All, of course, is no stranger to skateboarding. Skateboard is a type of sports equipment used for skateboarding activities summit board. Usually consists of specially designed Maplewood boards combined with a layer of polyurethane which is used to make slides/layers of fine wood with stronger durability. Most skateboards are made with 7 layers. Well, there are many types of skateboards, such as cruiser skateboard, boosted boards, street boards, and so on. See the explanation below for more details.
1. Arbor Pocket Rocket Mini
The Arbor Pocket Rocket Mini has all the features of the Arbor longboard but was built for ordinary skateboarding scales. The result is a super smooth skate, different from the others, and almost no sound when used. The trick on Arbor Pocket Rocket is a little difficult, but it can be done. Arbor Pocket Rocket Mini is a brilliant blend of longboard and skateboard.
2. Boosted Board
The Boosted Board is a rechargeable electric longboard controlled by a wireless remote operated by the driver. Boosted combines the wishes of skaters who crave speed in driving a longboard with perfect balance.
Boosted Board can reach speeds of up to 22 mph depending on the model, but the balance is quite stable, unless you start doing tricks on this skateboard, its stability can certainly be disrupted.
The Flowlabs company makes surfboards with crazy DCS trucks, featuring 7 bow-shaped wheels. The result is a board that slides like a skateboard, something like a snowboard, and can manoeuvre more deeply than anything else already exists.
Although many snowboarders use Flowboard to practice in the summer, you need to see this board and feel it for yourself. The super unique truck design allows you to experience unbeatable skating.
Freeboard is designed to simulate snowboarding on the sidewalk. The freeboard has a wide G3 truck frame, like a longboard, but with an additional set of wheels mounted directly behind the G3 truck frame and produces a different feel when used.
Freeboard is offered in several shapes and sizes, even with bamboo and wood deck materials from Canadian maples. Freeboard makers have also developed their special wheels.
5. Freelines Skates
Freelines actually can not be called a skateboard, but Freelines uses something like aboard as a footstool with very small size when compared to a skateboard.
So what Freelines are. Freelines are small metal plates with two 72 mm longboard wheels below. Freelines don’t have straps, and you can’t stand still on them, but freelines create effects like skateboards even with the position of one board on each foot.
6. Mountain Board
Mountain Board (also called Dirtboards) is a large skateboard with big tires and sometimes even has brakes, designed for off-road, downhill and the like.
Mountain Board can develop your friend’s creativity, can be used with parachutes and many others. There are many styles and brands of Mountain Board available depending on what type of Mountain Board you want.
7. One Wheel
One wheel is made by an engineer at Mountain View, One wheel is a one-wheel electric skateboard. This skateboard is a hobby for people who hope that Segway can become an extreme sport.
8. Street Board
Street board is the same as a skateboard, but the street board is equipped with two flexible points where the nose and tail of the skateboard have a shaft. Friend’s legs will feel bound (though not always).
This allows you to do crazy tricks, while flexibility allows you to manoeuvre in a way that is not possible on a regular skateboard.