Eastside DK DropKick Longboard Skateboard Deck w/ Grip

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(3 reviews)
Specifications
  • Length (in): 39.5
  • Width (in): 9.75
  • Wheelbase (in): 26.75
  • Concave Style: Rocker, W, Radial
  • Concave Depth: Medium
  • Flex Level: Stiff
  • Plys: 8
  • Construction: Maple
  • Griptape: Standard Black, Applied by MuirSkate
$109.95 USD

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Eastside's Description

Specs:

Length: 39.5"
Width: 9.75"
Wheelbase: 26.75"
Concave: 5/8” radial with 3/4″ rocker, foot flairs, and mellow “W”

By popular request here is the DK DropKick. It is based off one of our oldest designs, the Carbon DropKick. We went all out creating what our fan's wanted; a freerider's dream board with drop-through mounting and double kicks. The mold we designed for this board has a very comfortable concave featuring rocker, foot flairs, and mellow "W". The kick-tails are shaped wide enough to actually use them in a functional and confident way to drop off curbs and lift up the wheels at speed.

Double the pleasure with two kicks to leverage whatever tricks you can imagine! With the lowered platform created by the drop-through and rocker combo, this lightweight board is perfect for LDP as well. This makes it one it one of our most diverse designs able to do it all. We highly recommend it for the beginner rider or anyone seeking an agile yet stable freeride deck with really useful kicks.

Constructed of the highest quality 8 ply maple with a matte black finish and a silk screened graphic of a topographical map featuring the surrounding hills of the Portland Zoo Bomb run.

Recommended wheels: 65-75mm. Recommended trucks: 10" Reverse Kingpin longboard trucks.

Features

Concave: 5.8” radial with 0.75" rocker, foot flairs, and mellow "W".
Symmetrical shape with drop-through mounting and double kicks.
8-ply maple construction and matte black finish.
Silk Screen graphic of Portland Zoo hills.
Stiff for riders 200 lbs and below.

Reviews

Badass Board!
on 2017-09-07
So hard to find a drop-thru with everything this one has, stiff not flexy with really nice concave that feels just right. I love the kicks for getting off curbs and over cracks. I downhill on this up to 35ish no prob. I learned stand-up slides in just few days and getting better at them with more speed all the time now. I'm so happy with this deck I just had to write this. Muir suggested it after I asked for something drop-thru that's durable and can use for everything. Bonus is the kicks that I'm learning to use, so fun to ride off curbs now and float over cracks using the tail to lift the front wheels off the ground. I push it everywhere here in San Diego! Thanks Eastside and Muir Skate!
Skater turned longboarder
on 2016-11-15
Never tried a drop-thru longboard with kicks until I saw this one my friend had. Looked fun what he was doing by dropping off curbs and using the kicks to make sweet pivots in our hood. The first time I stood on it, I instantly felt at home even though it was a longboard. The smaller platform felt great compared to bigger longboards I tried, but what really got me stoked was the kicks! So easy to use and pop the front of the board up over stuff. So I had to get one myself, now I use it more than my skateboard. Or rather I use it to get to the skateparks while I carry my regular board or put it on my backpack. It's really fast and easy for pushing and getting around with the kicks. If you love to ride like a skater on a longboard, this is it!
On point concave
on 2016-09-12
Bought it on a whim after standing on a demo and had to get it. Made by Eastside in the US and only 99 bucks I couldn't go wrong. But really the concave is def on point on how if feels and how easy it is to leverage and slide. Sweet kicks make it really easy to get around the city and drop curbs. I ride it with the new Randals 50 degree 180s and S9 butter balls most of the time, also tried Kegels and they fit perfect!