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- Take it back to the old school! They may look like boards of yesteryear, but with quality components and real-deal design, these little beasts from Globe™ will tear up any sidewalk, pool, or ramp it rolls on to!
- The perfect size for youngsters and adults alike. Long enough for stability but small enough to fit in a locker.
- Heavy-duty molded plastic deck with a S-TRAC™ Grip Pattern.
- 83a Globe wheels. Grippy and soft urethane wheels offer a smooth, controlled ride.
- Slant 4.25" trucks in a slightly wider stance offers improved rideability.
- ABEC 7 speed bearings.
- Board Length: 23 3⁄4 in
- Board Width: 6 1⁄2 in
- Distance between wheels (length): 12 1⁄2 in
- Distance between wheels (width): 3 1⁄2 in
- Wheel Depth: 51 mm
- Height from ground: 3 1⁄2 in
- Wheel Diameter: 60 mm
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Peter and Stephen Hill founded Hardcore in 1984 and rapidly expanded it to become one of the world’s largest skateboard distribution companies. At the time, the Hills were professional skateboarders who were dissatisfied with the quality of skate and snow products available in Australia, so they went into business to import the best from the USA.
Through constant film productions, promotions, tours, contests, video and magazine advertising, Hardcore became the driving force behind the skateboarding explosion during the mid 80’s in Australia.
In 1994, along with brother and current GLOBE CEO Matt Hill the GLOBE brand was created. After 10 years of design, production and distribution with Hardcore it was time to create a global brand. First with shoes for skaters and surfers, and then with apparel and hardgoods for the broader boardsports market.
Fast forward to today and the same crew of skaters, surfers and snowboarders that started the business back in the 80’s has grown to a global network of counter culture artisans that are united by board sports, street fashion, media, design, and film.
Globe Bantam Cruiser
I did not get it from here, but it is the best board that I have ridden. I have been through about 20 boards.
I'd also recommend: element and sector 9
- Anonymous - customer
- June 22, 2012
I have been riding a Penny Nickel for a while. I just got the Bantam. It is excellent. I am 32 and weigh about 155 pounds. The Penny was a little too flex for me but the Globe is perfect. It is more like a wood board, great craftsmanship and no need to replace bearings out of the package. It is highly recommend over Penny.
I'd also recommend: penny, for smaller kids
- Walter M - customer
- from new hampshire
- July 10, 2012
Okay, out of all the plastic boards these looked to be the best quality, but other factors need to be considered...like how fast this board is with the diameter of wheels. It's a very fast board, almost too fast. Stability becomes an issue...and the 2 soft cone bushings are way too unstable. I tried replacing it with 2 hard cone bushings on the trucks...better but still unstable...no matter how tight you make them. Finally I placed a medium barrel bushing at base and kept 1 hard cone bushing at top...now the board seems to perform excellent.
I'd also recommend: Penny Boards
- Anonymous - customer
- from San Diego
- August 24, 2012