Available Tuesday 2/16 at 5PM Pacific. Limited to 1 per customer!
Well since the 2020 batch sold out in about 7 minutes we decided to do an "encore" batch...it's usually a couple years until we make another batch of anything so here's your chance to grab one if you missed out last time.
A wild man on and off the board, Mark Partain tore up the pools, ramps and streets with style on his Blockhead models in the late 80’s. Released in 1988, the iconic “Indian World” graphic was a big mover for Blockhead, Ron Cameron took cues from Mark’s Native American ancestry and really nailed it on this one.
Mark grew up surfing and skating in Ventura California and was even one of those legendary kids that nailed rollerskates to a plank of wood, his first board when he was only 5 years old and he’s still ripping today with over 50 years on board.
On the green board we decided to hook it up with the multi-step stain/ paint process we used to do back in the day giving the board day-glo yellow rails and a vibrant multi-tonal green/ yellow top and bottom. This is of course a more expensive process thus the price bump.
Oh, the Lime Fire decks have an orange top and the Teal decks have a Magenta top.
- Limited run of 82
- Art by Ron Cameron
- Hand numbered with paint pen
- Bottom: 5 color screen printed graphics
- Top: 1 color screen print and laser burn
- Dimensions: 10 x 30.75”, 6.75” T, 15.125 WB, 4” N
- Old school hole pattern
- Construction: 7-ply maple
- Manufactured by Watson Laminates, San Diego CA
- Original release date 1988, Reissue date 2021
These are in stock and will ship right away. FYI with unsafe travel right now, Mark was unable to come down to sign them, they however were hand numbered and tagged with the OG Blockhead dude by myself. Also, it was originally advertised that only the first batches would be signed anyhow and we have not charged a premium in the past for signed boards like some other companies. Thanks for your understanding and support! Dave B.
FYI: The silver boards have the 2020 "batch 2" laser burn on the top. Don't ask why, it's not important :-)