Longboards for 250 lbs +

Looking for a longboard that can handle the weight? Beercan Boards have got you covered! These longboards are designed to accommodate heavier riders, supporting well over 250 pounds. Crafted from high-quality aluminum, these boards provide exceptional strength and durability, ensuring a long-lasting ride for riders of all sizes.

Whether you're a small or large guy/girl, you'll love cruising on these incredible boards, built to withstand the test of time. For those seeking an eco-friendly alternative, consider bamboo-based boards, which offer remarkable sturdiness and flexibility, capable of supporting substantial weight.

When selecting a longboard, keep an eye out for boards with numerous plies, as more plies result in increased stability. Boards with 9 or 10 plies are designed to hold a considerable amount of weight, making them perfect for riders seeking both reliability and performance. So, no matter "how much a longboard can hold," rest assured that Beercan Boards and bamboo-based options have got your back!

Bamboo is also a very sturdy and flexible product, which can hold a lot of weight, so check out the bamboo-based boards too. Look for boards with many plies - more plies are sturdier - boards with 9/10 plies can hold a fair amount of weight.

Do Longboards have a weight limit?

Most Longboard Decks are made of 6-8 wooden plies. The more plies the stronger the board and the heavier the rider can be. Most boards are tested up to 180-200 lbs. So for heavier riders you need to look for board with 8-9 ply and/or other, stronger materials like Fiberglass, Aluminum and Bamboo. Many board with these materials allow for heavier riders.

Which Longboards are good for people over 220 lbs?

For heavier riders its best to look for boards made with either 9ply, aluminum, fiberglass or bamboo based longboard materials.

Are there any safety tips for heavier riders on a longboard?

Yes, some safety tips for heavier riders on a longboard include checking the weight capacity of the longboard before riding, wearing protective gear such as a helmet and pads, and starting out on flat, smooth surfaces to get comfortable with the board before attempting more challenging terrain. It's also important to maintain the longboard and regularly check for any signs of wear and tea