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Arbor Fish Cruiser Complete

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Description: Arbor Fish Cruiser Complete

The Fish is a compact pin that features an extended wheelbase and time-honored teardrop shape. Expect a medium flex that allows this board to excel as a cruiser or a mellow carver.

Key Features of Arbor Fish Cruiser Complete:
  • WB: 27.75”
  • 7 maple plies, with our premium wood top
  • Wood material comes from sustainable sources of supply
  • Wood by-product is reclaimed for use in other products
  • Decks are produced using eco friendly water-based sanding sealers
  • Trucks: Caliber 50 Caliber 9.0”
  • Reverse Kingpin
  • Width: 161.0mm
  • Baseplate Angle: 50º – better turning
  • Bushing: ultra-high rebound 89a Blood Orange barrel & cone combo
  • Wheels: Arbor Sucrose Initiative – Mosh Series
  • Perfect mix between quick acceleration and roll speed
  • Good for freeriding on all size boards
  • Size: 65.0mm
  • Durometer: 82a
  • Contact Patch: 36.0mm
  • Offset: 0.0mm
  • Core: Groovetube – reduces distortion for improved contact
  • Formula: Sucrose – performance, durability, less petroleum
  • Bearings: ABEC 5
  • Risers: 1/4” recycled plastic
  • Grip: Lucid Grip – clear spray-on grip made from crushed recycled glass

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Do you ship to chile ??
A shopper on Oct 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately we do not ship to South America.
On this maple Arbor cruiser fish what's the weight limit I'm getting it for my cuz that's about 300lbs?
Jammer on Sep 13, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi,
Arbor tends to suggest that about 220 is around the max weight to fully ride this deck. For a super robust deck, I suggest you look at Lib Tech's skateboards... they make some of their skateboards more like a snowboard (carbon stringers and such).