Crispy New New | James’ Complete Skateboard

July 23, 2014

This week’s colorful complete comes via James from Maryland. Nice picks, James! This board comes out swingin’ with an Organika Deck, Theeve Trucks and Spitfire Wheels, rolling on Bones Bearings, gripped up with some sick new Mouse Grip and held together with some Creature bolts. Check out this setup below and scope out the most recent CNN’s on our Crispy New New page!

Crispy New New | James from Maryland

Organika Grow Abstract

Deck: Organika Grow Abstract Deck 8.06″ x 32″
Trucks: Theeve TiAX v3 5.25(8″) Glow In The Dark
Wheels: Spitfire Salba OG Flash 50/50 54mm
Bearings: Bones Reds Bearings
Hardware: Creature Phillips 1″
Griptape: Mouse “Yo Duh” Hand Sprayed by Mob

We’re big into Kayo over here at SW, so naturally we are big fans of Organika. This rad graphic on top of the high quality wood and shapes are a match made in heaven.

Theeve has created the world’s first 6/4 Titanium axle truck. TiAX Titanium axles are 40% lighter and two times stronger than standard steel axles. This gives you weight savings and less chance of bending axles. Titanium/alloy blend with non-slip 6/4 Aerospace grade Titanium axles, Grade 8 king pins and Bones Hardcore Bushings standard.

Organika Grow Abstract

Spitfire Salba OG Flash Wheels are a rad yellow/black swirl classic formula wheel from Spitfire. Shaped by Salba himself and adorned with a rad traditional flash graphic.

Bones Reds Bearings are our most popular bearing, and for good reason. High quality and affordable, these bearings deliver some serious bang for your buck.

Organika Grow Abstract

Mouse grip is sick. Hand sprayed graphics on top of our popular Mob grip, these babies are sure to please every time you look down at your feet. Just don’t get distracted!

Creature Phillips hardware is your standard Independent Genuine Parts hardware, but with a little Creature flare. Six black and two green of each of the nuts and bolts, to help you determine your nose from your tail.

Organika Grow Abstract

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