Looking for a set up that's both easy to push and easy on the pockets? You've found it! The AB Maze All-Around brings you low to the ground with its drops, and even more so with the Zenit Flow wheels, which means that you won't have to squat so low and shift your balance around while you're pushing along. Plus, because of the Caliber Standard trucks, you'll get to experience that liberating turning experience while maintaining ultimate stability.
You can always choose a different colour Flow Wheel without affecting the cost of the complete board by selecting the board, trucks, and wheels seperately!
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.
The Maze is a casual and compact version of the AB 2.0. Pressed in the same mold, it features everything you need for an enjoyable long-distance push.
The double drop brings the deck's standing platform close to the ground. This year, the slightly stiffer construction has been designed to provide maximum pumping potential while avoiding bottoming out. Its abrupt cut-outs and absence of kicktails noticeably reduce its weight to make this long distance pusher as portable as any other cruiser out there. The very same cut-outs are now home to newly designed wheel wells so you can fearlessly ride those big wheels you've been dying to go fast on!
Stiffness: 7 / 10
Push : 10 / 10
Cruise : 9 / 10
Weight : 3.34 lbs
The recommended weight for riding this board is equal to or below 250 lbs.
Bio sourced Greenpoxy laminates two sheets of pre-tensioned, pre-cured triaxial fibreglass to four plies of Hard Rock Canadian Maple and one central Poplar ply. Put together, you have a water resistant distance board,
It goes without mentioning that the fibreglass eternally protects the graphic from rocks, curbs, and worst of all, speed bumps. That’s right, the graphic’s there forever!
Simplicity enthralls; complexity gets lost in the cacophony.
I bought the AB MAZE 2.0 All-around. I would not recommend the all-around setup for anyone around 200 pounds. I’m 202 pounds and bottomed out with the all-around setup. I don’t understand why the weight limit on the website is 250 pounds for this setup. I switched from TKPs to RKPs but now have a set of TKPs that won’t be used and I can’t return them. Waste of money in my opinion.
The lack of returns is very frustrating especially when the website displayed a weight limit that did not turn out to be true.
Took a risk buying a board online during Covid and it did not work out. Go try out boards in person my friends.
TL:DR Great board but be careful which setup you get especially if you’re a bigger guy.