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The Mach 3 is back!

Mach 3 Deck with bigger wheel-wells.

The Mach 3 was originally released in 2013 during the beginning of the “Skate Everything” era in longboarding. This single kick design has been our specialty since the beginning of our brand ten years prior with our first model The Tabor. The Mach 3 is basically a bigger beefier version of the Tabor with a whole lot more features aimed at being an a versatile downhill freeride board. It can handle both speed and maneuverability with some very cool “Next Level” features provided by the mold and the shaping. The Mach 3 has a deep radial concave with a touch of belly rocker and a super sweet fish tail shape tail. Carefully placed gas pedals edges are set for the back foot to leverage with a smaller to medium stance. And the scoop side of the kick tail is another leverage spot for digging in with the back foot for a wider stance, which comes in handy for stand up slides. The board in general is a fun all around longboard featuring a really useful kicktail for dropping of curbs, ollies over cracks and off drops, and just plain old kicking your board up to your hand (instead of having to reach down to pick up your board). It also provides another reference point for your back foot to push up against when tucking or sliding.

Mach 3 Concave featuring the “Gas Pedal” edges and side scoop of the tail.

We haven’t made a run of these for over a year so by popular demand we decided to put them back into production. Instead of re-releasing with a new graphic we thought it was so killer (sonic sound wave) that we kept it. The only change is adding slightly bigger wheel-wells for more wheel clearance. And we featured them by leaving them uncovered with natural wood sealed like the rest of the board is.

Now available on our website again and over a Daddies Board Shop and Muir Skate.


Mach 3 Longboard Complete with Gullwing Charger Trucks and Eastside H20 Clear Wheels.

3 thoughts on “The Mach 3 is back!

  1. wow my favorite deck thanks for the best review.

  2. I am going to start longboarding, I’m newbie having no experience at all, looking to get good experience. I am 6′ 12” and 175 pounds, Kindly suggest what type and length should I opt?

    1. I would go with the Relic. It has lot of room for a taller rider with really nice concave to keep your feet secure.

      Give me a call if you’d like to talk more, thanks!

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