The "Legend" was the name of the first ever Lush board, shaped all those years ago in a Yorkshire cellar... it's latest incarnation is a "dancer" shape, refined over the years to be slightly shorter, lighter and stronger than previous versions. This deck uses our signature "X-Flex" construction, a composite sandwhich of hardrock maple and two layers of bi-axial fibreglass, laminated together with waterproof E-Glue. Lighter, stronger, with a springy flex.
With a super-comfy Rocker Profile with solid kicks and both ends, a simple but functional shape, wheel wells to keep things low, this is the perfect deck for all those tigerflips and Peter Pans. This year we have shortened things up a little, making the decks slightly easier to get off the ground and more manourerable for flips, turns and spins.
Average rating: 3 reviews
Dec 15, 2015
Hi, I'm a french guy who's using it every single day since 1 year in Paris, for both dancing/freestyle and cruising. I'm just in love with it, and I'm proud to say that thanks to it I reached an honorable level. Kicks are perfect, flex is perfect, pop is perfect... It's a demanding board, but when you tamed it, it's pure fun. As a dancing rider, I'll just have two things to wish on your next version : longer, less concave. If you do that, it will be the perfect dancing board (IMO). It's probably not in your plans, but please let me dream.
Feb 13, 2014
To add on to what Gábor said... I'm the one on the team using it for downhill... yah, it's awesome
I love this board because I can do anything I want with it. I ride it with very soft and responsive Sabre trucks (I ride barrel bushings with flat washers)
I don't even know how to describe it. I get a much more surfy feeling on this board than other boards I've tried, which is fun when cruising or riding fast. It's also got pretty huge kicks for shovits, using it as a pogo stick (I've done that a lot, still holds up), and lots of room for dancing. I don't think there's nothing I don't like with this board.
Only modification I've made is put on rough grip tape where my feet are in big standies/freeriding. Other than that, you're pretty much good to go and do anything you want with it. It rocks, boom! I'll be happy to answer any further questions from anyone aswell, so yah!
Feb 12, 2014
Omen est nomen, the name says it all. The limits are only in the mind, this board has everything and even more. If you want, you can do backflips on it, because the flex is so awesome. I just heard that one guy in our team uses it for downhill, so what I said in the second sentence is confirmed.
I use it for freestyle and street, and for me its the most amazing longboard I've ever tried in this style, because it feels so unique to ride, besides, if you want to improve your skills and strength in street skating, then this board is the gravity chamber what Son Goku used in Dragon Ball.
All you have to do is to grow up for this board.
Good luck with it!