Since all the Good and Evil Sam’s we released a couple months ago sold out in just a couple days we decided to back ‘em up with a small batch of Good and Evil reissue “riders” in the same 1988 Blockhead concave. The difference being these are on the slightly longer OG “Snake Eye” Sam shape (Old fart sized), are not signed or numbered and feature a modern hole pattern to fit any current truck so you can set up a fun old school sled...oh almost forgot, these feature front wheel wells to ward off the dreaded wheel bite.
The Good Sam was a parody of an RV camping club logo, it was really common at the time to see stickers plastered on motorhomes and trailers all over America. Originally released in 1988 It features the iconic “Evil Eye” Sam character from previous graphics.
In the style of some classic 70‘s boards, the originals (and these) feature a screen print of Sam’s signature as a part of the graphic (which was actually Ron Cameron forging Sam’s name!)
- Number produced: 25
- Deck Colors: Transparent White dip, Fluorescent yellow dip, Teal blue stain laminate, Natural
- Bottom: Screen printed graphics
- Top: Screen printed graphic, laser burn logo
Dimensions: 10 x 31.375”, 15” wheelbase, 7” tail, 5.325” nose
- Construction: 7-ply maple
- Concave: Original 1988 Blockhead spoon-nose concave with rocker
- Hole Pattern: New School
- Manufactured by Watson Laminates, San Diego CA