Episode 2 in the Santa Cruz x Star Wars Collection is now available! This new offering features more original Santa Cruz graphics depicting classic Star Wars characters on a limited number of decks and cruiser completes. Distribution for these epic collab pieces is highly limited. Only a few others are carrying the entire collection. So activate the hyperdrive in your suped-up YT-1300 light freighter and come throw down some cred at SW for the dopest skate cargo in the galaxy!
It’s no surprise that the traditional “popsicle” shape boards reign supreme around here, but that doesn’t mean we don’t get stoked on a sweet fun or old-school shaped board. For this week’s Crispy New New, James came through and picked up a rad Jason Jessee Santa Cruz, with Independent Trucks and Powell Wheels to make for a rad bowl slashin’ machine. Add in Modus Bolts, Mob Grip and our own SW Bearings keepin’ it tight and you’re ready to roll. Nice setup, James.
These new Santa Cruz Jellybean Decks by graphic artist Rockin’ Jellybean capture the “beautifully nasty” and “cutely obscene” aesthetic RJB’s graphics are known for. On the street or on the wall, these decks pack both graphic flare and high quality construction. Check ‘em out and pick ‘em up at Skate Warehouse!
Jarrett from Kansas keeps it crispy mane. This week’s Crispy New New is a totally sick setup riding on a Santa Cruz Deck, Ace Trucks, Autobahn Wheels and all tied together with our very own SW shop goods. Order a custom complete for your chance to be featured on Crispy New New, or build this exact setup HERE
It’s no surprise the Star Wars x Vans collab is huge. Skate Warehouse is excited about the shoes we’ve got heading our way. And the Santa Cruz Star Wars collection was killer. Vans and Santa Cruz Skateboards are now part of the “Deathstar Blues” exhibit at Denver’s Black Book Gallery this June. Several artists are involved but Derek Keenan’s AT-AT sculpture really stands out. Read the full article for more info.
Shuriken Shannon’s new P2 Weed Panther deck just hit the shop, so Santa Cruz put together a sick little edit to promote it. Check it out!