Penny Skateboards Fresh Prints

May 22, 2015

Category: Gear

As we get older, we’re noticing nostalgia becoming a much more potent elixir. Whereas previously Full House served primarily as joke fodder, it now somehow stirs up sentimentality. Weird. So if you’d like another dose of the 90s feel-goods, check out the Fresh Prints collection from Penny Skateboards.

With bright colors and geometric patterns in bold designs that were seemingly plucked from the opening credits of Saved by the Bell, the boards feature the company’s signature waffle deck and come with 59mm wheels. Each one is crafted from high quality raw materials with an extreme attention to detail. The Fresh Prints range will be available in both 22″ and 27″ sizes, and in three different designs: Buffy (pink), Slater (glow), and Spike (orange). [Purchase]

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