Longboard Shapes

Longboards Shape Guide
There are many shapes of longboards and basically, a longboard is a longer version of a skateboard and they are often faster because of the wheel size. A longboard is commonly used for cruising, downhill racing, slalom riding, sliding, or just transport from A to B, like going around town, commuting to work, or campus. If you are new to longboarding then check out the How to choose a longboard section.

You can buy 1000+ Longboard Skateboards combinations in our store and they come in all kinds of shapes and board styles. To get a better understanding of what's out there, we put the most common shapes together on this page and make selection easier. Some popular longboard shapes are Pintail Longboard, Kicktail Longboard, Drop Through Longboard, Drop Down Longboard, and Cruisers.  For more explanation see the Longboards Shape Guide.
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What is a pintail longboard shape?

A pintail longboard shape features a narrow pointed tail and a wider rounded nose, resembling the shape of a surfboard. This shape is great for cruising and carving, as it allows for fluid movements and easy turns.

What is a drop-through longboard shape?

A drop-through longboard shape has trucks that are mounted through the deck, lowering the board's center of gravity and providing better stability at high speeds. This shape is often used for downhill racing and freeriding.

What is a cruiser longboard shape?

A cruiser longboard shape is typically shorter and wider than other longboard shapes, making it more maneuverable and easier to carry around. This shape is ideal for cruising around town, commuting, and performing basic tricks.

What is a drop-down longboard shape?

A drop-down longboard shape features a lowered center platform between the trucks, providing greater stability and control at high speeds. This shape is often used for downhill racing and freeriding, as it allows the rider to tuck in and achieve greater speeds with less wind resistance.