Longboard Larry x Cole Kurtz Pro Mole Release
Cole Kurtz teamed up with Longboard Larry earlier this year and his pro model Mole board is now available to the public.
We recently talked to Cole in the Pro Mole interview a few weeks back (link to read the whole interview here) and got all the details on his summer and the development of the Pro Mole Board. Yesterday we dropped an Alex Colorito interview ripping the Mole and now this pro model deck is available to the public from Longboard Larry and will be shipping to select shops.
Here’s all the details from Larry:
Over the last year we have been working closely with Cole Kurtz to create a versatile board that can handle everything from the parking lot to downhill races. Whether you are a speed freak or a flatground geek this board is for you! Featuring a nose and tail to keep your inner kook happy and a standing platform designed to give you leverage and stability at speed, this board is an all inclusive package of functionality.
DIMENSIONS – 40” x 9.75”WB 25-27 – A handful of wheelbase options to help cater the deck to your liking.
DROP – 2/7” – The gentle drop in this board helps provide stability and comfort, without sacrificing grip.5/8TH IN. RADIAL CONCAVE – This is the same classic concave we have been using on the Manatee for years! Simple and sweet.
ROCKER – .25” – A subtle .25” rocker help provide a comfortable locked in feeling at higher speeds.
MOLE MOUND LOCATION FEATURE
– The Mole Mound is a location feature for the front foot. As the 2/7” Drop begins to taper off into the concave, a small bump at the center of the board raises up creating an extra point of leverage for the front foot.
MOLE TUNNEL W CONCAVE – A mellow tunnel of W Concave runs through the middle of the board and subtly dissipates into the 5/8th” Radial Concave before reaching the drops, providing maximum leverage and comfort while tucking and in corners.
ASYMMETRICAL NOSE AND TAIL – Fully functional noses and tails for added versatility.
Check out Longboard Larry x Cole Kurtz Pro Mole Vol 1:
Find out more at LongboardLarry.com