It's time to make a boyhood dream come true! With skateboards!
Every skater in the world dreams of riding a board with their graphic on the bottom. Jake and I are no exception, and we're counting on you to help fulfill that dream.
That's Where You Come In
That's right ladies and gentlemen! You can contribute to the purest of dreams with just the click of a button. $630 covers the printing and shipping cost of the initial run of boards. You're $30 dollars gets you one of those boards in whatever (standard) size you want. We'll be contacting each contributor via email to find out exactly what size they want and where they want it delivered. Shipping costs will be determined and charged on a per person basis.
What's that you say? You want more than one board? Well for each $30 you donate over your initial $30, you'll receive an additional board, sized to your liking.
About the Boards
The boards themselves are manufactured here in the Rocky Mountain area. They are made from 100% Canadian Hard Rock Maple to maximize pop while minimizing weight. A 6 color heat transfer process is used to apply the graphic and is by far the most expensive, and time consuming part of the process. After the boards are pressed and the graphics are applied, they are shipped to lovely Provo, UT; where we'll be inspecting and distributing each board.
What if There's Extra Money?
If we more than meet our goal, we'll be throwing in additional goodies to say thank you to all our donors! Here's the breakdown of what we'll throwing in at each price tier:
$1260 - We'll throw in a free set of bearings for everyone
$1890 - You'll all be getting a free set of wheels (pick your size)
$2700 - Everyone will receive an entire complete. That's right. Trucks, wheels, bearings, grip, and hardware.
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The design is done.
The prints are approved.
Now we're just waiting for your to help us pull the trigger.
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