MOld/concave and shape options for custom skateboard manufacturing

Mellow Concave


Usually this is the choice for the tech skater but some old guys that like flatter decks also appreciate this mold. Flat spots beyond the outer truck holes provide a stable platform for nose and tail slides. Smooth transitions through the nose, tail, and center concave provide a stable platform that is not too 'twitchy' for flip tricks. Click the sizes below for the most popular specs. Other specs available as stock shapes as well as full custom shapes cut from this mold. Custom shape info
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Sizes

Steep Concave


Steep nose and tail with a deep center concave. Abrupt transitions abound, these help to stiffen the deck and give it a quick snap. Nose and tail flip starts quickly after the outer truck holes exaggerating the steepness. The kids love'em, top choice for most of the under 20 skateboarders. This is our best selling concave, but mellow has been steadily taking market share. Click the sizes below for the most popular specs. Other specs available as stock shapes as well as full custom shapes cut from this mold. Concave Tech Info Link

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Pintail LB Concave


Concrete Surfers Rejoice! Multiple mold sizes for different length and types of decks. All Canadian/American maple. Usually 7 ply but 8 and 9 ply can be made in a custom press run.

Sizes

  • 37
  • 42
  • 46

Other Concaves

Mini:


Standard street with shorter wheelbase to accommodate shorter legs.

XL Street:


Standard street with longer wheelbase and wider.

Old School:


Longer wheelbase and wider.

Flat:


OG flatter street concave.

Double/Single Kick Longboard:


Multiple lengths, drop-through, freeride, etc.

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Custom Shapes and Molds/Concaves

Custom Shapes


We make custom shapes all the time. This requires custom CNC and/or shape templates. Minimums are higher and turnaround times longer. Custom shape info
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Custom Molds/Concaves


We have a variety of 'open-use' molds that we have used for various projects over the years that may work for you. Full custom molds takes tons of work and are very expensive. The molds have to be mapped in CAD, cut by a CNC machine, and tested. We usually require 100's of decks to be ordered from a custom mold. Be prepared for significant investment if you go the custom mold route!