Keeping to Surfing and Skateboarding soul, the Kroozers are modeled from our 1970’s roots.

From sidewalks to skateparks, downhill to ditches, Rootamental’s Kroozer Series skateboards will perform for all.
It’s What We Ride Around Here.

Assembled for a SurfSkate Ride…

28″ Mini Kroozer Complete – MKC – 7.75″ x 28″


The 28″ Mini Kroozer Complete is for quick pumping, under the hook snappy turns and cutbacks. The Mini Kroozer’s mini wheelbase and small size allow for easy control and tight turning.
(comes in other colors)

32″ Shorty Kroozer Complete – SKC – 8.25″ x 32″

The 32″ Shorty Kroozer Complete is for fast full rail slashing power turns and cutback tail slides. The Shorty Kroozer’s wide wheelbase allows for a natural surf stance and balance.

(comes in other colors)



38″ Original Kroozer Complete – OKC – 8.5″ x 38″

The 38″ Original Kroozer Complete is for smooth flowing carving turns and downhill power slides. The Original Kroozer’s extra long wheelbase allows for comfort, stability, and creativity at nearly any speed.



Rootamental 38″ Original Kroozer Skateboard
A Longboard is a skateboard with a longer and sometimes wider shape used for longboarding. They are most commonly used for cruising, downhill racing or transportation. Longboards can be shaped in various different ways, depending on the type of riding intended. Their greater weight and bulk makes them less suitable for many skateboarding tricks, but contributes to a fluid motion by providing more momentum. Longboarding is often compared to surfing on concrete, and the design allows big turns or quick short carves similar to a surfboard.

Longboarding became popular alongside emerging surfing culture through the mid 1950s. Longboarding may have originated in California where the streets gave ground to many longboarders due to the rolling hills but some believe it is a product of Hawaiian origin.

This is the inspiration for Rootamental “Kroozer” Skateboards:

Longboard equipment is very similar to skateboard equipment. Most longboards measure between 90 and 150 cm (35-60 inches). Shorter boards may still be referred to as longboards when their main purpose is in line with that of longboarding (i.e. downhill & cruising). There are several different shapes of longboards including but not limited to: pintails, flat nose riders, and boards shaped like a longer shortboard. Pintails permit looser trucks and larger diameter wheels better suited for carving or a “surfy” feel. Mid-length boards, 81-97 cm (32-38 inches) are the most versatile. Small-length boards, 61-81 cm (24-32 inches) are “Minis” and they are the most manuvareable perfect for the groms.





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