Crispy New New | Noah’s Complete Skateboard

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This weeks Crispy New New from Noah in Missouri definitely turned out to be a sick setup. Slave, Thunder and Bones all laced up with FKD bearings, Mouse grip and Bro Style bolts. Nice choices Noah, we hope you’re as stoked as we are.

Crispy New New | 4.22.14 Customer Complete

Crispy New Complete

Deck: Slave Goemann Pet Peeve 8.125 x 32
Trucks: Thunder Rieder Effigy 147 Hi
Wheels: Bones 100’s Blue 53mm
Bearings: FKD Neoprene Shields ABEC 5
Griptape: Mouse Pentagram by Mob Grip
Hardware: Bro Style 1”

Crispy New Slave Deck

Slave decks are great, solid shapes and good wood always topped off with killer graphics. The Slave Goemann Pet Peeve Deck 8.125 x 32 is no exception. Your standard 7-ply construction.

Crispy New Thunder Bones Slave

The Thunder Dylan Rieder Effigy Low Trucks are a solid, durable truck. Graphics at hanger and Thunder labeling at baseplate.

Crispy New Bones FKD

The Bones 100′s Blue Wheels are specifically formulated for what you skate. The 100′s are made with the Bones Original Formula, giving you more control and way less flat spots. Made in the U.S. at the Bones factory in Santa Barbara, California, the 100′s are skater engineered and designed. Feature Bones logo at front in blue and black.

The FKD ABEC 5 Bearings with Clear Neoprene Shields are your sawblade series speed bearings with lube included. It’s the No. 1 Choice of Bros! The Bro Style Bro Bolts Hardware is your Bro Style Phillips Head Hardware. 8 nuts. 8 bolts.

Crispy New Mouse Mob Grip

The Mouse Pentagram griptape from Mob Grip is the newest and latest innovation from Mob Grip, skateboarding’s premium grip tape. Graphic Mob features a groundbreaking process that locks full color illustrations and crystal clear photographs into the grit, without sacrificing the durability, grip and feel that makes Mob the #1 choice of professional skateboarders.

Buy a custom complete skateboard from Skate Warehouse, starting with a deck, and potentially get featured here on the Go Skate Blog. We love a good Crispy New New! What’s your current set up? List it in the comments below.