THE PROPER EXPENSE FOR A GOOD AND STURDY LONGBOARD
When making up your mind about buying any longboard, I bet that price plays an important role in that decision. Not only new skaters but pro riders also consider the cost carefully before purchasing so they can get the best product with their money.
In the case of beginners, the price range of longboards is much more important than other advanced technical specifications since they tend to break their board in a short time. A novice definitely doesn't want to spend too much money on a skateboard that turns out to be unsuitable for them or their skating style. So you may want to take a look at the buying guides for beginners at SkateAdvisors for a general look.
The price of longboards depends on a number of factors such as personal preference, quality, riding styles, etc. therefore, to answer the questions of the most reasonably priced longboards, pro skateboarders are still confused.
In today’s thread, I will list out some typical factors that influence the price of your longboard:
You can have a mini-cruiser with a 32-inch length of a dancing longboard which is longer than 32 inches. Since mini-cruisers are smaller, they are normally cheaper.
Venom, Cloud Ride, and Seismic are some popular names for manufacturing wheels for longboards with high prices. A good set of wheels does contribute to the total price of a skateboard. To learn how to choose a good set of wheels, visit SkateAdvisors for detailed instructions.
TRUCKS AND BEARINGS
These are some critical aspects that skaters have to take care of when buying a longboard. Bearings can cost from $10 to $160 while trucks are less variable since the price range is $35 to $55.
These are the most crucial factors of a longboard but sometimes, the deck’s construction also contributes to the cost. Typically, a decent longboard will cost you about $150 and $450 so you may want to reconsider if you are interested in any model cheaper or more expensive than these limits.