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Loaded Dervish Sama Longboard Skateboard Complete
Loaded Dervish Sama Longboard Skateboard Complete

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  • Length:42.80"
  • Width:9.00"
  • Wheelbase:31.50
  • Construction:Bamboo/Fiberglass
  • Concave:Mild
  • Flex:Flexy
  • Cruising
  • Freeride
  • Downhill
  • Push
  • Sliding
 

The Loaded Dervish Sama Longboard is a super fun board for cruising, carving, and freeriding. It has a pretty fair amount of flex that can be customized further with the multiple flex options that Loaded offers (1-3). When you set it up with a nice turny truck it is fun for flowing down hills, doing big carves, and doing a ton of different types of slides. Due to the flex it isn’t going to perform the best at high speeds but for moderate speeds the Loaded Dervish Sama is one of the most fun boards out there. We especially loved the kicktails for popping shove-its and no complies!

 

Recommended Components:

-Paris 180mm Trucks

-Otang Stimulus freeride yellow wheels 70mm 86a

-Oust MOC 5 Bearings

-Flex 1: 170-250 lbs / 75-114 kg
-Flex 2: 100-185 lbs / 45-84 kg
-Flex 3: 75-150 lbs / 35-68 kg

The Loaded Dervish Sama has all the things you love about its predecessor with a few new twists that make it yet again an amazing board. The Dervish Sama is a fun and flexy longboardboard that will give you an awesome surfy feel. It is half an inch wider than the original Dervish because Loaded added some concave to the Dervish Sama. As a result, your feet will lock in comfortably on the standing platform. The length and wheelbase are nice and long which, in longboarding, will provide for added stability at higher speeds. The Dervish Sama is a drop-through platform board. With drop-through boards you sit closer to the ground, adding stability and making pushing a breeze!

The Loaded Dervish Sama also has dual kick-tails! The nose and tail of the board are longer than the original Dervish and turn up . Loaded wanted the Dervish Sama to remain current in the world of longboard freeriding. Dual kick-tails give the rider even more leverage over their boards to perform all sorts of fun new tricks. To make the nose and tail more durable and responsive Loaded added extra fiberglass reinforcements that span from the neck to the tip. They also used a more coarse griptape on the nose and tail than they do on the standing platform of the deck. This will add to your overall control when you are flipping your Dervish Sama around!

To allow you to completely customize the feel of your ride, Loaded gave the Dervish Sama multiple flex options with their own unique flex patterns. In order for flexible boards to remain fun, functional, and effective they need to have a good amount of camber to counter the flex so that you won’t bottom out when you ride. It also gives the board more power when you are pumping and carving. The Dervish Sama now features a third flex pattern that was not seen in the original Dervish. A softer longboard will give you more control and provide for easier sliding and turning at lower speeds. However, if you want to try your hand at a little speed, you will need a stiffer board that will provide more stability. See below for flex option recommendations.

We are so hyped about the Dervish Sama that we we wanted to talk to one of the masterminds behind its creation. 

Here is the Daddies interview did with Danny Carper, Head of Product Development at Loaded Longboards.

What is your job at Loaded?
DC: I was brought on board last July to spearhead product development.  My job can involve many things throughout the day which I realized quickly is a shared trait of everyone here – a culture of renaissance people.   Everyone tends to have a focus, but is actively involved in the development of what we put out there.  I am the guy that curates and digitally inputs/designs our ideas.

 
What was your role in developing the Loaded Dervish Sama?
DC: Organizing, designing, sharing, testing, listening, communicating, and witnessing.  My role was managing the input from our team and assuring the intentions of this board which was then developed on my superior Commodore 64 (when I had time to pull away from The Oregon Trail).  

Why is it called the Sama and what does it mean?  Was it inspired by your Mama? Or a llama? Or Barack Obama’s Mama?  I could go on…
DC: We kicked around a number of different names before deciding on Sama, but felt that keeping the “Dervish” namesake with the addition of “Sama” heightened the spiritual sensibility the board was intended for.  The Sama is a Sufi ceremony that represents the spiritual journey through man’s mind and love.  At this ceremony, whirling Dervishes dance to celebrate overcoming one’s ego and the maturation process.
My mama loves the drama behind llama’s riding Samas.  Meow Barack Obama’s mama, I can’t really speak for her.

What’s the thought process behind the design of the Sama?
DC: We put a lot of consideration into this.  On one hand, the OG Dervish was a great foundation board for us at Loaded, on the other; we felt it could be improved upon.  Our design intentions are always focused on not allowing ourselves, our minds, and our products to stagnate – to constantly question how to move forward.

How is the board different from the original Dervish?
DC: In the Dervish Sama, the only dimensional similarity we preserved from the original is the wheelbase at 31.5”.  Through various design software and curvature calculations we looked at many different width options to balance comfort, edge control, and responsiveness arriving at a 9” width compared to the 8.5” width of the OG Dervish.  Due to this increase in board width, the concave (which was increased slightly as well) of the Sama became more pronounced for edge control and stability at speed.  Additionally, we worked towards incorporating nose and tail kicks and a wider neck for stiffness without jeopardizing the flex pattern across the entire length of the board.  Due to the expanded trick potential, we localized glass reinforcement on the nose and tail for composite strength and impact resistance due to the upturned angle of the kicks when hitting curbs, elephants, and dingos.  I like turdles.
Although we feel we’ve expanded on the board’s versatility, the primary objective is geared towards carving and lively responsiveness.  Consequently, the camber is dialed within 3 flex options to preload the deck at more specific weight ranges and allow the board to snap back with positive energy return.

How long did it take you to develop the Loaded Dervish Sama?  What kind of fancy Research and Development went into its creation?
DC: I’d say it took about 8 months to develop the Sama.  Through multiple development phases and dozens of prototypes, we were able to fine-tune the flex characteristics, width, torsional and longitudinal stiffness, kick design and outline shape to the desired performance.
At large, we’ve been pushing to establish a more sophisticated research platform so we can document test data in comparison with what the rider feels/senses.  We believe that by acknowledging the scientific and sensorial characteristics simultaneously this will allow us to better improve our products in an educated way and not neglect happy accidents.  
Additionally, I continue to be blown away by how beautifully considered the tooling we use continues to get – kudos to Delost and Nipper.  Those guys are humble artisans of composite deck construction.  Stoked to be working with people with such vast experience and that encourage innovation.

Tell us a little bit about the graphic.  What was the inspiration?
DC: The board’s graphic was designed by the one-and-only Diana Gracida, our creative art director.  I will do my best to relay my interpretation:  The intention behind the graphic was to create artwork that alludes to the pumpy dynamic ride of the board within a 2d static graphic.  In doing so, the graphic itself gradates and shifts in the transverse direction of the board tracing the carving sensation; not unlike the time-lapse photography of Etienne Jules Marey or Eadweard Muybridge.  This texture is then supplemented by radiating dervishes as focal points within the graphic creating depth and turbulent motion.  

What’s next for Loaded? Any new wheels on the horizon?  Can you shed some light on the rumors of a Downhill board?
DC: “Adopt the pace of nature, her secret is patience.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
I haven’t heard anything about this said downhill board except for that it is known to perform wonders on your complexion.
We are equally excited about the launch of the downhill board that we’ve been working on.  However, we are committed to getting this board right – as with all of our products -- before releasing it into the wild.   Alongside the downhill board, we’re excited about what’s being cooked up in our kitchen to feast on in the near future.

We’re stoked to see other board companies coming out with innovative ideas and we want to help contribute to the industry growth to reach its fullest potential and ultimately support our shops.  It is one of our ever-present goals to keep things exciting and build a lifestyle and not just an activity or purely sport.

Loaded Dervish Sama Longboard Skateboard Complete

SKU#AQ0178A

$259.95

Quick Overview

Keeping the Dervish legacy alive! The Sama is the new and improved version!
Current Set-Up
Loaded Dervish Sama Longboard Deck 2015 - Flex 2

Flex 2 (100-185+ lbs)

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Dano's Downhills Longboard Wheels 70mm 78a

Dano's Downhills 70mm 78a - Amber

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Caliber II Longboard Trucks - Raw 50 Degree 10" 184mm

Caliber II 50 Degree Trucks - Raw 184mm

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Daddies Board Shop ABEC 7 Skateboard Bearings

DBS ABEC 7

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The board comes fully assembled and ready to ride at no extra charge. If you want to assemble the board yourself, we send you all the hardware you need.
If the board is to be used for all-around riding or getting around town, spacers are NOT needed. Spacers sit between the bearings in the wheel and provide additional stability for more advanced riding.
Drop Thru shock pads, while not required to enjoy your ride, are a great way to remove unwanted vibrations from the road.
Used to keep the bolts on your board nice and tight and/or to assemble the board.
Lubricant and cleaning kits are used to keep the bearings in the wheels turning quickly and smoothly; if this is your first board, these upgrades are not necessary. Make sure you love to ride first!
CUSTOMER REVIEWS
AMAZING BOARD!!!!
Just got this one today. Holy molly, this is the BEST board I've ever ride. So SMOOTH & FLEXY to carve and cruise. that's IT!
The great test of increddible SAMA! (Flex 1)
I've bought my sama few days ago and today I suggested to test it! My first impressions was wow! it's stability is really good! no! it's exellent! So i rided about 50 km (30 mi) and that was cool! Sama is great carving machine especially if you loose bearings.. I totally recommend to take this board!

P.S. sorry for my english... From Moscow with love!
Great overall board
This was the first board I ever purchased. I set it up with bear 852s and otang stimulus 83a. This board was great for sliding and doing some minor freestyle. This board is not meant for downhill as it is super flexy and gets speed wobbles easily.
Nice, but...
It was my first board and I definitely had some fun riding it. It's very flexy and comfortable to push and learn how to ride. Drop-through makes pushing easier and deck shape allows to use big wheels for pleasant commuting.

The downsides are: kicks are too small for the board this long. The deck is too flexy and unstable for speed carving, bombing, freeride.

It is a good carver, but pricey and not a quiver killer its description is may make people think.
GENIAL !!
Parfaite selon moi, je trouve le flex 3 un peu trop flex... je touche le sol facilement (Je pèse 45Kilo)
GENIAL !!
Parfaite selon moi, je trouve le flex 3 un peu trop flex... je touche le sol facilement (Je pèse 45Kilo)
Best investment i've ever made.
I weigh about 175 and got the flex 2, and I love it. This board is amazing for carving, and sliding, and loaded's flex makes it a very unique ride that my friend's s9s, arbor, & landyachtz boards just can't compare too. If you're worried about the price, just get it man. My setup was $280 (now probably around $290 with new bushings) and it blows my friend's $260 yachtz tomahawk away. So basically if you're like me and live in a relatively flat area with no hills and you're looking to carve & slide, you can't go wrong with this board.
loaded dervish
AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH love the dervish great for verything i love it <3 <3
Its so amazing.
The first bored i ever got had it for maybe 2 year or more the wood is beyond words it hits the side hard when i let my nice ride it but she leaning and it doesn't chip as bad as maple does
Review of the loaded dervish sama
I absolutely LOVE this board its great. I popped on some abec 11s and some bones reds this is great for cruising and its pretty good for downhill
Best board everrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
This board is awesome I love it
Just Epic
I remember when my old friend live near to me and he had a dervish, it cost him around £300 and he let me ride it, it was a pretty awesome experience but, (you didn't think I would drone on did you?), I later had a minor mishap, when I was racing down the hill on it, I began to gain speed when the board began to shake rapidly throwing me off the board (bare in mind...I was hitting at least 25/30mph), In Summary: Fingers Broken, 1 Cracked Rib and a dislocated knee... Yummy!
AAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
Buy this board it is the best thing youll ever do. Soo epic.
Pretty sweet!
I really enjoy riding this board ive had it for a year and it has held up very nicely only a couple scratches and one dent on the ends its really great for anything maybe not so much down hill but you can if you have the right truck set up i have bear852's and i tried bombing my local hill that is pretty abnormally large some dudes got a radar gun and got this guy chase going 55mph down it but they pushed into the hill and i didnt go from the very top and right towards the bottom i barely came out of my tuck and got some pretty intense wobbles but lucky controlled them and made it but all around this board is great for anything you wanna do i just dont like the flex options because I am growing and i got the flex 2 and am getting pretty dang close to 185 and im 6'0'ft but yeah GREAT BOARD!
Fantastic!
This was my first board and I absolutely love it!! It's a great board for beginners, it rides very smoothly and it's not stiff at all which I prefer a board with flexibility so this was great. It also cruises very nicely and goes fairly fast which was another plus for me. Overall I am very pleased with this board.
Best All Around Board
Ive got the flex 2. Perfect amount of flex for carving and dancing, while the concave allows for some light sliding. Highlights of the board are its dancing, and freestyle riding. Can not go wrong with this deck! Well done Loaded on another board! Highly recommend to all riders, beginner to advanced.
GODLY BOARD
I got this board for Christmas last year and it. is. AMAZING! I rode a Landyachtz nine-two-five for around two years and, although different, it is far better. I weigh around 160 and the flex-1 would definitely be my choice. I'd also pair it with Siesmic Bootleg's and some Bear trucks. It's a really light board so it's perfect for ground tricks. Contrary to some peoples views with it, I can handle high speeds very well with this board. I've also done multiple slide jams with it and it handled perfectly. Overall: Amazing board Loaded, keep it up!
Fun board!
I was reluctant to buy this board because its on the expensive side, but being that I'm 200 pounds I liked that I could get a custom flex (flex 1). This board doesn't feel as stable as some other boards out there, but when u push the flex makes the impact less noticable and just makes the board more fun to carve around on in general.I'm pretty sure the kicks r reinforced with extra glass also so they don't give when u step on them also reinforcing the weaker part of the board. If u buy it from here get the shock pads they are a free addition and I think bearing spacers r a good idea too. This board's a great option for us tall fellows who just want a board their size to have fun on.
dervish sama review
this board is awesome for cruising and sliding but if you want to do sliding all the time you should go with a shorter board but other wise it rocks. the $350 I spent on it is all worth it especially when it comes down to how it preforms . I got flex 3 and weigh 140 and it gives me a very smooth with a lot of bounce for those long rides. I have Paris 180s with loaded bearings, and orangatang in heats orange 80a and it is very smooth and rides over bumps like nothing. shock pads are recommended especially for a road that (is/has) ruff, bumpy, and lots of cracks.
good luck if you get a new board cause you will never buy another board / brand again
dervish sama review
this board is awesome for cruising and sliding but if you want to do sliding all the time you should go with a shorter board but other wise it rocks. the $350 I spent on it is all worth it especially when it comes down to how it preforms . I got flex 3 and weigh 140 and it gives me a very smooth with a lot of bounce for those long rides. I have Paris 180s with loaded bearings, and orangatang in heats orange 80a and it is very smooth and rides over bumps like nothing. shock pads are recommended especially for a road that (is/has) ruff, bumpy, and lots of cracks.
good luck if you get a new board cause you will never buy another board / brand again
Good Overall
this board is great. the only problem i have with it is its length. the thing is just too long. You might as well go with the tan tien. Ive ridden both and the tan tien is an overall better board. The dervish sama is more comfortable under your feet though. this board is mainly just for cruising. Not a good choice if you are starting to learn to slide.
AMAZING
This board is worth every penny its a cruier/carver dream a bit sketchy going from stiff to flexy but yourll get used to it.
I want one
I did a lot of research on this bourd and I want one for my vids
Great board, worth every penny
The Sama may not be the cheapest option in twin kick freesyle decks, but it's for a very good reason. Carves like a dream, but maintains stability when pushing speeds around 30, and it looks good doing it. If you can only have one board (and $ is no option) you really can't go wrong with this deck. Paris 180's highly recommended, I had mine set up with a set and haven't looked back. Would give it 5 stars easy if it weren't for the price, but like I said you're getting what you pay for.
loaded dervish sama flex 2
i am 140 pounds and the flex option scarde me a little bit at first, the things is, the flex can allow you to do so much more, pop you into slides, rail corners, even some freestyle is easier. Great board, but is a little pricey, i actually got an extremely good deal at a local skateshop in california called Clout. I got the dervish for 239 dollars. The setup is: loaded dervish flex 2, orangatang durians 80a, paris 180 trucks raw/black, and srock bushings. also with loaded bearings and bearing spacers.
AMAZING
this board is great, bought it a month ago and its incredible. ive got black paris 180 trucks, venom super carve bushings, 83a o-tang moronga wheels and bones super swiss 6 bearing and ive gotta say i cannot put this board away, i love it. the carving and stand up slides are great! nicely shaped deck so foot placement is perfect. the lips on both ends of the board make it easy to do manuals and makes the board more symmetrical. so far ive only been sliding and doing tricks with it, not really going downhill yet but the shape of the deck does help support high speeds do to where my feet are placed. over all great board loaded has outdone themselves again. defiantly recommend!
Great but has some cons
It is a Good board to learn on and nice flex however the flex varies because I have a friend who has a sama in flex 1 and I can not bottom it out but the one that I ordered in flex 1 is SUPER flexible to the point if me being able to bottom it out, with a board this flexible it is more difficult to hook back up after slides, early grabs, shuv-it's, and other tricks. The other main problem is if you flip it the this just SHREDS the fiberglass and it starts the making slivers that you can see! It also has Many good parts like it can hit anything and it won't get chipped it just flattins a little. The grip tape is good for about 3 weeks but after that you sould just replace it with vicious grip it holds you in a lot better. I don't think it was quite worth that much at $300 but still a VERY nice board!
I would defiantly recommend this board to a friend
rethink it
this board is good, dont get me wrong, its great quality and has a beautiful aspect but it is definitely not a board that you can easily do freeride on. the people who say that its good for freeride are either lying or have been shredding since birth. This board is to cruise and do some freestyle and some dancing, but definitely not something to DH, Freeride, or even slide on. Its good, its just not good at what theyre saying its good at.
Good beginner board
I mean I like, but it's nothing special. Especially for the price. It really isn't a very good sliding board and especially not speed. The flex is nice, but pointless other than cruising. There really isn't a really good reason to buy this board other than that it's comfortable. Just find a nice cheaper board and be happy with the money you saved.
Fantastic! :-)
Just took my first ride on the Sama tonight. Pouring rain, but took it through its paces in a favorite parking garage... This board does everything! Slides and carves incredibly well. The flex 1 for me is amazing. You can get up to speed so much faster than any stiff board can, and it carves like a knife through soft butter. One odd thing though... I decided to go with the Sama instead of the regular Dervish because of its more friendly nose/tails. It is exactly like the Tan Tien, but about a 1/2 inch shorter! Oh my! What a difference an extra 1/2 inch makes! It is definitely a little harder to use than the Tan Tien in that respect, but obviously easier than a regular Dervish. Seeing as the Sama is a longer board, it would have been better if Loaded had made those kicks/tails at least as long as the Tan Tien, if not even another extra half inch more. I'm totally up for the extra challenge though, as this board feels so good. People that hate on Loaded just don't understand how masterfully engineered they are for surfy carving and easy slides... Also, I think it takes a bit more skill to keep up with a flexible board, but its worth the effort. In the end, you'll be a better longboarder for it, and once you've tamed one, you'll have a friend for life... :-)
@paulinb
You are spoiled to have this board a first board you are rockin a 350$ setup that's dumb but yes it is a great slide board also good for dh believe it or not and carving of course I mean its loaded
Awesome! A Bigger Version Of The Tan Tien (mostly)! :-)
Just took my first ride on the Sama tonight. Pouring rain, but took it through its paces in a favorite parking garage... This board does everything! Slides and carves incredibly well. The flex 1 for me is amazing. You can get up to speed so much faster than any stiff board can, and it carves like a knife through soft butter. One odd thing though... I decided to go with the Sama instead of the regular Dervish because of its more friendly nose/tails. It is exactly like the Tan Tien, but about a 1/2 inch shorter! Oh my! What a difference an extra 1/2 inch makes! It is definitely a little harder to use than the Tan Tien in that respect, but obviously easier than a regular Dervish. Seeing as the Sama is a longer board, it would have been better if Loaded had made those kicks/tails at least as long as the Tan Tien, if not even another extra half inch more. I'm totally up for the extra challenge though, as this board feels so good. People that hate on Loaded just don't understand how masterfully engineered they are for surfy carving and easy slides... Also, I think it takes a bit more skill to keep up with a flexible board, but its worth the effort. In the end, you'll be a better longboarder for it, and once you've tamed one, you'll have a friend for life... :-)
veeeeery soft
this board is way to soft! I whey 110 ibs and bought flex 2.. stupidest thing I ever done! yeah sure it is pretty easy to slide with but everything else sucks! very boring board, according to me!
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SO good
so easy to ride and slide best for everyone
Very Nice
Slides well, performs well. Other day I pulled off a slid and it didn't slide so I ran right into a wall with it. I was going at least 15 or 20 mph. Didn't even crack and just pushed in the wood a little bit. Over all very very dependable board.
AMAZING
This board literally blew my mind. It exceeds in every category and is so comfortable to ride! Due to how crappy my roads are, you can still feel rattling, but on sidewalks this board makes you feel like yo are gliding. Get this board now! Don't think twice!
Its a good longboard
Sama is the best tape forever
First board, first love
Great all around board, but have to invest on different sets of bushings depending on what you are using it for. I got a flex 1 and weigh 190... It's stiff(which I like).
Got a flex 2 dervish later and great flex, but wouldn't dare take it DH.
Perfect!
I love this board! It's completely wonderful and i feel perfectly comfortable with it
Amazing board
I watched the loaded "swirling samas" video and decided I had to have it.
My setup is Randal 180s and o'tang stimulus purple. The new Randalls with the white bushings are perfect for it, stable, but flexible for some deep carving when combined with the samas flex.
It's an amazing ride due to the springy but predictable flex, great rebound out of corners and easy to break into slides with the right wheel/road surface combo.
Symmetrical deck with kicks is awesome for free riding and dancing. I peeled the middle grip tape off (no need for heat or razor blades, just 15mins of peeling) so I could pivot without wearing my shoes as much.
Depending on how flexy you get this board, a skilled rider can take it quite fast too (up to 50km i reckon) but it's by no means a DH board.
Amazing board, well worth the $$
Happy Shredding!
When I got the Dervish Sama ( Flex 1), and road it, it was like I was riding cloud 9. I outfitted it with this beauty with paris v2 trucks, zealous bearings, and 0range otang stims. This is a great board if you are looking to get into freeriding and sliding. Definitely a board I recommend!
I love it.
It's my very first longboard (i tried my friend's dervish (not sama) too) but i've been skating for quite a long time.

I use paris 180 trucks, these wheels 75mm 78a, and bones swiss bearing.

It's really nice, super smooth in all cruising situations, even on bad roads, the big soft wheels and the flex (flex 1 for me) make the ride feels so perfect.
Very responsive with Paris 180 v1 (i wish i ordered 1 month later for the Paris v2 :D)
the bearings and wheels are really cool, it feels like there's not friction affecting this board. Just push 1 second, and you ride for 30.
I dance a lot on it, and it's really cool, the board is wide and long but not too big so you can carry it around.
it looks really durable, a few scratches so far (1 month), but really nice overall.
the grip tape work and design on the back are really cool imo.
And the grip is really grippy.

i'm not sliding on it yet, neither doing high speeds.

I use it a lot, and i can't get tired of it. AWESOME BOARD.

PS: Daddies board shop very quick delivery to Paris (france), less than 2 weeks, board in perfect condition, very nice packaging, thanks DBS.

epic
this is the best board ever
Freestyle
This board does what its meant to do, Freestyle... not free ride or downhill. Get this board if your into dancing or freestyle this board isn't good for downhill or free ride don't listen to all those Groms riding 86a stims <3 :P
Awesome board
Amazing ride, looks great, and rides even better!! Absolute must
just epic
best board i have ever used
awesome
This board is the best board i have owned so far, it is springy and has a good feel to it. The grip is versatile and I love it, but the center piece wears quickly.
Good Board !!
Super Good Board Very Pleased!!!
Good Board !!
Super Good Board Very Pleased!!!
Good Board !!
Super Good Board Very Pleased!!!
Just Perfect!
Got this board several months ago and it completely kills all the competition with Paris 180's and yellow stim's it slides like a knife through butter it's just incredible.
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99.9% of all orders ship out within one business day! In fact, over 90% of orders placed Monday-Friday before 3pm EST ship out the same day. These are not just pretty words. We stand behind this commitment with our Fast Shipping Guarantee.

Here's the guarantee: if we don't ship out within one business day, we will give you 10% off your order. See here for details.

The readers of Concrete Wave, the leading longboard publication, generously named Daddies the best online longboard shop of 2012. And we didn’t even have to bribe them!

Daddies has a few other feathers in its cap. We have been an Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Company in the United States for the last three years and a Portland Business Journal Top 100 Fastest Growing Private Company for the past five years (our home is in Portland, Oregon). Our goal with all of this fast growth is clear: world domination! Well, that and being in the Guinness Book of World Records for the longest fingernails.

We price match. And we'll give you 5% off for doing it.

We want to give you the best prices and best customer service. We know that nobody ever, ever, ever beats our customer service. But, we’re also going to take care of you if someone dares to try and beat us on price! See here for details.

PEEL. STICK. ART.

This month, all orders over $19.95 get the newest sticker of the month. Here at Daddies we like to keep the cheese oozin' while we're cruisin' (This particular slice requires 3D glasses).

As always, every order will come with two free classic Daddies stickers at no cost. We know... we're sweet.

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