Howler x Maki Longboard – Jolly Roger Edition

Jun 13, 2014

Category: Gear

A Jolly Roger was a flag flown to identify a ship’s crew as pirates that were about to attack. The Howler X Maki Longboard – Jolly Roger Edition flies its own flag of a sorts; the Howler Jolly Roger.

How will Captain Phillips react when he sees the monkey over crossbones as you kick past him on the street? Tremble due to Deja vu for a second, probably, then smile, knowing that a SEAL sniper has his back (and hopefully isn’t aiming at yours). This versatile 35” deck features a 6-ply Hardrock Maple core, Red Oak veneer, specialty hardware and risers, and bio-epoxy matte and grip finishes. It’s all handmade in the USA, and no monkeys were harmed in the making of this longboard.

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