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DKNG Artist Series

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WHATS YOUR RIDING STYLE?

Cruiser

A cruiser is typically a little shorter than a standard shortboard with a shorter nose, a more directional shape and soft wheels. These boards are great for skating a variety of terrain, including parks, but can cruise a sidewalk just as well.

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Street / Park

Skateparks vary greatly through out the world, and boards with this symbol can handle most of them. Great for tearing up transition, ramps, funboxes, etc.

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Commuter

A Commuter is typically easier to push because they’re lower to the ground and are well suited to travel long distances or just to get you to work without having to fight traffic.

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Carving

If you like boards that hold their line well in turns and don’t slide out very much, then you'll love a Carving board. That doesn’t mean that they won’t slide at all, rather they are typically set up with lipped wheels that grip better while maintaining speed.

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Freeride

A Freeride board is great for all types of sliding, flat ground tricks as well as low to medium speed carving. If you’re looking to write your name on the street in thane lines, then a Freeride board is what you want.

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Downhill

Downhill boards are built to handle going down large hills or mountain passes. This doesn’t mean that you’re automatically licensed to charge down these hills, but rather that the board can handle it if you have the ability. Always skate within your own abilities and wear a helmet.

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