Evil Toys Old School Skate Deck by Ryan Glass

$ 64.99

7-Ply 100% Canadian Maple Skateboard Deck. Graphic designed by Ryan Glass @glass.ink on IG

So, this has a story… and odd story, but all of it took place… I think? The story goes that a camera man was hired by a group of want to be paranormal investigators. They would travel the globe in search of the “luminous moose.” I’m not exactly sure where the legend comes from, or why they were seeking a moose that I’ve not heard of.

One day while in Jacksonville Florida the camera man spotted something odd in a pile of junk next to an old RV camper. He went over to see what it was and found this board covered in what could only be the filling from an old Twinkie. Not only did this pile contain the strange board, but next to it was a portrait of Woody Harrelson, and an animatronic deer head. The camera man decided to bring the strange board home with him and it remained in his care for 25 years. 

Upon his death, a friend found the video blog of his venture of the luminous moose.  After reviewing the footage,  he decided to continue to film its strange behavior.  It was documented that at night the sound of a chainsaw could be heard coming from the board.  After some time, he was so terrified of this object that he threw it out and it somehow has been finding its way into other peoples homes from that point on.

  • Shape: Old School Shape
  • Size: 10.25 x 30 Inches
  • Concave: medium
  • Edition of 10. After the 10th sale, this deck gets retired!
  • Print on demand, please order skate decks separately from any toys!

Completes include Jessup griptape, silver trucks, blank white wheels, Independent bearings and standard hardware.

Wall hangers include two hangers for vertical or horizontal hanging, with screws and anchors.

NOTE: all of our skate decks and boards are manufactured on demand and ship separately from all other items. Please order skate decks in separate orders from any toys.


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