- Size: 30.75″ x 9 3/4”
- Tail: 6 1/4″
- Nose: 3 3/8“
- Wheelbase: 16 1/2″
- Bearings: Carver ABEC 7
- Wheels: 65mm Roundhouse Ecothane
- Weight class: Recommended up to100KGS ( 220LBS)
- Made in the USA
With the 30.25” Firefly we’ve shaved ¾” off our popular 31 Resin to make this board even snappier while still retaining the same progressive shape of an archetypal square.
Please note: The listed price is for deck only. To get a complete setup, please select the trucks you desire in the drop-down menu. The trucks will be coming with wheels, bearings, all of the necessary hardware, and riser pads.
Sometimes you want to dial in your wheelbase just so, and full-inch sizes are not specific enough. The narrower nose keeps the front of the board light and nimble, while the proper kick tail is a wedged deckpad that locks in your back foot where it counts, giving you leverage into any tail-driven trick.
From boneless air grabs and ollies to bank and ditch surfing, this little board is a true surfskate. Practice the same tricks you want to perfect in the water, plus work on flow, trim and power carves. With a 16 ½” wheelbase you get a little more stability than other shorties, but not so much that you lose the super easy pump and the driveway-tight carving.
What’s the difference between the C7 and the CX?
The C7 is Carver’s signature surfskate front truck. It has an incredible amount of pump and turning radius, with a spring loaded swing arm that allows the nose of the board to sway slightly from side to side, with slightly wider and more stable turns than a CX truck. Basically, it feels more like a twin fin to ride, but has an adjustable spring you can tension or loosen to vary your ride.
The CX is Carver’s reverse-kingpin surfskate front truck. It has more pump and tighter turning than any other reverse kingpin truck on the market, but without any extra parts. It has a similar feel to the C7, allowing you to snap your turns from the tail and pump effortlessly for speed. It is more responsive than a C7 truck, with a lot more play in the tail, similar to a quad fin!