Madrid Perfectly Recreated Marty McFly’s ‘Back To The Future’ Skateboard

Oct 23, 2019

Category: Gear

In spite of the fact that the original film of the trilogy came out way back in 1985, Back to the Future is still one of the most iconic and legendary film franchises ever. Each piece seems to have a life of its own, from the unmistakeable DeLorean DMC-12 to Marty McFly’s Valterra skateboard. And if you’re fond of the latter, we’ve got some good news: the folks at Madrid have just recreated it to the letter.

Available as either just a deck or a complete, ready-to-ride board, this is actually the third and most faithful iteration of the on-screen skateboard. In fact, Madrid even took into account customer input to make sure they had every single detail correct. Whether you’re a big-time movie buff or a die-hard fan of retro skateboarding, this cinematic offering is a must-have. But only 175 are ever to be made, so you’d better act quickly if you hope to get your hands on one. They’re available for preorder now for $300.

Purchase: $300

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