- Free SNAP Key Chain
- Free SNAP Skateboard Tool
- Free SNAP Multi-tool card (with 83mm x 52mm wheels)
SNAP Longboard (Complete) Specs
|Expanded Size:||41.25" x 8.5" (105cm x 21.5cm)||Wheels:||83mm x 52mm (SHR-80a)|
|Construction:||0.53-inch (13.5mm) bamboo||Shape:||Symmetrical with dual kicktails|
|Folded Size:||20.5" x 8.5" x 5.5" (52cm x 21.5cm x 14cm)||Weight:||9.2 lbs (4.2kg) - Full Set with 83mm Wheels|
|Wheelbase:||31.5" (80cm)||Trucks:||180mm / 50 Degree Baseplates|
|Bearings:||ABEC 9||Support:||200 lbs (90 kg) Recommended limit|
SNAP Survival Multi Tool Card is an ultra-lightweight tool made of durable, sharp, high quality stainless steel - the size of a credit card. Size: 2.6″ X 1.7″ (68 x 45mm) (Pouch included.)
SNAP Survival Muli Tool Specs:
1. Can opener
2. Knife edge
5. Cap opener
6. 4-Position wrench
7. Butterfly screw wrench
8. Saw blade
9. Direction ancillary indication
10. 2-Position wrench
11. Lanyard hole (key ring hole)
- Performance And Practicality All In One. Review by Ash
- The 1055 is an amazing board. I use it to commute to school and it folds up so conveniently and flawlessly fits in my locker. I got a lot of compliments on it. Nice job with this board. I would love to see new innovations from you guys in the future. :) (Posted on 7/31/16)
- It works properly and it is really useful Review by fermaca
- It is perfect for cruising. Big wheels make avoiding obstacles easier. The materials are high quality so it feels really good. I use a cabin bag to carry it in the underground. The block system is robust and the flex is really good (you don't even notice that the longboard is made of 3 deck parts). I have been using it for one week and it is really useful if you live in a little flat or if you travel by bus or underground. (Posted on 10/27/15)
- my respect gentlemen! NICE work! Review by J. B.
- hey snappers! tried out the new board a bit and have to say: my respect gentlemen! NICE work! it floats over almost every ground with ease and cuts my 20 min walks into a 7 minute fun ride and disappear into my backpack if not needed.... perfekt! :) thanks alot! (Posted on 10/7/15)
- Decent portable board for the price Review by Waterpuff
Obviously the key factor here is the fact that this longboard folds down to 1/2 it's length. I've used it for a few weeks now for commuting and here's a brief summary:
It's an acceptable mid range board (for me at least, and my main commuting board is a Dervish Sama). The bearings that come with it are decent quality and roll nicely. Folding mechanism is very solid - once folded out there's no play at all on the hinges. Mine came with 83mm wheels and it rides as expected.
A couple of cons tho:
1. The board has quite a bit of heft to it. Not exactly heavy but I can feel the difference in weight when carrying it.
2. This is a big one - When riding on smooth pavement it's quiet like any decent set up. BUT as soon as it gets a little rough, the hinges rattle like crazy. It's not the hinges coming loose (as I said before, they are very solid) but it's the forward and backwards movements of the little nob that pulls out to unlock the hinges that creates a racket. It is really really loud and the rougher the road/sidewalk/whereveryouride the louder it gets.
***One solution I've come up with is to tape over it with some duct tape, as this sticks the nob in place so it can't hit the hinge attachments. So if you don't mind don't this (like me) it's not that big of a deal breaker since in my case I usually leave it unfolded unless I'm traveling and need to pack it into my carry-on or something (and yes it fits. It's a tight squeeze because of the length 20.5in but it fits).
Decent board with room to improve. If you're looking for a "travel" board to take on trips and don't want to check a full length longboard, I'd recommend this. Although do keep some duct tape in your bag as well :D
Happy riding ^_^
(Posted on 10/6/15)