First we killed the Fish and then we killed the Ceviche. We've replaced it with our latest and greatest, the Poke. Available at select shops worldwide on May 1st. It won't be available here for at least a month after that (not until there are enough to go around). If you want one hit up your local shop: Click here for our dealer locator.
Like the curvaceous figure of its mythical namesake, the Chubby Unicorn is here to captivate you with its alluring ergonomics: rocker, progressive rail concave, ergonomic W concave, CNC routed grab rails, integrated wheel wells recessed truck mounts nose and tail kicks and a fully symmetrical shape that ensures ideal ergonomics in any orientation. The Chubby’s composite construction balances stability at speed with just enough give to dissipate energy from vibrations and impacts. Around the board’s perimeter is a high durometer Orangatang urethane sidewall that is bonded to the basswood core and sandwiched between fiberglass skins.
Available in two widths: 8.625" (21.908cm) & 8.875 (22.416cm)
Blurring the lines between street skating and freeriding, the Kanthaka builds off contemporary skate design and brings rocker, functional and ergonomic wheel wells, and composite construction to create something innovative, versatile and unique.
In 2007, the Dervish was our first venture into dropthrough construction and an opportunity to create a flexy, bamboo composite carver with the versatility to handle a variety of riding styles. Five years later, we’ve revisited this flagship board with new performance aspirations in mind.
With a slightly wider platform than its predecessor, the Dervish Sama balances comfort, edge control, and responsiveness. Combined with a more pronounced concave profile, the extra width enhances turn initiation and slide control. We added subtle nose and tail kicks to increase pop and lock your feet in for freestyle tricks. The neck and dropthrough cutout were also updated for increased durability under hard riding. A six-piece griptape pattern provides enhanced control at the kicks and facilitates comfortable footwork maneuvers on the standing platform without interfering with the board’s flex pattern.
Currently available at select shops worldwide. We will release them here when there are enough to go around for everyone.
48.5" long by 9.5" wide, this more compact dancing/freestyle board offers plenty of foot space to get your dancing groove on yet is compact and lightweight enough to facilitate steezy slides and advanced flatland tricks. Upturned nose and tail kicks, purposeful griptape patterns, rocker, mellow concave and damp flex (created in part by the use of epoxy bio-resin & cork) result in comfortable and functional ergonomics that inspire confidence on the dance floor. Designed around a 180mm truck and 70mm or smaller wheels. Much more info here.
Aside from that WE HAVE AESTHETIC BLEM FLEX 2s and 3s (all with the old flying fish graphic) FOR $30 OFF UNTIL THEY'RE GONE (THE BLEMS RIDE PERFECT, WE RIDE THEM HERE, THEY JUST HAVE SCRATCHES OR WRINKLES ON THE FINISH.
Flex 1 and 2 are 42"; Flex 3,4, & 5 are 38". Sidecuts, wheelwells, and flexiness, oh my.
First we killed the Fish and then we killed the Ceviche. We've replaced it with our latest and greatest, the Poke. You're local shop may have one in stock if you want it: Click here for our dealer locator.
Add hardware (bolts, washers and nuts) +$7.00
A little extra girth never hurt anyone. At least that was our approach when it came time to revamp the design of the Pintail. We wanted to modernize this classic concept so it could keep up with evolutions in riding and performance.
The Fattail was designed for pumping, carving, pedestrian slalom, freestyle and generally any situation where lively, energetic lines are on the menu. Increased concave locks your feet in against g-forces, while the topmounted and cambered platform provides energetic performance in and out of each carve. The width of the deck has been redistributed while maintaining subtle tapering near the trucks to provide both ample leverage and awareness of foot position while powering through turns. The formerly vestigial tail has received the silicone treatment for improved functionality in both freestyle tricks and surf-style shredding. The Fattail is also equipped with a slight nose kick for manuals and shuvits.