What's your own perfect session? Do you want to rip a rad short Skateboard or cruise on a Longboard, or carve the pave with a Surfskate or get your core workout on a SUP Skate or do you just close your eyes and feel that board warping snowboard vibe? If yes, to any of these, Hamboards has a plank for you.
Now, consider your Experience Level and Portability Requirements then check out these words. Be honest but avoid the temptation to be overly practical.
It’s got Indy-style skateboard trucks, massive 24mm block risers and it’s almost 18 inches wide. This baby can pump and turn. And it’s barefoot friendly.
It's wide, flat and you can get every last bit of turn from the reverse kingpin trucks.
This is the next-level longboard that you never knew you could ride. All you have to do is think about turning and you’re in it. No joke; we’ve heard it hundreds of times. This makes long boarding much easier.
The super-wide and “turny” Fish is a dry-land trainer for aspirational surfers because it’s so incredibly responsive. Groms can practice paddling and pop-ups in the driveway... And, no shoes required.
A smaller deck and smaller wheels make this little fish far more manageable than the Fish, but it’s still a full-on surf skate that makes rad turns.
It’s a much longer version of the Huntington Hop Carve, with almost 5 feet of deck. Walk it. Dance it. Cruise it. Carve it. The Logger is the favorite of snowboarders. This is a rad surf skateboard that’s also awesome for SUP Skating. The Street Sweeper SUP Skate Paddle keeps the stoke flowing.
These are huge boards that have some weight to them and have enormous wheels. You will be surprised at how the length, width and weight make these surf skate feel so much like surfing. These things can turn but they can also cruise on and on and on. The Classic and Pinger are the world’s finest longboard surf skates, made for barefoot footwork and nose riding. When you add the Street Sweeper SUP Skate paddle, you will be amazed at how much fun you can have and how far you can go. Most people will never get the chance to feel the sensation of SUP Surfing, but if you put a couple miles together on these boards, you’ll know what it’s like. AND, if you put 20 miles in, you’ll be amazed at the super-effective core workout. It’s soooooo fun.