Series Spotlight | Girl Lettus Bee Decks

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Girl Lettus Bee FrontpageOur 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!

Series Spotlight | Girl Mish Mosh Decks

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Girl Mish Mosh DecksThe 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!

Crispy New New | Zack’s Complete Skateboard

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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.

Fourstar Crocodile Done Deal

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Fourstar has one of the raddest crews possible, so when they get together for a trip you know there’s gonna be some rad footage. Demos, street spots, private ramps, these dudes rip it all to shreds. Featuring the likes of Ishod Wair, Cory Kennedy, Tony Trujillo and the rest of the Fourstar bunch, this one is a must watch. Check it out here at the Go Skate blog.

Series Spotlight: Girl Skateboards Be Kind Rewind

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Be Kind Rewind. A good number of you out there were probably born long after that saying was in use. The Girl Skateboards Be Kind Rewind series harkens back to the age of VHS rental stores, before you could stream whatever you want right on your TV. The folks over at Crailtap sure know good humor and certainly know how do to a great parody. This series is no exception.