Our Series Spotlight this week is the latest set from Girl Skateboards. The Girl Lettus Bee Decks are illustrated by the one-and-only Andy Jenkins a.k.a. “Mel Bend”. Lettus Bee is a character from a skate comic entitled “Wrench Pilot” published in TransWorld Skateboarding from 1989 to 1991. Classic and clean, these decks make for great collector’s items. With the great shapes and wood from Crailtap these boards will fill all of your shredding needs as well. Check out the Girl Lettus Bee Decks and all of our most recent Series Spotlights at Skate Warehouse!
enjoi has done it once again, this time with the gut-bustin’ Art Classics series. For this inspired collection enjoi took pieces of fine art and imposed pictures of their riders face on them. Genius, and hilarious. Ever wondered what Louie Barletta would look like as the Mona Lisa? Well, now you know. Pick up your new enjoi art classic from the Series Spotlight page and be sure to check out the trailer for enjoi’s new video Oververt!
If you missed the freak show at your local county fair don’t worry, Deathwish has you covered. From Strongman Jon Dickson to The Horrific Lizard King, these boards each have a personal touch from their respective pros. Brian Hansen may as well be dog-faced and it’s well known Ellington is a human oddity. With a heavy dose of humor and one of the sickest teams out, this series is an ace in the hole. And as always, Deathwish provides top notch wood and shapes in sizes to suit any skater. Pick em’ up HERE.
If you’re tired of the same ol’ same ol’ look no further than the Organika Growth Control Series. This fresh new take from Organika brings you three radical shapes from three radical pros. Eli Reed, Walker Ryan and Josh Matthews are all featured on brightly colored, 80’s inspired graphics and shapes to help fulfill all your wildest dreams. Take ‘em for a cruise, to the park or hit the streets- these shapes are highly fun and functional. Check ‘em out on the Series Spotlight!
The Knights series is Palace Skateboards most recent offering after their union with our pals over at Baker Boys Distribution. Palace is raw and unapologetically skateboarding, so it only makes sense they teamed up with one of the most skate-rat distributions in the game. Now that Palace is more readily available to us in the states, you can expect to see a lot more from them at SW! Pick yours up here!
Habitat Skateboards is one of the sickest brands out. After teaming up with the boys over at Tum Yeto, Habitat is running strong and swingin’ harder than ever. In their most recent venture they present the Java series, featuring pro models from Stefan Janoski, Mark Suciu, Brian Delatorre, Daryl Angel and last but not least, Silas Baxter-Neal. Much like the abundant culture of artisan coffee, Habitat is a reflection of style and tastes from those who know it best. If you haven’t tried one out yet, now’s your time to check em’ out! Or if you’re a loyal Habitat fan get back in on the action HERE
“It was all a dream…” still readin Thrasher Magazine, Sk8 Mafia, Peter Smolik in the limousine! The brand-new Sk8 Mafia Legends series depicts deceased musical legends in illustrated monotone glory. If there’s one thing that’s for sure, Sk8 Mafia sure knows how to create wall-worthy graphics and pair them with some of the best wood and shapes in the biz. So hang em’ up or skate em’, these boards are sure to be future classics. Pick one up at Skate Warehouse!
The Expedition One Cologne Series keeps it fresh and keeps it clean. If you’re lookin’ for the perfect compliment to your scum dé jour, look no further. Models from Spencer Hamilton, Tom Remillard, Zered Bassett, Ryan Gallant and Matt Miller provide five different sizes to satisfy those with the most discerning taste. Get yours here at Skate Warehouse!
The Girl Skateboards Mish Mosh Deck Series is the latest and greatest from the legendary Crailtap company. With this series comes a brightly colored collage style graphic, each with a heavy dousing of comedic relief. Arts and crafts ain’t dead just yet!
Things aren’t always what they seem. From the dark and brilliantly satirical minds over at Slave Skateboards we present the Slave Reality TV series. A photo series by San Diego photographer J-Hon Poellnitz.