Globe Geminon Micro-Drop 37.5" Longboard
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Globe Geminon Micro-Drop 37.5" Longboard

Globe Geminon Micro-Drop 37.5" Longboard



  • The Geminon Micro-Drop coconut/hula is a symmetrical longboard with a lowered platform made from coconut and hard rock maple. It features 180mm Slant aluminium reverse kingpin trucks, 70mm 83a wheels and clear broadcast grip.

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  • TRUCKS 180mm Slant Reverse Kingpin Trucks
    WHEELS Globe 70mm 83a Wheels
    CONSTRUCTION Coconut and Hard Rock Maple
    CONCAVE Symmetrical with Lowered Platform
    BEARINGS ABEC 7 Bearings
    SIZE (length x width) 37.5" x 10" x 28.25"wb
  • SLANT REVERSE KINGPIN TRUCKS

    + VERSATILE GUARANTEED PERFORMANCE

    Typically used on models greater than 34” long. Reversible 50/54º hangers. 50º for stability at high speeds. 54º for tighter, more responsive turns. Also available in super lightweight magnesium.

    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.

    COCONUT CONSTRUCTION

    + ECO-FRIENDLY

    The natural coconut fibers found on these boards allow us to use less maple wood for an eco-friendly deck that leaves a smaller carbon footprint. Coconuts are readily available, the husk requires minimal processing and they come from self-sustaining crops.


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