Powell-Peralta Steve Saiz Totem 10" Old School Skateboard Deck
Powell-Peralta has played arguably one of the most important roles in skate history. They're not only one of the oldest brands, but their shapes, graphics, and design have shaped much of the modern skate industry. The Steve Saiz Totem Deck was first released as Steve's first ever pro model deck in 1989. The deck is a (giant by today's standards) 10" Width, a flat nose, and a classic old school "fish" shape. It features the original, vibrantly colored totem pole graphic designed by Sean Cliver, exactly like the '89 release.
Length: 78.3cm / 30.81"
Width: 25.4cm / 10"
In the late 1980's, Powell Peralta had an established vert team that was maxed out with the likes of Tony Hawk, Steve Caballero, Mike McGill and Lance Mountain. In an effort to expand the companies pro roster to include the growing "Street-Style" market, they began adding new "street" pros. After Tommy Guerrero it was Mike Vallely, then Ray Barbee. The fourth Powell-Peralta Street pro to receive a deck model was Long Beach local, Steve Saiz. His Native American "totem pole" graphic was the second illustrated by newly acquired artist Sean Cliver in 1989. Saiz continued to skate for Powell-Peralta into the early 1990's until his knee unfortunately gave out.
Length: 78.3 cm / 30.81"
Width: 25.4 cm / 10"
Wheelbase: 38.1 cm / 15".
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