Announcing the release of Rick Howard and Rebel models!
Both these boards are now available for pre-order, don't snooze as they could go fast!
We’ve still got just a handful of the Streetstyle 2 decks which featured the longest nose available on the market when the first Streetstyle in the series was released in 1985. There’s also a SKATE SHOP EXCLUSIVE yellow 7-ply version, check the dealer page to see where you can find one! There's also the new "1988 reissue" Nothing is Cool t-shirts and a limited number of sweatshirts.
Don't miss out on the 30 year anniversary posters that were screen printed in San Diego by Watson Laminates and signed by Ron Cameron and Dave Bergthold. These were made for the attending team riders and those who helped out with the show but we had just enough to release 30 to the Blockhead site and there's just a few left.
Thanks! Dave B.
Over 300 people showed up to the art show that night, at LinkSoul Gallery - and there was a lot to look at, including classic boards, original art and old ads showing how we laid them out before photoshop and illustrator even existed. Check out at THE BOARDS!
The Blockhead Skateboards 30 year reunion party and art show was a blast! We had a secret skate session with the Blockhead team riders and then rolled over to the art show at the Linksoul Lab and Gallery where over 300 people showed up through the night. We got to catch up with a lot of people who had been involved with Blockhead over the years - friends, family, photographers, riders, artists, employees...the list goes on, whatever, it was FUN. Like skateboarding.