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Z-Flex Ruins To Roses Cruiser Complete 7.5″ x 29″ Wood Grain


The Z-Flex Ruins To Roses Cruiser 29″ is has been a classic shape for over 10 years and a Z-Flex staple in the range due to its great shape and usability for all levels of skaters!

This complete comes ready to roll right out of the box. With the Z-Smooth wheels, these are perfect for that daily commute or surf-check cruiser with their soft durometer of 83A allowing for a smooth ride on almost all concrete surfaces!

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Z-Flex Ruins To Roses Cruiser Complete Canada Online Sales Vancouver PickupZ-Flex Ruins To Roses Cruiser Complete Canada Online Sales Vancouver PickupThe Z-Flex Ruins To Roses 29″ Cruiser has been a classic shape for over 10 years and a staple in the Z-Flex range due to its great shape and usability for all levels of skaters!

This complete consists of a beautifully 7-ply crafted deck consisting of 5-plies of Canadian Hard Rock Maple and 2-plies of Black Oak.

Coming right out of the box ready to turn on a dime and provide the responsiveness you desire are the 5″ Z-Flex TKP Trucks. As a result, these 5″ powder-coated trucks are strong, agile, and ready to grip the tightest turns.

Paired with the Z-Flex Z-Smooth wheels, which are perfect for that daily commute or surf-check cruiser with their soft durometer of 83A allowing for a smooth ride on almost all concrete surfaces. Overall, these components combined together provide the best all-around performance.

The Ruins to Roses Series tells the narrative about the fall, and rise, of the P.O.P (Pacific Ocean Pier) of Venice Beach otherwise known as the Birthplace of the Z-Boys.

The burnt down pier was a graveyard of broken dreams and family memories that led to a new world of youth uprising with an apocalyptic desire to skate and surf harder than anyone else. The Ruins to Roses Series uses black oak exotic veneers that are contrasted with the gold print and gold components!


  • Deck width: 7.5″
  • Deck length: 29″
  • Wheelbase: 15.75″
  • 5″ Powder-coated Z-Flex Trucks
  • Trucks include 90A Soft Cushions
  • 63mm 83A  Z-SMOOTH wheels 
  • 14mm Z-Flex Riser Blocks
  • Clear spray-on griptape
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The Z-Flex Skateboards 2019 range is available now! We grabbed a few of the new boards and took to the streets of Venice.


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1975 saw the Zephyr skate team from Santa Monica (better known as the specific area of Dogtown), California competing in the Del Mar national Skateboarding competition.
The “Zephyr surfboard production” surf shop was an integral part of the local surf culture, and had branched out into skateboard production, coinciding with the invention of urethane wheels. Kent Sherwood (Jay Adam’s step-father) who owned a fiberglass shop, was approached by Jeff Ho, Skip Engblom and Craig Stecyk of Zephyr Surf Shop to create a Zephyr skateboard.
Riding low, fast and hard, the Zephyr team took the existing version of gymnastic, handstand based skateboarding, fuelled it with the aggression of the streets, and things would never be the same again.
At first an alternative to surfing when the waves were flat, skateboarding soon took priority for a group of skate/surfers eager to prove themselves. Hitting the local schools in an attempt to mimic the big wave surf styles of their idols, the Zephyr team, or Z-Boyz as they came to be known, quickly developed into a phenomenon in their own right.
The phenomenon continued as California found itself in the grip of record droughts, causing many residents to empty their swimming pools. The Z-Boyz saw opportunity, and dove right in to these newly exposed playgrounds, sneaking into people’s back yards, skating as long as they could, and then running to avoid the inevitable police presence. The embodiment of an opportunistic, anti-establishment sentiment that remains evident in skateboarding to this day.
The finest example of this being Jay Adams, not only a 1st generation Z-Boy, but regarded as one of the best skateboarders ever, due in large part to his carefree aggressive style of attacking pools and streets. The nature of skateboarding eventually took it`s toll on some of the Zephyr team- and in 1976 Kent Sherwood, Jay Adams’ step-dad, broke away from Zephyr and started EZ-RYDER with half of the original Zephyr skaters including Jay Adams, Tony Alva and Jim Muir. 6 months later EZ-RYDER changed it’s name to Z-Flex

Product Innovation

Z Flex has long been responsible for product innovation, being a pioneer in development and testing urethane wheel designs. The standard clay wheels from the roller skating industry did not provide a smooth, fast ride, since they lacked retaining and grip qualities. Z-Flex developed the abrasion resistant Z. Smooth wheel specifically for boardwalk skating, followed closely by Z Grooves, a one-of-a-kind, faster, smoother wheel with a formula which most of today’s wheels are based upon.
Z-Flex 2nd Generation riders and product innovations continued to think outside the box, maintaining Z-Flex as an industry leader. Z-Flex is responsible for the first skateboard in history to utilize a concave on the board’s top-side. This revolutionized the direction of board design. You will find “concave” on almost every skateboard on the market today.
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Weight 4.0 kg
Dimensions 150 × 60 × 60 cm

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