Judo 2.0 All-Around

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Griptape | GRIPPED - WITH JESSUP GRIPTAPE

Judo 2.0 All-Around

Regular Price
$368.00
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$368.00
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Griptape

GRIPPED - WITH JESSUP GRIPTAPE

You'll be chopping the wood like it's nothing on this lightweight dancer. Made for smaller riders, the Judo mounted on Caliber II 184mm 50 degree trucks carves consistantly and is super playful for dancing and freestyle with the Zenit Flows! 

Every Zenit complete comes with free Zenit built-in bearingsGriptape and Standard Hardware.


If you want a different setup, simply add the Deck, the Trucks and the Wheels you want to your cart and we will still give you the free bearings and hardware you need to setup your complete board.


The complete board is shipped unassembled so, if you don't own one already, we recommend the purchase of a Skate Tool to setup your complete board.

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Our new and improved pre-tensioned triaxial fibreglass component adorned with the flair of Montreal’s local artist Jerry 30000 captivates onlookers with a soothing sensation of joy and fluidity. Painted onto the inside of the fibreglass, the colours withstand no abrasion and remain an integral part of the board forever.

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Francesco Bagatella

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Exactly What I Was Looking For

I was looking for a solid board for getting into freestyling with a bit of dancing and came across the Judo. After using it multiple times for hours on different sessions it's safe to say I love the thing. I am about 5'3" and 135 - 140lb and personally I feel the dimensions of the board fits just right. The board for me does not flex much at all given my weight and honestly it's what I wanted. Paired with the Caliber II's and the Flow's you can't go wrong. I've taken it on long cruises with some low key and shorter steeper hills to push how fast I could go. While I did experience speed wobbles it wasn't anything one couldn't control or handle. Also with me just getting into freestyling, it has taken it's share bumps and falls; and it can definitely take it. That being said it's easy to pop, carve, and really is an enjoyable ride.