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  • Harfang Snowskates Harfang Native 43" Bi-Level Snowskate
  • Harfang Snowskates Harfang Native 43" Bi-Level Snowskate

Harfang Native 43" Bi-Level Snowskate

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A dream of a Snowskate - handmade from A to Z in Canada.

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A beautiful snowskate made to handle both groomed and fresh snow. Great for playing around with skatestyle riding on mellow runs, or cutting fresh lines in some new snow.

The sub-deck has a medium-to-wide waist for max stability. Between the trucks, the Harfang Subdeck has extra flex so that it can be bent easily without much effort.

  • Core: Poplar
  • Glass: Triaxle Fiberglass
  • Base: Sintered UHMW base
  • ABS Sidewalls
  • Steel edge with dampener
  • Wrapped Stainless Steel Edges
  • Length: 105 cm
  • Radius: 5 m
  • Nose Wide: 15.3 cm
  • Waist Wide: 12.3 cm
  • Tail Wide: 15.3 cm
  • Inserts: 4 inserts with 52 cm truck base (42 mm mounting holes for trucks)

The Native top deck is made of 7-ply hard maple and has high concave and kicks. It comes with EVA foam grip.

  • Symmetrical Shape
  • Steep nose and tail provide pop and keep your feet in place
  • 7 ply Maple construction
  • Waterproof Glue
  • Marine Varnish
  • Closed Cell EVA foam grip
  • Length: 35"
  • Width: 9.375"
  • Truck Base: 52 cm


Single low-pivot steel and composite trucks.


  • Sub Deck Made in Canada
  • Top Deck Made in Canada
  • Harfang Snowskate Trucks
  • Bungee Leash
  • Weight: 3'246 g (exclusive Leash)
Bi-Level Snowskates / Bi-Level Snowskates Schweiz / Doppeldecker Snowskates / Doppeldecker Snowskates Schweiz
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