Daenseu T-Core Complete Board

Daenseu T-Core Complete Board

Regular price $174.30
Regular price $249.00 Sale price $174.30
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Daenseu T-Core Complete Board

Daenseu T-Core Complete Board

2 reviews
Regular price $174.30
Regular price $249.00 Sale price $174.30
$74.70 off Sold out

Our push-friendly dance board, the Daenseu has a slim cut that shaves weight to make popping tricks easier. The slightly shorter wheelbase makes it easier to push and springier for all your dance moves.

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  • Handbuilt in USA

Product Details

Daenseu 42" Small-Batch
Availability:  Limited Release
Small-Batch Made: Yes (3-4 days to ship)
Finish:  Signed, Dated & Sealed
Grip: Engraved Logo + Laser Grip
Trucks: Caliber™ Satin Black 180mm
Wheels: Premier Forumula™ 66mm 80a

Tech specs

  • Length 42.2"
  • Width 8.75"
  • Nose and Tail 4.2" - 5.8"
  • Concave 0.66"
  • Total Drop --
  • Thickness 7/16"
  • Grip Wood-Burn Logo + Laser Grip
  • Trucks Bustin R1™ 177mm
  • Wheels Premier Formula™ 70mm 80a

Shipping & Returns

We have a production lead-time of 3-5 days. Made and shipped from our local factory at Maryland. If you are not satisfied with your product, we offer a 30-day return policy on unused products (the skateboard must be unridden and in brand-new condition)


Bustin Boards stands behind each and every one of our products, and we offer an extended warranty in each of our top quality components.

Standard Maple Boards: 90 days

  • Wheels: 180 days
  • Bearings: 180 days
  • Trucks: 180 days
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Daenseu Performance

The fourth edition of our dance/freestyle friendly board, the Daenseu is here in a lean, mean, 'skate-everything' machine form. The latest PUSH-friendly edition is a leaner, meaner 42-inch update with sexier curves and more tail than any dancer we've made. The NEW Daenseu is an ultra durable dancer board that's lighter, thinner and stronger than ever, with more pop than a karaoke bar.
  • Push

    full shrike
  • Freestyle

  • Carve

    full Shrike
  • Park

  • Slide

  • Downhill

Built by hand in the USA

Since 2001 we've been hand-crafting skateboards in the USA. Our Hybrid-Electric boards are hand crafted, wired, programmed and assembled by our Maryland-based production team. Ask any other electric brand where they make their boards.... but you already know.

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Levi E.
United States

Worth the money

not going to take forever writing this, but feels good turning is immaculate and you can take tight ones, looks gorgeous with the wood for sure. Feels easy to ride and I love it.


My first board 5 years later

My first ever board was a 2017 42 Old NY Daenseu bamboo X which would also become my first dance/freestyle board. Ever since I had to retire it, I had repeatedly reached out to Bustin regarding the daenseu and its chances of reissue. A few months later, coincidentally on my 1st anniversary of longboard dancing, the 2022 Bustin daenseu was revealed, and I was fortunate enough to obtain one early before listing and got a sweet custom graphic on par with the old NY. This board is feels much narrower than it's previous editions (at least the bambooX) which requires a bit more overall dance precision particularly with cross steps and peter pans, which may be slightly harder for beginners. However, I've noticed that Tigerclaw and shuvit based tricks felt so much more springy and responsive. Popping with the bamboo X was a bit heavy and a bit clunky, but with the reduced width size and changed kicktails of 2022, this board feels great and agile for freestyle. I'm not sure if its also because of the decreased width, but carving and turning on this feels much better as well. One thing I didn't know I missed from bustin boards was their rails design, and overall durability. In a quiver consisting of loaded, crown, and landyachtz boards, the daenseu quickly replaced and became my main/go-to board. Honestly, I'm thinking of buying 1 or 2 more as I will inevitably destroy my current one learning stuff, and to ensure I have enough daenseu once this limited release is over or until Bustin creates their next dancer. Till then, I hope to get good enough to make a profound impact on the longboarding community with this board.