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POWELL PERALTA

Powell Peralta Andy Anderson Heron Flight Skateboard Deck 8.45"

Powell Peralta Andy Anderson Heron Flight Skateboard Deck 8.45"

Regular price $84.95 USD
Regular price Sale price $84.95 USD
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Size
  • Deck width: 8.45"
  • Deck length: 31.8"
  • Deck nose: 6.68"
  • Deck tail: 6.68"
  • Deck wheelbase: 14.25"
  • Deck shape: 289
  • Deck concave: K20
  • Construction: Flight

Artwork by Vernon Courtlandt Johnson

Also available in the larger 9.13" size here

About Powell-Peralta Flight Decks:

Powell Peralta decks are made in the USA at their skateboard manufacturing facility in Santa Barbara, CA. Materials include U.S. hard rock maple, high strength fiberglass, AirLam fused with epoxy resin and are warranted against delamination for their useful life. Our graphics are created in-house using non-solvent based inks and paints to keep our atmosphere cleaner.

Flight Decks Are:

  • Thinner - as thin as your phone
  • Stronger - more than twice as strong in our tail break tests
  • Longer lasting - The epoxy infused, fiber reinforced structure of the Flight deck is extremely resistant to breaking, and this structure gives Flight decks "everlasting pop" that doesn't fade as your Flight deck slowly wears.
  • Ollies higher because of greater rebound and snap

Stacy Peralta on Andy Anderson:

“There are so many within the skateboarding world who look at skating as a religion which must be practiced to exacting and specific standards; you must conform and ride this type of terrain, you must conform and do these types of tricks, you must not mix this style with that style, you must look this way or else etc. And then once in a while a skater like Andy comes along who doesn’t fit into this fanatical mold, a skater who is such an outsider himself that he doesn’t even fit into skateboarding. He doesn’t fit in because he’s not following it’s false mandates. What Andy is doing is living the creed of what a skateboarder is supposed to be. He’s not conforming nor is he looking for acceptance from conforming, and with that he’s accepting the grief and exclusion that comes with being a true outsider. That is what a real skateboarder is.” -Stacy Peralta

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