The Ripper is a 36.9″ x 9″ (WB 24.9″) cruiser with sort of a pintail shape but with a kicktail – a shape sometimes called “kicktail longboard”, long and narrow with a nicely angled squash kicktail.
This board has a decent rocker than brings the deck closer to the ground for comfy cruising. The Ripper has subtle concave, making it a good board for relaxed and stable riding.
The Loaded Tan Tien has earned a lot of respect in the longboarding community after over a decade since the first version launch. It’s a mid-sized symmetrical drop-through, carefully engineered for a mix of pushing, hard carving, easy sliding, and performance tricks.
The Tan Tien really is a true all-around board – not a bland “lowest common denominator” type board, but a very assertive and technical one. The board’s size, shape and contours, special flex, and setups, are specifically designed toward very distinctive carving, freeride, and freestyle-focused experiences.
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The Mata Hari is Loaded’s new freestyle-oriented dancing longboard. It’s a more compact and lightweight board compared to Loaded’s all-time dancing king, the Bhangra.
Compared to classic dancer boards, the Mata Hari is a lot easier for freestyle tricks like kick flicks or no-comply 360 flips, thanks to its narrower and shorter shape, lighter weight, and steeper kicks.
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The Coyote is Loaded’s 30 something″ city cruiser and slasher and their first maple deck ever. The size of a regular street deck, the Coyote fits in a locker, can be strapped to a backpack or stashed in a locker, and is very trickable.
The Coyote was designed to be an exceptional city cruiser and slasher. It’s a very versatile board, great for cruising and moving around city alleys and sidewalks, doing kick and flip tricks, surfing ditches, and even riding bowls.
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