Recycled Skateboard Bottle Openers by Scene3

Mar 29, 2014

Category: Gear

When Whitney Houston sang “Where do Broken Hearts Go,” we answered with a collective shoulder shrug. Actually, a shoulder shrug and a little wrist twist of the radio dial. But when the question asked is “Where do broken skateboards go?” well, damn, we’re up all night, pacing the floors, bottling jars of our nervous sweat. Now, finally, we have an answer.

Virginia skate shop Scene3 has come up with a fresh and creative use for old skateboard decks: turning them into bottle openers. It’s all about recycling here, as broken boards are piled on top of each other, cut, glued, and pressed. The addition of an industrial-strength screw seals the deal for cracking open your favorite beverage of choice, and each piece is hand-crafted and unique from all the others. [Purchase]

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