Slide Pavones 32″ (Beware Slide Is Addictive)
SLIDE SURFSKATE FISH PAVONES 32''
The design of the new Slide Fish Tuna 32'' reminds us of a fish. A 32'' fishtail surfskate that is part of the Fish collection of the Basque surfskate brand.
Slide's FISH 32'' collection consists of the Fish Tuna, the Fish Marrajo and the Fish Pavones. 3 Surfskates that thanks to its wide nose and soft outline is ideal for those surfers who are used to surfboards with extra volume in the nose.
Thanks to its slightly raised tail, you can comfortably position your back foot as if you were on the grip of your surfboard.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS OF THE SLIDE FISH PAVONES 32''
- Deck: 32" long x 9.7" wide with kick tail.
- Deck Material: 7 sheets of Canadian Maple painted.
- Front axle: New 2019, 165 mm.
- Rear axle: Conventional 2019 polished aluminum, 165 mm.
- Wheelbase: 17 ½" (44.45 cm).
- Wheels: Black Slide. 65 mm x 55 mm/ 78A.
- Bearings: ABEC 7.
BEST OF SLIDE
Thanks to the adjustable front axle, you can tighten and loosen the spring, to adapt the board to the type of ride you want to make. Adapt the axle and make it more stable for long runs, generating speed and riding. Or set it up so you can make more radical turns and warm up before going on the water.
Which size of the surf skate suits me best?
|under 155cm||25kg - 55kg||under and = 30"|
|150cm - 170cm (5”0` - 5”7`)||40kg - 75kg||27 - 31”|
|160cm - 181cm (5”3` - 5”11`)||50kg - 85kg||30 - 32”|
|165cm - 187cm (5”4` - 6”2`)||60kg - 90kg||31”- 33”|
|175cm - 193cm (5"7` - 6”4`)||70kg - 100kg||32”- 35”|
|182cm - 203cm (6”0`- 6”8`)||85kg - 120kg||34”- 39”|
The above is only a guideline for the selection of a surfskate. Depending on how and where you want to use it, you may find you don't follow these guidelines.
If you are looking for a Mini Cruiser Surfskate for the city and are bigger than 180cm, you can easily do this with a board under 30".
Or, someone who is lighter and would like to do long carves or to cover more distance can take a longer board.
Always check if the length of the board still suits your normal stance, you should be able to position your feet above the rear truck and slightly behind the front truck.