Powell Peralta Caballero Ban This Skateboard Assembly - Mint 11.9
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This assembly is made with a Powell Peralta Steve Caballero BAN THIS deck, Independent 169 Trucks, Powell Peralta Wheels, Bones REDS Bearings, Mini Logo grip, risers and hardware.Wheels may vary with assembly
About the Cab Ban This Dragon Artwork:
In 1988 Powell-Peralta ran an "Artist Wanted" advertisement in TWS and Thrasher. The contest "winner" would get a job in the Powell-Peralta art department in Santa Barbara. The artist selected was Sean Cliver, mainly because his illustration style closely resembled VCJ's. Cliver's first deck design, the Barbee Ragdoll, was a departure from the traditional VCJ look, but when it came time to update the Caballero dragon, Sean emulated the master. At some point later, someone dubbed the graphic Cab "Ban This" Dragon since it was prominently featured in that video (think slow-motion sequence).
Originally Released: 1988
Artwork by: Sean Cliver
|Deck Construction||7-Ply Maple|
|Wheel Suggested Use||All Terrain|