9in x 43.5in Retro Shark Pintail  Cruzer 9.9in x 43.5in Retro Shark Pintail  Cruzer

This Item Is Not Currently In Stock

Description

Santa Cruz Pintails are excellent for transportation, cruising and downhill riding. Very smooth, stable and easy to ride. The Roard Rider 180 trucks turn killer... like a shark. Cruise smoothly over the roughest roads with the Road Rider 78a wheels. Great for beginners of any size, weight and age.
We're gonna need a bigger boat.

Videos

Those Who Bought This Also Bought

This Item Is Not Currently In Stock

Description

Santa Cruz Pintails are excellent for transportation, cruising and downhill riding. Very smooth, stable and easy to ride. The Roard Rider 180 trucks turn killer... like a shark. Cruise smoothly over the roughest roads with the Road Rider 78a wheels. Great for beginners of any size, weight and age.
We're gonna need a bigger boat.

Technical Information

5.3791"
31.619"
2.343"
9.9"
43.5"

Reviews and Comments

Total Comments: 10
Prev1 2 3 Show All
July 1, 2014
Hi it's me again i'm not to sure about the idea of a pintail but something that can take me down a hill fast and then be the perfect cruizer along the beach coastline and be able to take to school , but if it still comes down to a pintail i'm fine with that :)
NHS Fun Factory replied
Yes, a pintail is perfect for that style of skating.
May 15, 2014
my friend has one with a bottle opener on it dose this one have a bottle opener?
NHS Fun Factory replied
Sorry but our pintails no longer come with the bottle openers in the deck.
April 21, 2014
Also i have another question. you replied to dixon that he should loosen the trucks when he first gets the board. is this required or not?how loose should the trucks be?
NHS Fun Factory replied
Not really a requirement for this board. It helps with most truck cushions in general. Some trucks really take some breaking in. These shouldn't need it as much due to their design. The important thing is to not make them ultra tight before riding it at all.

The truck tightness depends on how you like to ride. If you want to be able to turn sharp and often it would be good to have looser trucks. If you want a more stable ride at high speeds its good to tighten them up a little bit but it will make it a little hard to turn in close quarters at slower speeds.
Also, the heavier you are the looser the trucks will feel.

I would suggest riding them how they come for a little while. We tend to keep the trucks medium when we sell them. Then you can see if it feels comfortable and determine whether it feels any better loosening them up, tightening them or just leaving them the same.
April 21, 2014
I have a question. Is this a cruiser or a longboard, Because i thought it was a longboard.
NHS Fun Factory replied
It is both. Definitely a longboard.

Ask A Question Or Leave A Review/Comment

Review   Question   Comment  

NHS Fun Factory ONLY ships to the United States (PR & VI included) Canada.