Elegant, alluring, vivacious. The Tango will inspire you to dance like no one's watching, and we're sure that you'll feel all the more empowered to try that new trick by this freestyle oriented dancer's large platform. A comfortable flex pattern matched with 50° Caliber II trucks will help you carve like you've always wanted to carve, and the Zenit Flow wheels will carry you along your way whether you're dancing down the street or surfing on the sidewalk.
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.
Dancing so elegantly and enticingly will come to you naturally as your feet move in cadence with the Tango. A gracefully rigid flex throughout the deck provides a predictable platform tailored equally to dancers and freestylers with a flow running through their veins. Vivacious curves along the board’s middle gradually progress into square tails subtly introduced by 1/8” microdrops creating a contour with ample room to confidently land with your feet over the wheels, perfect for those who use the entire length of the board or who practice no
Sitting atop two inches of different wheelbase options, the Tango inspires a plethora of different steps and maneuvers that are certain to fascinate onlookers and to enchant the artist lucky enough to ride along on it.
Weight: 4.2 lbs
The recommended rider weight for this board is below 250 lbs.
Laminated together with bio sourced Greenpoxy, five plies of Hard Rock Canadian Maple create the strong core needed to withstand deep dancing carves and multiple freestyle impacts. A top layer of pre-tensioned triaxial fibreglass offer a smooth outer surface perfect for quick footwork, and a bottom layer works as a water resistant and graphic containing shield.
Pre-tensioned triaxial fibreglass is exceptionally durable and splinter-proof, as opposed to
a traditional triaxial fibreglass application. It adds strength to the board
and noticeably increases pop, so while the natural flex pattern of the wood is
maintained, the potential for tricks is elevated.
Simplicity enthralls; complexity gets lost in the cacophony.
I’m a beginner, and was traded with great respect through the process of getting a board. And now I’m really enjoying the learning process.
Some criticism: The how-to video was low quality—It seamed to be targeted at people who already have an understanding of board set-up, kingpin vs reversed kingpin, etc.
Also, the website was a little bit confusing. So I ended up with two sets of trucks.