Our friends at STOKED are starting a new program at Brooklyn Free School, in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. They've got fifteen kids who need boards. So we pulled some wood and plastic buckets out of the trash, and we worked with our friends at Chapman Skateboards to get these handsome decks made. We're thrilled to donate fifteen boards to fifteen kids. We're going to do it on April 22, 2017 -- Earth Day.
One problem. We don't make trucks, wheels or grip tape. And kids can't skate on decks alone.
So we are raising money to turn these decks into completes. Can you help us? Yeah, they're a little pricey, but your money also goes toward outfitting a skateboard for a kid. And we'll handle the shipping for you. Plus, they're dope looking.
The cruiser is modeled in the spirit of the zip-zinger: 29" long, 7 3/4" wide with a tapered nose and slightly squared-off tail. Classic cruiser, but with enough concave, nose and tail to pop an ollie.