Push effortlessly around town and down the street on a complete that rolls forever! The AZ's wedged shape promotes pumping in the front and stability in the back. Enjoy precise turns thanks to the Paris trucks and maintain momentum on the new Zenit LDPs. The Calibers let you choose whether you want rake or not, and the LDPs 90mm diameter make the ride feel like it never loses its speed.
The complete board is shipped unassembled so, if you don't own one already, we recommend the purchase of a Skate Tool to setup your complete board.
A sturdy long distance pusher with a tail. Take it off curbs and over speed bumps, all while keeping the graphic pristene.
A 10° wedge and 13° dewedge make for a lively carve in the front and a less sensitive truck in the back. The extra truck angle at the front helps you pump, and the lower angle in the back reduces the truck's angle for a damper turn.
Stiffness: 8.5 / 10
Push : 10 / 10
Cruise : 10 / 10
Weight : 4.1 lbs
A bio sourced epoxy laminates five plies of Canadian Maple into a rigid, water-resistant core that’s protected by a sheet of pre-tensioned fibreglass on either side, eliminating warping entirely. A solid board with ideal flex.
You bet! When a pesky pedestrian directs your sidewalk surfing off the curb or you heading for a great big crack in the road, having a tail to get the front wheels up off the ground can keep away scratches and stress fractures. If you ride it with Zenit LDPs, you could probably hold a rediculously long manual too.
Simplicity enthralls; complexity gets lost in the cacophony.
Bonjour, comme vos planches sont en soldes, chez Rollin,et la AZ n’y est pas….est-ce possible d’avoir un rabais?
Cette planche m’intéresse beaucoup.
I asked before ordering and was told it is fine for heavy rider as is no extra layer needed.
It is fine for pushing, paddling. But front with truck mounting holes has significant flex and it is changing front truck angle under the load. Kind of cumbersome for pumping. Bottom material is not durable. Kicked the tail down couple of times and plastic on the bottom already scratched.
I have ridden this board for about 80km now. I just want to say that this board is well made. Feels light. The wedging helps with pumping and the drops helps with the pushing. The kicktail makes it easy to kick the board up.
I think this board would be a good introduction to long distance pumping. No need to mess around with wedges. Just slap on some standard non-precision trucks, maybe adjust the bushings and you are good to go. With the kicktail and the single piece construction (which means no need for brackets), this board should also be suitable for daily commuting.
The AZ provides ample leg room, feels secure/stable/ solid with the front leg on the centre line as you push with the other. A slight flex is evident (more flex than the AB3.0) which helps pumping after getting up to speed. I set this up with surfy TKP front, narrower TKP rear + 85mm wheels, and the pump performance is just shy of a top mount with precision trucks. Averaged 17kmh on a debut 8km test... and I am sure it can be pushed further with the right adjustments. Convenient for new entrants to LDP without thinking of brackets or wedges; a fresh feel for some of us who have done it longer. Love thr deck construction & the overall ride feel!