Whether it be carving through the streets, bombing hills, or cruising by the Seawall the Landyachtz Dinghy Maze does it all!
The Classic Dinghy shape has been the cornerstone of our cruiser lineup for many years now and it continues to deliver good times. At 28.5″ long and 8″ wide, it’s an agile city cruiser that can go where many boards can’t. The Classic Dinghy is pressed with 7 plies of Canadian maple for a light, stiff and poppy ride.
Ready to turn on a dime and provide the responsiveness you desire are the Polar Bear trucks. These 105mm Polar Bear trucks are strong, agile, and ready to grip the tightest turns.
These fast rolling Landyachtz Fatty Hawgs and Bear Spaceball Built-in bearings are the perfect match if you are wanting to have some fun while cruising around. Ride for miles or turn them side ways and slide. With a 63mm diameter, these wheels will tackle anything in its path.
Rip around town like never before with this compact Landyachtz Dinghy Maze. Designed and purpose-built with quality components and functional shapes to make your next urban adventure epic. Carve a hill, slash a bank, pop up a curb on your way to wherever you have to go. The perfect size for stashing.
Loads of performance jammed into a tiny package, the Landyachtz cruiser boards are some of the most fun and capable boards out there! Development of these boards is informed by years of R&D for racing and freeriding. These completes offer up the most distilled version of everything that Landyachtz has learned over the years about how skateboards should turn, roll, and feel.
LANDYACHTZ DINGHY MAZE COMPLETE:
- Deck width: 8″
- Deck length: 28.5″
- Wheelbase: 14.6″
- 100% Canadian Maple construction
- BOARD AS COMPLETE INCLUDES:
- Polar Bear 105mm trucks
- Bear Spaceball Built-in bearings
- Landyachtz Fatty Hawgs 63mm 78a
- Wheels from factory may vary
- More here: LANDYACHTZ COMPLETES
Cruiser boards are great for skating pretty much anything and that’s why Alex and Edd took their dinghies out for a skate & explore mission to a riverfront they’ve never been before. When team rider Dane Hanna wanted to bomb some serious hills, it was time to trade in the dinghy and switched to the race category so they can get downhill speeds on the El Peligro (Dane’s Pro Model). No matter what style you’re skating, it’s always the best way to make the most of the day!