It rides big and it rides powerful when you need it to step up and carry you through a tight squeeze. It lives a mellow life on the flats where it seconds as a dancer and beach cruiser. In the end, the Pintail 46 is a Jack of all trades, but truly excels when the big hills and steeps come calling.
As a mellow performer on flats and gradual hills, the Pintail 46 can sail around your local streets with ease. Beginners will love the comfort and stability it offers, while advanced riders can smooth out their footwork when not powering down those 13% grades. All ships must make berth somewhere; feel free to moor this vessel in your own personal slip.
Just like the time Crocadile Dundee came to the big apple, the Pintail 46 can survive the wiles of life in the city. It might take some time to settle into the new urban routine, but this is one tactful board. Equipped with the right leather jacket, hat, and friendly attitude, the Pintail 46 will find its way, even though it may look like a fish out of water.
Make The Drop
Big waves are steep, big banks are steep, and both require a board designed to handle the powerful riding that is needed to tame the drop. The Pintail 46 is the gun of the longboard world, designed to paddle into that Eddie sized bank you’ve been dying to drop in on.
It might take a bit more initial effort to get it going, but once you find a groove, the Pintail 46 will roll around a bowl with the nimble agility of the small African Klipspringer. The alacrity of the Original S Series carving trucks will keep your flow going when other trucks might leave you stranded inside as the set waves come crashing down.