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Quest

$120.00

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
5.0 (2 reviews)

-8 ply rock maple construction

-fork-nose design, easy to carry and drag behind you once you’ve reached your destination

-crescent drops, stiff and strong with no weak spots.

-wheelbase options from 28.25-29

-comfy concave that you can push all day

-35 inch length

-9 inch width

-large cutouts will fit big wheels

-1 inch dropped platform

-drop through mounting.

-note: use a truck with a straight baseplate. Bear RKP’s, Randal RII, and other baseplate with bridges will not work. Paris, Randal RIII, Arsenal, and other straight slot baseplates will fit fine!

28 in stock

SKU: QUES.14.DD.V1.8.N Category: Tags: ,

Description

The Quest is the little sister to the Nexus deck. While they are built out of the same mold, the different shapes accentuate features of the mold to form two decks that ride very differently.

Our Quest deck is design with pure commuting in mind. It is lightweight, small, agile, stable, and very low to the ground. It is everything you need out of a pure commuter–a great deck to add to the quiver for passionate skaters and an excellent deck for beginner riders that are not looking for a deck to thrash on but simply a board that is non-intimidating, easy to skate and set up, and easy to ride.

This board features a mild flex and is suitable for riders under 180-ish pounds. General rule of thumb is: if you are heavy, expect to ride bigger wheels on the deck. If you are light, you are going to have more setup options due to less ride height restrictions. We designed this board to flex a little bit to aid in comfort of riding over bumps and choppy pavement.

Large wheel cutouts and wheelbase options allow for further setup tuning which will affect wheel clearance and board flex (smaller wheelbase options = slightly less flex). We have tested this deck at 170 lbs with 70mm wheels on the smaller wheelbase and been fine. We have also tested it with 85mm wheels on the larger wheelbase with 1/4″ drop through riser and been fine. It is very versatile to set up, and our only suggestion is that, if at all possible, you take it to your local skate shop so that you can put it together on site and get it dialed just right! Or just tinker with it and have fun over time.

Additional information

Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 40 x 10 x 4 in

2 reviews for Quest

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Joel

    An absolute pleasure to cruise around town with. I have my Quest paired up with some Paris 150s and 70mm Stims — really enjoying this setup so far! The board has just the right amount of flex for me at 175lbs. It’s a very stable board but not clumbsy by any means and ton of fun to carve turns with. Highly recommended!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Garrett

    I’m in love. This is my favorite longboard.
    Using Paris 150 RKPs and 85mm Seismic Speed Vents. Per Jeff’s suggestion, using some Riptide APS Canon bushings. No wheel bite at all. I’m 5’9, 210, size 13 feet and the slight flex is just perfect. The wheels are flush with the side of the deck so there is absolutely no chance of kicking a wheel. Fantastic for long distance pushing. Very low down and probably the only setup that I’ve ever had ergonomically correct technique on. It is SO easy to push. Even pushing into some crazy wind off of Lake Michigan that would have killed me on any other board, this setup still had me going and wanting to push further. I highly recommend the Speed Vents. I’ve done about 40 miles this week alone.
    It’s the perfect length. Unlike with the Ember, where my back foot sometimes comes back down on top of the back truck after pushing, that’s nearly impossible to do on this deck. Even though it’s only 36″ long it basically has the longest actual foot platform I’ve ever used. Even with Speed Vents it is light enough to carry around.
    I know everyone is talking about the Ember and Trip these days, but this is my all around #1 deck.

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