Dusters roots lie in the cradle of surf & skate culture in the golden haze of California. Bred from the same spirit that was born in the 60’s and 70’s when skateboarding, surfing, and music defined themselves against establishment.
Dusters California is built by a team that understands, in and out, the functionality of these boards with more than 25 years of experience in the industry. Throughout all these years of skateboarding and manufacturing we learned the importance of the fit and finishes of a skateboard and you can see that by analyzing every single details on Dusters boards. Besides the core functionality, meticulous fit and finishes and the overall quality compared to other cruisers and longboards.
The All Time in Black Rose is a classic long wheelbase cruiser shape featuring mellow concave with kick-tail. Featuring Resin-8 hard rock maple deck, 150mm Slant reverse kingpin trucks, 65mm 78a wheels and black griptape with print.
Dimensions: 35.875" x 9" x 22.25"WB
This year’s Swell Photo Collection is no different. You’re probably familiar with Ben Thouard’s wave imagery out of Tahiti, as we’ve featured his amazing photography on decks in the past. However, we’ve added to our growing list watermen for this collection with photographer Phillip Thurston.
Santa Cruz Skateboards was founded in 1973 by Rich Novak, Doug Haut and Jay Shuirman. Santa Cruz also employed legendary artist Jim Phillips to create most of the brands early graphics, most notably their iconic "Screaming Hand" graphic. As one of the oldest skateboard brands in existence, Santa Cruz draws from a wealth of experience in skateboarding to bring you a range of top-quality boards. Along with their trademark line, Santa Cruz also offers a broad range of boards in varying shapes and sizes.
Jerry Madrid began shaping surfboards in his parents' Southern California garage in the late 1960s. When the waves weren’t good enough to surf, Jerry shaped skateboards for himself and his friends. In 1976, while also working as a firefighter, Jerry officially started the business and enlisted the help of his brothers Jim and Jeff to assist in the operations.
After developing some of the first modern concaves to hit the market, Madrid produced a series of iconic collaborations throughout the '80s, including the Madrid x Valterra Skateboard ridden by Marty McFly in the original Back to the Future movie, and the Vans x Madrid Fly Shoe, the first co-branded skate shoe from Vans. Most recently, Madrid was featured in the popular Netflix television series Stranger Things.
Madrid completes come with Caliber Trucks and Cadillac wheels.
|9.625"||40"||Cadilac 70mm 78a|