My wife surprised me with the Yater board for my birthday, making it the best birthday since I was a kid. It rides like a dream, but it's so beautiful I'm scared to mess it up. Anyway, after a year or so of pining for this board and daily stare sessions on your website, I can now stare at it all day for real.
I live near a paved bike trail that consists of some fairly steep hills and some flat terrain. This trail runs about four miles long, and goes through woods, over bridges... very scenic. There is no greater feeling than coasting through this trail on my Barfoot longboard. I get the same feeling from it now as I did when I was eight years old. My Barfoot board has helped me remember why I loved skating as a kid and taught me how to capture the magic again. Thanks!
Just over a week on my new Mickey Munoz woody... oh man, I've got to move to the mountains. This thing is born to cruise. All longboards are NOT the same. This baby just looks beautiful, and when I'm on the couch... it just stares at me with those hang dog eyes, next thing you know... I'm grabbing onto someone's bumper and motoring across town. Thanks Chuck! I'll have this ride forever!
I still have a BARFOOT from like 3 years ago and it’s still sick... It's such an amazing board... My new series of boards that I'll be gettin for now on is def. BARFOOT...
I was excited to see that BARFOOT skateboards still exists. The first skateboard I owned was a Barfoot that I got second hand in 1984 and then outfitted the trucks and wheels at the Snowboard Shop from the Achenbachs basement in Calgary. The first snowboard I owned was a BARFOOT twin tip that the Achenbachs gave me to try in 1987 when I worked at Sunshine Village (the only hill that allowed snowboards back then in Alberta). I just ordered a long board and am looking forward to using it and teaching my kids to skate and board.Thanks Chuck!Long live BARFOOT boards!
I just got my first longboard, a BARFOOT Floral. It was just the board cause a friend of mine took it down off his wall so I could have it to ride. I put some wedge risers and Indy 149's w/ Bones soft bushings, on it with some Powell Bombers. This rides like a dream. I rode some of the demo boards at Purple SKunk in SF and couldn't find a ride I liked. I got on the Barfoot and feel in love. I am very impressed with the ride, it is everything I dreamed a longboard should be and then some. When I get going carving a hill the tail slides out just a little, giving that slash surf type of a feel. Awesome board, never ridden one with the Baku trucks, but I heard it's not stable at speed with the Baku's. The indy's were nice and stable under this board and have a nice turning radius with the soft Bones bushings. Thanks for making such a great longboard and keep up the incredible work... Peace;
Thanks so much for your help on the phone. I can't wait to get my board. I am sure you will be hearing from me again as soon as I get it, with all of my gushing.
I got my new board today and my wife had to call me in to go to bed. Way to much fun I feel like a kid again. Thx Chuck and to all your staff.
Dude, BARFOOT boards are Awesome. Chuck was awesome with returning my emails and I love the board. It’s so beautiful it should go on my wall, but it rides too awesome to do that. When I got my board, my brother liked it so much he went out and bought one the next day. You guys rock. I am thinking about getting another board from you guys because I like Mine so much. ;-)
I've been gazing at your boards almost daily wishing I could get one but I have a question, what materials are your HT Legend boards made out of?