Freestyle / Freeride

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Freeride longboards are usually symmetrical, also called twintip. This means that you can skate in both directions without problems. Freeride longboards can be used for a bit of everything, but are especially good at performing lots of spins and tricks while skating. This, of course, means that freeriding is a little more advanced in comparison to cruising.
A deck for freeride longboards is typically not very flexible, if anything at all. In addition, the wheels are small and hard, as this ensures that you'll feel stable and fast when skating.
Freeride longboards are for those who want a more versatile longboard, as well as those who as a beginner wants a longboard they can practice on.

Longboards for freestyle are shaped with a kicktail that allows to pop one's longboard up from the ground, thus performing a series of sick tricks. The deck is made with lots of flex and therefore wildly stuck.
Freestyle longboards have hard and small wheels, as this helps building speed and make maneuvers easier and with more responsive actions.
Freestyle longboards are for those who love fun and wild tricks and who have trouble choosing between a skateboard or a longboard. With a freestyle longboard you get a little bit of each sport in one board.