Miller Division Surfskate

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Product Description
Well cruiser SurfSkate from Miller Division, which is a good choice for your to surf feeling longboard. Miller Division is known for their good quality skateboard / longboards and super sweaty design! Long board is not very far and it has kicktails, so you can make småtricks! Super grease board that do not take up as much.
Mini cruiser longboards it is brand new! They have large wheels so you can get the coolest cruising feeling! Short but wide deck, so you can dribble through the city's narrow streets, and easy to tuck under your arm if you must have it on travel or train.

Especially for this board is the truck setup. A high truck at the back and low in front, gives a special rapid response as a surfboard.


The total length of the deck is important for the handling of the board and its driving ability. Long longboards are usually easier to stand on than short ones, because you have more room for your stance. Generally, you can use the following guidelines: - 70 cm (- 20") Transport, Cruising 70 - 95 cm (28" - 38") Carving, Freestyle 95 - 107 cm (38" - 42") Freeride, Carving, Downhill, Sliding 107 - (42" -) Cruising, Downhill, Sliding


Your boards width depends on your footsize. You need to have space for your feet on the board. This also means that the bigger feet you have the wider your longboard needs to be. Boards with more width are often suitable for maneuver where your feet or grip surface is in focus: Sliding, Freestyle, carving. Narrow boards caters more for cruising and transport.


The wheelbase is the distance between the two trucks of the board. The wheelbase alone gives the board its capacity of changing direction. Long wheelbase allows more control over your change of direction, which is ideal for downhill and slides. If you want to use your longboard for cruising, carve or downhill a wide wheelbase would be ideal, whereas a short wheelbase would be better for freestyle and city riding, where you take small sharp turns all the time.

Deck material:

The material of the deck is relevant to flex, durability and quality. If you want a flexible longboard, bamboo is the best sollution for you, it is however not very sustainable. For a sustainable longboard you should choose one made of canadian maple. There is a way to make the decks either more durable or more rigid. It involves a a procedure where a layer of either fiberglass or carbon is incorporated in the materials. The thickness of these layers gives the deck more durability or stiffness. There are many different combinations of these materials that can be made, to make the perfect longboard just for you. The best materials are canadian maple mixed with carbon or fiberglass and the bad materials are recycled wood, since this has zero flexibility. Other half bad materials are chinese maple, whicg has very little flexibility as well. En general when speaking about wood, one determines the quality after how many knots and impurities are in it. The fewer the better. 


Concave is the inward curvature of the deck's surface. It helps to lock your feet firmly to the deck and thus provides better grip. With a better grip you are far less likely to lose balance and by that having it tough to avoid falling off when rolling along the streets


The flex of a board are an expression of stiffness. Stiff boards have a very fast steering and provides stability and control, which is suitable for Sliding, Freestyle and Downhill. Flexy boards are not very stable, but more comfortable to ride as the deck adapts to your movements. Flexy boards are therefore suitable for carving, freeride and Cruising.

Deck form:

Longboard decks are available in many different forms. One of them is called Twintip. Twintip boards are symmetrical and can ride equally in both directions and is therefore good for Slides, Freeride, Freestyle. Pintail boards are inspired by surf boards, with narrow ends and are suitable for cruising. At last we have Directional boards, which can have different shapes. They are directional as the name indicates, which is often used for Downhill and cruising. Longboards can actually also have kicktails, making it possible to pop a board and thus do tricks etc.


The longboards total weight, when assembled. For you to be able to ride, do tricks and other tough longboard maneuvers like sliding and aggresiv riding with quick turns and so forth, you need to have a longboard that isn't too heavy. On the other hand, your longboard shouldn't be too light because light weight longboards often have lower durablity and easily breaks.

Wheel edge:

The edge of the wheel have a greater meaning of your riding style. Wheels with rounded edges are better for street riding and ramps. Wheels with square edges are on the other hand better for longboards used as a transport. In generel when riding feestyle, one should use smal hard wheels with rounded edges. A Longboard used for freeride or cruising however, should have big, soft, square edged wheels. 

Wheel diameter:

The size of the wheels should depend on your riding style and what you will use your longboard for. Large diameter wheels are suitable for comfort, speed and grip, while the wheels of small diameter is good for maneuverability and tricks. The width of the wheel determines how much contact you have to the ground. More contact with the ground (wide wheels) provides comfort, stability and grip, less contact with the ground (narrow wheels) provides speed, maneuverability and easier slip for slides.

Wheel hardness:

The hardness of a wheel is measured on the durometer scale which ranges from 0 - 100A. 0 is the softest and 100 is the hardest. Soft wheels provide comfort and less strokes for unevenness on the road. Hard wheels provide speed and provides easier-slip for slides.


Bearings are divided into ABEC. High ABEC values mean that the bearing is made with more precision and therefore better quality. This means that bearings of ABEC-7 value are better than bearings of ABEC-5 value. It is recommended that your ABEC-value is higher for higher speeds and lower if your wheel will have a lot of impact. Bushings also come in different quality levels, and here some bushings are also better for different riding styles.


Trucks come in various shapes with different angles. Higher angles are designed for more carving turns and lower angles are intended for fewer turns.

Truck mounting:

There are two ways to mount a truck. Top mounted trucks are mounted on the underside of the deck. This is clever because you avoid having the truck in the way of your feet, while skating. The drop-through truck passes through the deck which increases the stability. Top mounted trucks are mostly used for freestyle and cruising boards. Drop through gives the board a lower center of gravity and can be used for all riding styles.


Grip Tape comes in many levels of roughness and kinds. The rougher the grip tape is, the better and firmer you will stand on the longboard. However, with rougher grip tape you will have to compromise the longevity of your shoes, since the rougher grip tape means that it will be rougher on the soles of your shoes as well. As mentioned there are different kinds of griptape. One is called clear sand, which is a layer of see through epoxypaint mixed with sandgrains, which then becomes as rough as sandpaper. This type is usually used on longboards where you would like to see the wood through the griptape. The most common griptape is a kind of rough sandpaper with stick on the back, so you can put it on you longboard. Griptape is a necessity on your longboard, otherwise you cannot stand firmly.  
Length Classic/Kirra: 80.01 cm (31.5") - Staff: 81.28 cm (32") - Miller Inn/Wheels&Fins: 76.2 cm (30") - Aguas Calientes/Miami Beach: 78.74 cm (31") - Lighthouse: 77.47 cm (30.5")
Width Classic/Kirra/Wheels&Fins: 25,4 cm (10") - Staff/Aguas Calientes: 24.89 cm (9.8") - Miller Inn: 24.13 cm (9.5") - Miami Beach: 24.68 cm (9.7") - Lighthouse: 24.38 cm (9.6")
Deck material Maple
Concave Medium
Flex Stiff
Deck features Directional
Wheel size Classic/Wheels&Fins: 65 mm - Staff/Kirra: 70 mm - Miller Inn/Aguas Calientes/Miami Beach: 71 mm - Lighthouse: 69 mm
Wheel edge Squared edge
Wheel hardness Classic/Staff/Miller Inn/Wheels&Fins/Aguas Calientes/Miami Beach: 80 A - Kirra: 78 A - Lighthouse: 81 A
Bearings ABEC-9
Truck Xstreme Reverse King Pin - High Quality Steel 180 mm / Miller Special System 356 Premium Aluminum, press casting 160 - Miller Standard Skateboard Extra High, 356 Premium, Aluminum 160 mm
Truck mounting Topmounted
Griptape Medium