Jeremy Wray Rain Girl, Signed & #'d Reissue - SOLD OUT

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For the first time we’re going to set the Blockhead time machine back to 1993 when it was all about little wheels and big pants and boards made the quick evolutionary jump from directional 10 inchers with “money bumps” to double kick popsicles almost overnight.   

During that time there was a whole new wave of young street shralpers and one of the heavies was a southern California kid named Jeremy Wray.  The legend of Jeremy’s super pop and bionic frontside 360’s quickly spread throughout the world with his parts in Recycled Rubbish and Debbie Does Blockhead.  

So we are proud to announce the return of the Rain Girl AKA “When it Rains it Sucks” model inked by Jeremy himself with inspiration from the 100+ year old classic salt co. logo...even with some new color combos by Jeremy!   


  • Original Navy - Blue with gold dress, blue umbrella (1993 colors). 
  • Autumn Rain - Brown with mustard dress, purple umbrella (colors may vary) 
  • Black Rain - Black with assorted dress colors (possibly red, blue, green, orange, pink but no guarantee we'll make all these).  Photos are mock-ups, actual colors may vary.


  • Number produced: 150
  • Deck colors: Assorted stain tops, bottoms full board screened with navy blue + other colors to be announced 
  • Bottom: Screen printed graphics
  • Top: Laser burn 30 year logo, Screen printed Blockhead logo, signed by Jeremy
  • Art: Jeremy Wray
  • Six hole drilling for both "old School" and "new school" truck pattern (as 93 original)
  • Dimensions: 8.375 x 31.5”, 13.75 wheelbase, 6.5 tail, 7.25” nose (measured from "new school" holes
  • Construction: 7-ply maple
  • Manufactured and screened by Watson Laminates, San Diego CA
  • Original release date 1993, Reissue date 2017
  • Shipped in heavy duty 4 mil. archival bags
  • Includes Jeremy Wray sticker

Limit one per color per customer

Photos are mock-ups, actual colors may vary 

Production numbers may vary 

Note: The original 1993 boards had a visible rectangle shape bordering the graphics with the blue inside the box being slightly brighter/ lighter.  This was due to limitations of the screen shop we were using at the time and was not the original intent for the graphic.  The reissues will be a solid color background (like they should have been in 1993!) .