When big freestyle freeride performance is a must our pro riders turn to the Apex 40 DoubleConcave, but what happens when a smaller rider demands the same? The Apex 34 DoubleConcave answers that call, delivering true big longboard performance in a super tight package, perfectly sized for smaller / lighter performance riders. Step up your game all-around, from freestyle tricks to technical softwheel sliding, the Apex 34 DoubleConcave delivers the performance small riders need to make it to the pros, though it may not help get you to the NBA.
The Apex 34 DC shares all of the key performance attributes that the Apex 40 DoubleConcave introduced late last year. From the 0.25 inch micro drop to the 1.5 inch kicks, to the quad-axial fiberglass and full multi-layer carbon reinforcement bar. The Apex 34 packs all the punch of the larger Apex 40, in a scaled down package. It also accepts the same PK noseguards which have provided to be one of the biggest jumps in freestyle performance we have seen in the last 10 years. Get your hands on an Apex 34 and let the new PK’s take your freestyle abilities up a notch.
The best way to really understand the performance the DK Apex 34 DoubleConcave brings to our smaller riders is to find one in person. That said, the Apex 34 DC can be elusive, particularly if you are easily juked by the spin move. If you have a hard time hunting one down, take a look at the pre-captured footage we managed to snag.
The Devil is in the details. Here’s the Apex 34 DoubleConcave stacks up.
Built from the same loveable .5’’ at 9.5’’ concave configuration as the Apex 40 DoubleConcave the Apex 34 DC sports a wider 9 inch wdeck (up 0.3’’ from the previous 2011 version) the new Apex 34 also sports more concave overall, the perfect depth for smaller freestyle-freeride oriented riders looking to step up.