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POWELL PERALTA Ripper Popsicle 8.75" | 83.5cm
POWELL PERALTA Ripper Popsicle 8.75" | 83.5cm
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Powell-Peralta Ripper Popsicle 8.75" / 83.5cm 

Our NEW Powell Peralta popsicles are made in our Skate One China factory using Skate One AirLam® presses, and the same maple and glue to match our engineering specifications. These new decks have assorted color stained top veneers along with a red center ply. They’re light, thin, have excellent torsional rigidity, and crisp pop.
Great for beginners to pro level skating at an awesome price.  Works well in the streets, skateparks, pools, freestyle, bombing hills or just pushing to the store.
Premium quality, 7 ply hard-rock maple, made right.


  • Deck Construction 7-Ply Maple
  • Deck Concave K21
  • Deck Wheelbase 15"
  • Deck Length 32.95"
  • Deck Width 8.75"
  • Deck Nose 7"
  • Deck Tail 6.75" 

Details About the artwork:

Arguably the most iconic skateboard graphic of all time, "The Ripper" 
was illustrated in 1983 by legendary Powell-Peralta artist V.C. Johnson. 
Originally the graphic was used as a "Bones Sold Here" dealer window sticker. 
Next, the artwork found it's way onto T-shirts and eventually decks. 
The Ripper graphic has stood the test of time and has been a staple of the Powell-Peralta line for over 30 years.


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