Zuma - 31.5" Surf Skate SS Coconut/Niu Voyager#10525397
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A wider, medium wheelbase surf/skate board for all-around riders levels and sizes. The 65mm SoftSider wheels with wide riding surface, rounded lip and enlarged core provide predictable turns and snappy rebound. The Zuma Coconut/Niu Voyager features art by native Hawaiian Chris Miyashiro atop a coconut husk base, and is inspired by the voyagers who connected the old pacific.
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Feature Artist: Chris Miyashiro
Slant Surf/Skate Trucks
Slant™ Surf/Skate trucks
So Much Lighter
Made from Magnesium, and using hollow axles, our trucks are roughly 25% lighter than comparable aluminum trucks.
Lower To The Ground
Designed for you to be closer to the ground, making it easier to push and giving you a lower center of gravity for better control.
Quality, Innovation, Guaranteed
Highly considered design makes Globe boards with Slant trucks the best looking and performing surf/skate boards, backed by the Slant trucks guarantee.
This general guide can help you choose a Surf/Skate based on the style of performance you’re after. Shorter wheelbase boards have a tighter turning arc, and a sharper pivot; more advanced riders will feel a high performance edge riding a board with a shorter wheelbase. A longer wheelbase board will have a mellower turning arc; beginner/intermediate riders will feel comfortable with the flowy, drawn-out turns akin to a longer surfboard.
There are no absolutes based on height or weight, so choose based on the style of surfing you enjoy, or whether you want to pump (instead of push) to generate speed more or less.
More than 100,000 trees planted
As one of the world’s largest manufacturers of premium skateboards, we use a significant amount of wood in our production. In order to off-set the timber we use to construct our skateboards, our goal is to engage in forestry efforts that replace far more than we consume.