Bustin Boards EQ River Longboard
Bustin Boards

Bustin Boards EQ River Grey / White Longboard Skateboard Deck - 10" x 36.5"

Item # 1FBUS3EQRI360WW
Eligible for free shipping
Size10" X 36.5"+ size charts
Color/StyleGrey / White

Product Information

Bustin Skateboards

Bustin Boards is a Custom Longboard Skateboard Company that started with a group of friends wanting to ride a board that was our "own". Something innovative and fresh...Custom boards that fit our personalities. This is how our journey began. We are based in Hoboken, NJ (just outside of Manhattan) and our goal is to bring originality back to boarding.

* Warehouse Skateboards makes every effort to picture products as accurately as possible. Skateboard manufacturers will occasionally offer multiple color schemes for the same product. If the color scheme is critical, please contact our customer service department.

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How to Choose a Longboard Construction Type


Maple is the most common skateboard material. Maple is very durable and reliable. The maple construction creates a very solid, thick set up that will last an extremely long time, even through the hardest of skateboarding.


Bamboo skateboards are becoming more and more popular. The bamboo material offers more flex than that of maple. This material is perfect for cruising and carving the streets because it lightweight and has lots of flex. Much thinner than a maple deck, a bamboo board is great for transportation.

View our collection of Bamboo Longboard Skateboards.

Carbon Fiber

Carbon fiber is the most expensive material for a longboard skateboard. With a foam core to lighten the weight, carbon fiber boards are designed to help you push off the start line faster and move effortlessly around turns and slides. More often than not, you will see experienced riders using carbon fiber skateboards.

Types of Longboard Skateboards

Longboard Cruisers and Carving Skateboard Decks


The majority of people use a longboard as a means of transportation around town, making cruising and carving the streets the most popular form of longboarding today. Longboards tend to make carving streets much easier, because they provide a rider with greater weight distribution on the skateboard deck. This form of riding is focused more on getting from point A to point B, rather than speed.

View our collection of Cruiser Longboard Skateboards.

Longboard Slide and Freeriding Skateboard Decks


Downhill racing is not for beginners. You can reach extremely high speeds when boarding, and wipeouts are "the normal." Downhill skateboards tend to be flat and have long wheel bases to provide for greater stability. When selecting a downhill board, it is important to choose a deck that is stable at high speeds and doesn't offer a lot of flex. As a reminder, it is vital that you wear protective gear when doing downhill racing. Not just a skateboard helmet, but protective skateboard pads as well.

View our collection of Downhill Longboard Skateboards.

Boardwalking is a popular freestyle skating, where a rider can do tricks and maneuver well on the skateboard deck. These longboards are typically between 40" and 60" in length and have a concave center with a kick tail or nose.

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