The Penny High-Line is a punchy surfskate because of its 14″ wheelbase and waterborne pivoting adapter. It allows you to get into a fluid pumping motion. Not recommended to use for cruising longer distances because the front truck pivots aggressively.
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Concave: W Shape
29″ | 73.7 cm
10.25“ | 26 cm
14″ | 35.6 cm
The Penny wheels are soft enough to do sharp turns without them slipping. However, if you want the board to slide after a turn, you can do it with enough force.
Bushings: Cone & Barrel
The front Waterborne adapter allows you to turn on a dime. To simplify it, the adapter is mounted to the deck, and then the Penny TKP truck attaches it, allowing it to pivot aggressively.
Material: Chromium Steel
Penny Skateboards bearings have plastic shields on one side, which makes it easier to do maintenance.
Penny vs Carver
The main difference is that Carver surfskates don’t pivot as much as the Waterborne surf adapter. The truck that’s the closest in design to