All I see is green. Zack from Oklahoma did it up right with this killer complete presented as today’s Crispy New New. Sick new stuff from Element, Indy, Spitfire and Lucky keep it green and keep it mean, all laced up and ready to roll.
Crispy New New Zack from Oklahoma
Deck: Element Nick Garcia This Ol’ Dog 8.0” x 31.75”
Trucks: Independent Haslam Stage 11 Forged Hollow 139
Wheels: Spitfire Kennedy Trunk Kush F1 Street Burner 53mm
Bearings: Lucky ABEC 3
Hardware: Lucky Phillips 1 1/8”
Risers: Independent 1/8”
Griptape: Element Standard Logo Jessup
The Element Garcia This Ol’ Dog deck features standard 7-ply maple construction plus a killer shape and graphic. It’s also a model from one of Element’s newest pros, Nick Garcia. So you get great wood and support one of skateboarding’s sickest up-and-comers. Not too shabby.
Independent Stage 11 Forged Hollow Trucks feature a hollow kingpin, hollow axle and a forged baseplate as well as all your standard Indy aircraft grade aluminum hangers, cromoly axles and the improved no hang-up yoke. These particular trucks are the Chris Haslam LTD colorway, only available at certain retailers like Skate Warehouse. The Independent 1/8” risers help you avoid that pesky wheelbite. Lightweight, low profile hard plastic keeps the weight on your setup down and lasts much longer than the soft rubber gaskets.
The Spitfire Kennedy Trunk Kush F1 Street Burners are a true flatspot resistant urethane that don’t sacrafice the slide when you want it. Formulated to withstand any street terrain. Lucky ABEC 3 bearings come with stainless steel shields on one side and a removable Dupont Delrin crown on the other.
Lucky Phillips Hardware holds your board together and does a damn good job. Comes with 7 black bolts, 1 green bolt and 8 black nuts.
The Element Standard Logo griptape is your standard Jessup grip with an Element logo on the lower left side to spice things up a bit and help you quickly determine the nose from the tail.
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