Globe Big Blazer Olive 32" Cruiserboard
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Globe Big Blazer Olive 32" Cruiserboard

Globe Big Blazer Olive 32" Cruiserboard



  • Medium length diamond tail cruiser with built-in bottle opener and soft conical wheels. The Big Blazer in Bamboo/Olive features a mellow concave deck constructed from sustainable bamboo which is harder and stiffer than hard rock maple. This mid-size cruiserboard also features 6.0” Tensor alloy trucks with grade-8 kingpins and high-rebound urethane bushings. Globe's 62mm 83a high-rebound urethane conical cruiser wheels are sticky enough to hold turns and slide while allowing for a smooth and stable ride.

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  • TRUCKS 6.0” Tensor alloy trucks
    WHEELS 62mm 78a Conical Cruiser wheels
    BEARINGS ABEC 7 Bearings
    DECK CONSTRUCTION Bamboo deck construction
    SIZE (length x width) 32" x 9.125" x 17.5"WB
  • SLANT STANDARD TRUCKS

    + GUARANTEED FOR LIFE

    Standard trucks typically used on models less than 34" long

    PERFORMANCE WHEELS

    + FASTER SMOOTHER GRIPPER

    Globe’s high-rebound urethane formulas are abrasion resistant, smoother, faster, and provide excellent grip.

    SUPER HIGH-REBOUND BUSHINGS

    + VERSATILE PERFORMANCE

    Our high-rebound 92a durometer bushings are used in a variety of shapes across the line to match the functionality of each board. From stability at high speeds to carving with responsive turning, they’re chosen to appropriately fit styles from fast downhill lines to cruising, carving, and street skating.

    ABEC 7 BEARINGS

    + LESS PUSHING, LONGER ROLL

    Standard on every Globe complete, Globe Abec-7 bearings spin faster and longer which means less effort and enables getting up to full-speed faster. All longboard completes feature bearing spacers for quicker acceleration and higher rolling speed.

    BAMBOO

    + ECO-FRIENDLY

    The fastest growing "tree" on earth, bamboo is harder and a little stiffer than hard rock maple. The harvesting process doesn't require replanting and crops mature many times over in the span it takes maple trees grow.


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