Cruising Longboards

Cruiser Longboards

Cruising or carving longboards are great for a mellow ride from A to B. Like a ride to school or just around town, the lake, some hills, or transportation to the office, then get yourself a cruiser. They are excellent for carving and having lots of fun. Many have great intricate designs and you and your friends will love them. 

Cruising boards are available in many sizes, so see which is most applicable to your need. Cruising longboards are sometimes called carving longboards, it's just a name, so don't worry about that too much. Pick your favorite longboard cruiser from this section and go outside, start cruising and have fun. We also have a selection of longboard cruisers, which is more shape model, like a pintail, kicktail, and such, instead of an activity (eg. cruising, downhill) 

What is Cruising - Longboard Cruising?

Cruising is the most common form of longboarding. The word says it already. You cruise around. Anybody can do it. Beginners start with cruising. Also experts cruise. It brings you from point A to point B. It is a form of transportation and it is gentle and relaxed. There will be no hills or mountains involved. Most cruising longboards you will see on the streets are between 32"-42" long. These are the perfect choice for moving. The wheels are soft so you won't feel every bump and the board has a flex which can help you on long rides and also absorbs some of the rough terrains you may have. Some people love flexy boards since it is springy, and they rebound, others prefer the increased sense of stability for higher speeds that comes with a stiffer deck, this choice will ultimately be up to your personal preference. Get your long board skateboards now!

Which Longboard Shape is best for Cruising?

A pintail longboard is typically a good option for relaxed and chilled boardwalk cruising. Kicktails and Drop-Throughs are excellent too.

Which Longboard is best for cruising?

Most cruising longboards you will see on the streets are between 32"-42" long. Longer is more stable, so easier for cruising. Pintail, Kicktail, Drop Down are all good shapes for cruising.

Can I use a cruising longboard for tricks and stunts?

While cruising longboards are not specifically designed for tricks and stunts, some people do use them for these purposes. However, it is generally recommended to use a traditional skateboard for tricks and stunts, as they are more agile and responsive than cruising longboards.

How do I care for my cruising longboard?

To ensure that your cruising longboard stays in good condition, there are a few simple steps you can follow: Store your longboard in a dry and cool place to prevent it from getting damaged. Keep your longboard clean by wiping it down with a damp cloth after each ride. Inspect your longboard regularly for any damage or wear and tear, and repair or replace any damaged parts as needed. Keep your longboard lubricated by applying a small amount of lubricant to the bearings after each ride. This will help to keep them running smoothly and prevent them from wearing out too quickly.