• Board: Cruising/Urbain
  • Flex: FLEX
  • Longueur: 86 cm
  • Largeur: 23.18 cm
  • Weight: 1300
  • Empatement: 52.5 cm
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The Ceviche is dead. Long live the Poke.

Continuing the legacy of the Fish and Ceviche, the Poke is the newest phase of an evolving tradition. Featuring highly functional kicktails and a comfortable platform with concave, rocker, and wheel well flares, this versatile urban explorer keeps up with your every whim and makes each outing a creative, dynamic adventure.


Length: 34” / 86 cm
Width: 9.125” / 23.18 cm
Wheelbase: 20.75” / 52.71 cm
Tail: 7.625” / 19.37 cm (tip to inner bolt) @ 18°
Nose: 5.625” / 14.29 cm (tip to inner bolt) @ 13°
Concave: 0.5” / 1.3 cm (radial)
Rocker: 0.1” / 0.3 cm (centered)
Weight: 2.8 lbs / 1.3 kg (deck only)


The Poke features 0.5" of radial concave for solid and quick transitions from rail to rail while pumping, carving, and slashing. Aggressive enough for spirited performance riding yet comfortable enough for the casual commute or boogie through town.

Carver CX.4/C2.4 Combo
The combination of the extremely pumpable and maneuverable CX.4 front truck and the tall standard geometry of the C2 back truck creates a fluid and energetic turning sensation. Easy to pump up speed from a standstill and unbelievably agile, the Carvers are our preferred truck setup for achieving an aggressive and surfy ride. But keep in mind that this is a very directional configuration that can be somewhat unforgiving for fakie riding. We set up our Carvers with Orangatang Nipple double-barrel bushings: soft (orange) in the front CX and medium (purple) in the rear C2.

We recommend 80a (orange) Orangatang 4President race/slalom wheels in conjunction with the Carver CX/C2 combo to ensure maximum traction and energy in hard carving and pumping.

Paris 150
The tried and true 50° reverse kingpin geometry of the Paris 150mm truck lends itself to a wide variety of styles including freestyle, pumping, and slashy freeride. Tweakable through bushing and washer setups, the Paris always deliver a lively yet linear turning response that encourages versatility and accommodates speed more readily than the Carvers.

The Paris 150s are more inviting to an assortment of wheel styles. We suggest 4Presidents for a grippy and pumpy setup, Stimulus for a slash-friendly balance of traction and drift, and Fat Frees for weight reduction in trick-heavy freestyle riding.

Other Truck/Wheel Options

As always, we encourage exploration and have found that this deck works well with, for example, Paris 180s and Morongas, Tracker RTS/RTX with high rebound bushings and Fat Frees, or Indys with an assortment of wheel styles.

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