Arbor Skateboards

Dec 5, 2014

Category: Gear

So, we have a conundrum. With a skateboard as beautiful and carefully made as these models from Arbor Skateboards, would we even wanna grind on a railing? Not that we can anyway, but, like, if we could, ya know… it’d be a tough decision to make.

The Venice Beach, California-based company makes all their boards by hand and uses an impressive combination of high-end components and eco-friendly materials such as wood, bamboo, Sucrose Initiative wheels, double shield ABEC 5 bearings, Caliber trucks, and Blood Orange bushings. If that weren’t enough, the selection of designs are really impressive. There’s an array of intricate artwork to be admired here, so, again, the question is: ride ‘em or wall mount ’em? We’ll let you make the call. [Via]

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