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Monday, February 1, 2016

Rimable Skateboard Review





Freeriding Drop-Through Longboard 

This Drop-Through Long board is the perfect choice for anyone wanting all the benefits of a standard drop through but with a tighter turning radius.
Whether you're weaving through people or cones this little carver will definitely do the trick. 
With its low deck height for easy pushing, 9.5" wide deck for powering through turns and 70mm PU wheels for a cadillac smooth ride and ultra low rolling resistance the 41" Drop Through Longboard is a hard-to-beat all-rounder. 

The Drop-Through Longboard with Maximum stability makes this a great choice for downhilling, 
while its ease of pushing is perfect for long distance riding or just kicking around town/campus.

We received this 41 inch Drop-through Long Board from Rimable at no cost in exchange for an honest review.


Review

My husband used to be really into skateboarding when he was younger. When we lived up north there were few and far between opportunities for him to enjoy his passion. Weather, location and grown up life kept getting in the way. We have moved down to Florida and it's become easier for him to get back into skateboarding again. We have two boys and they are old enough now that daddy can get them into the fun of skateboarding also. My husband was very excited to get this longboard from Rimable. This board is well balanced, manuevers easily, even in tight spots, and rides really smooth. We live right on the edge of town and we are 5-10 minutes from just about anything we could need. Gas stations, pizza shops, Walmart, other grocery stores and so much more are within easy walking/biking/skateboarding distance so we don't have to worry about wasting gas in the car. My husband has been using his Rimable board to run to the corner store, and to Walmart when we only need one or two things. He is very impressed with the board and loves how smooth the ride is, even when he's really flying on it. The board gets moving pretty fast.

He's been working on teaching the boys about how to balance and use the skateboard also. They have some growing to do, but we will be definitely be coming back to Rimable when it's time to get the boys their own board!

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