About Moonshine County Line Longboard, Deck Only
The drop through carve machine in the Moonshine lineup, the County Line comes in two flex flavors depending on rider preference. Go with the Firm (red) for a more freeride oriented set up. Get ready to slide with the stiffer platform. The Soft (black) is for those looking for a carving dream. The lighter platform gives riders flowing and fluid turns and more comfort over bumpy roads.
Which Flex to Choose?
Stoked called up Moonshine to set the record straight for weight on these two flexes. First, both can be used by most riders. The main difference comes in ride style. The Soft is ideal for riders between 120 lb and 180 lb (55 kg - 80 kg) wanting to commute and carve. Riders in this weight range will get a moderate flex flowing from the deck. Firm is ideal for riders 200+ lb (90+ kg) or those that want a more stiff platform for freeride.
County Line Profile
Slight 0.375" (0.95cm) concave gives riders control with comfort. The upturned nose and tail (symmetrical design) allows for rad flatland trucks. The County Line is perfect for around town or down the hills.
About Moonshine Skateboards
The bamboo urethane fiberglass build of the County Line keeps everything water sensitive safely sealed within the structure. Say goodbye to water damage and hello to sweet, slidey rain sessions. It kinda gives new meaning to pool sessions.
Urethane Rails and Mounts
Urethane is great for a lot of things, most of all skateboard wheels. But Moonshine has found a new awesome use for urethane in the rails of their decks. This keeps the bamboo inside completely water proof, while also providing bumpers around the outside of the deck for those inevitable crashes.
Moonshine also puts urethane in the mounting holes of the decks. This gives riders the ability to have some slight vibration dampening without the need for a shock pad. All the wheelbases have this feature, so riders are good to go no matter what wheelbase choice. Afraid it will be too soft to support the trucks? Don't worry, all the urethane is 60D, which is much harder than skateboard wheels and bushings.
Laser Cut Roam Grip Tape
Roam is Jessup's brand of coarse grip. Not quite as insane as other brands out there, it's a perfect blend of maneuverability with the ability to remain static. Moonshine laser cuts in their logo for extra steeze points. It simply looks rad as hello.
Laser cutting grip isn't something new from skateboarding companies, but doing so with a name brand like Jessup Roam is pretty rad. Since Moonshine is all building all in house, they can make the decks however they please.
- Arsenal Trucks - 50° | 180mm | Silver
- White Lightning Slip Wheels - 70mm | 82a | Black
- Abec 5 Bearings
- Length: 43.75" | 110.5 cm
- Width: 9.5" | 24 cm
- Wheelbase: 30.5" - 31.25" | 77.5 cm - 79 cm
- Concave: Yes, comfortable
- Nose / Tail: Yes / Yes
- Rocker / Camber: Yes, 0.5" (1.27 cm) camber
- Construction: Vertically laminated bamboo surrounded with polyurethane, all sandwiched by fiberglass
- Grip Tape: Yes, Jessup Roam coarse, comes laser cut with "XXX"
- Special Features: Urethane rails makes the County Line water proof and also resistant against even the toughest crashes.
Rain or shine. Dry or submerged. Moonshine is shred ready.
Urethane around the exterior of the deck as well as on the trucks makes the County Line very shock resistant.
Laser cut Moonshine Griptape from Jessup Roam.
Upturned nose and tail paired with subtle concave makes for a sick set up.