The Landyachtz “Peacemaker” features a single kicktail design, an ample wheelbase, as well as some deep CNC wheelwells. It is constructed of 8-ply Canadian maple with a flowing concave throughout. The Peacemaker we tested has the rad 2012 graphic on. A new graphic for 2013 is coming soon.
In order to test the Peacemaker, we set it up with some standard kingpin Polar Bear 155s as well as a set of 62mm 82A Street Hawgs. We brought our Peacemaker out to some local spots—a fun hill with banked features, as well as a new ditch we found recently and have been itchin’ to ride.
This board is fun for most any application. It’s kicktail opens the doors for ollie tricks, the wheel-wells help to avoid wheelsbite when zipping and dipping around the streets, and the 23 ½” wheelbase allows for stability while bombing hills.
We have no complaints about the Peacemaker, although it might be cool to see it with a little bit more nose to it, as well as some further wheelbase adjustability at the front truck.
The Peacemaker is an extremely playful single-kick deck ready for hill bombin’ and street shralping alike. The combination of the Peacmaker’s ample wheelbase and solid kicktail make for a surfy-style ride with a broad range of applicability. We enjoyed riding the Landyachtz Peacemaker, and suggest it to any rider looking for a fun deck that can handle most any terrain.
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