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Overland

EVERYTHING IN MODERATION, INCLUDING MODERATION.

With mild concave, subtle wheel well flares, ample kicktails, and lightweight construction, the Overland longboard is designed for the all-around rider seeking a happy medium between a shorter technical double-kick skateboard and a downhill freeride longboard.

 

LONGBOARD SPECS

Length: 37” / 94 cm
Width: 9.5" / 24 cm
Wheelbase (inner hole): : 20.75-22” / 52.7-56 cm
Profile: rocker
Weight (deck only): 3.5 lbs / 1.6 kg

recommended setup

SURF N TURF

$396

SPECS

recommended setup

FREERIDE & FREESTYLE

From $323

SPECS

 

DECK ONLY /
CUSTOM SETUP

From: $195

INFO
Pay in 4 easy, interest-free installments.

FUNCTIONAL DESIGN – A beefy kicktail and steeper nose provide crisp pop and ample leverage for ollies, slides, manuals, and shuvits. Directional shape with tapered waist facilitates quick edge-to-edge transitions. Mild griptape for street tricks is paired with coarse edge grip for secure slides. Two wheelbase options accommodate standard and reverse-kingpin trucks.

CURVACEOUS CONFIDENCE – Rockered profile and mild radial concave ensure a comfortable stance. Subtle wheel well flares increase wheel clearance and create ergonomic transitions for your feet.

LIGHT, DAMP, AND DURABLE – Snowboard-inspired bamboo and fiberglass construction is thin, lightweight, and durable. Moderately stiff flex allows for a responsive ride. Textured urethane bottom layer provides vibration damping, durability, and ultra-smooth rail slides.

Now offering ELECTRIFIED versions of our boards!
Check out unlimitedxloaded.com for more info.

Due to regulations, we are currently only able to sell the kits and completes via the unlimitedxloaded.com website and are offering only the Icarus (flex 1), the Basalt Tesseract (dark blue), and the new Omakase as electric completes.

If you want a custom setup, please purchase a deck and trucks (and bushings, if you desire) on this site and go to unlimitedxloaded.com to purchase a kit of your choice. We'll ship them to you separately, and if you know how to use a standard skate tool you'll be able to build it up all by yourself (of course, we're always here to help).