Since 1978, George Powell, the godfather of skateboard manufacturing and Stacy Peralta, skateboarding legend/filmmaker, are proudly satisfying the needs of skaters and skateboard collectors all over the world. Many innovations indispensable in modern skateboarding come from their inventive spirit, like the production of wheels from urethane. Even the legendary Bones Brigade was founded by them in 1979. Powell Peralta is re-issuing some of the most popular and classic skateboards of all time along with wheels, soft goods, and many more must-have items.
The Ripper Complete is an allround brilliant board that lives up to those famous Powell Peralta quality standards. If you’re looking for a really good board for a beginner or later on in your career, the Ripper is the one for you.
This board is an all-rounder that’s just as suited to street skating as it is to ramp skating. Complex flip tricks are just as easy as shredding the bowl. Due to the small width of 7.0'', this board is perfectly suited for young skaters from 6 to 8 years.
The K12 Concave features a double kick nose with extra deep concave that adds significant stiffness to a deck. This allows Mini Logo to reduce a K12 deck’s thickness and weight without losing pop and response. It also features a steep, flat nose and tail. Non-symmetrical nose to tail.
Powell Peralta uses the old tried and tested 7-ply hard rock maple construction for guaranteed quality.
A well put together, high-quality setup. Skate One trucks are light and super stable, SHR Super High Rebound 90a wheels are suitably hard and promise a long lifespan. The Mini Logo Skate Rated™ bearings spin faster and longer which means less effort and this enables getting up to full speed faster.
Revolutionizing the skateboard industry with uterine wheels wasn't enough for power-duo Powell Peralta. With high quality decks, awesome graphics and a huge beating heart for skateboarding and everything that surrounds it, they are a constant favorite on the market. Beginners, pros and everyone in-between are sure to find something to their linking.