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November 18, 2011

Earthwing's 2012 SuperModels Have Landed! [This Just In]

We have just received the first shipment of the 2012 Earthwing SuperModels! (Notice I did not say "our first shipment"... I'm talkin' about the first shipment. Woo!) 


For the year 2012, Earthwing has created four versions of the SuperModel to grab your attention, get your toes a-twitchin', and make your wallets wiggle in your pockets. (Good thing they're all coming in at under $100 per deck!) As you see above, there are three drop through models: two 40" in 8 & 9 plies of top notch maple, and one at 38" in 8 plies of the good wood. But, wait, what about the one without the cutout? Is that — No, it couldn't be... Yes! It is! It is a drop platform SuperModel measuring in a 40" by 10" and 9 plies thick.


Here we see the shoulder of the drop platform SuperModel. Notice the foot notch on the left and the routered channels to the bottom right. The foot notch will help keep your feet from moving down the rail during a slide and the routered channel serves as a convenient early grab support brace for all you launch ramp fanatics out there. All four version of the SuperModel feature these same details along with the rad-nasty intestinal Earthwing graphic. 


"The drop!" you say. "Show me the drop!" Ok, fine. Here you go! As you'll see it's there, but it's not enough to stop you from flipping those 360 shove-its with ease. The placement of the drop and the low angle involved give the ends a feeling of rocker without actually having it present. (This helps keep your knees in alignment... You know, for when you get old and stuff. Unless you already are... Then it's just good in general!)


And here we have the concave shot. As is mentioned at the Earthwing site, "There is a deep elliptical concave that is deeper near the trucks". This concave gives a really locked in feeling, and because it's gradual (and doesn't change dramatically at any point) it will be a great choice for riders of all shoe sizes.


And last, but certainly not least, the nose has been extended for the drop through versions of the 2012 SuperModel. This may not matter much to some of you reading this, but for those of us who enjoy trying to manual our entire parking lot, this is kind of a big deal. Not only does this change mean easier to manage manuals, but the wheelbase has become slightly shorter, too, giving the board a more responsive feel than the older models.

Alright, that's it for the photos! If you've got some questions about setups (As far as we know, the 2012 SuperModels still accept the same configurations as previous models) or other specs not mentioned here, click over to our Facebook page! We're always on there clicking around, answering questions and discussing gear. 

Happy Skating!
- The MuirSkate.com Crew

November 15, 2011

Holiday Card Contest! Time to get crafty... [Updated]

The 2011 holiday season is upon us. This can only mean one thing! Ok, fine, so it really can mean a number of things... But, c'mon, I'm only typing this for one of those reasons... It's time for a (longboarding themed) Holiday Card Contest!


We are looking for your best homemade holiday card for whichever wintry event you choose to honor. We want to see your best work in the form of Christmas Cards, Chanukah Cards, Kwanzaa Cards, Ramadan Cards, Thanksgiving Hand Turkeys, Winter Solstice Moons, New Years Hats, Boxing Day Tests, and Wintersday Drops! Send whatever you want to create however you would like to create it. Sure, it's called a "card" contest, but we'll accept pretty much any other crafty items (snowflakes, etc) as acceptable submissions as well.

The MuirSkate.com crew will select one Grand Prize Winner and one Runner-Up from all the submissions. The winners will be announced once we're finished shipping orders on December 19th.  
  • Runner-Up will receive a MuirSkate × Landyachtz "Twelve Two Five" Longboard Deck
  • Grand Prize will receive a $500 MuirSkate Credit to use however he or she pleases.
The only requirements for the contest are (1) make it longboarding themed and (2) use the MuirSkate.com "Wings" logo somewhere on your card. (This way we know you're making for us and not just buying it from Hallmark.)

We will be posting submissions to our Facebook page as they come in once they're all in so you'll know that we've received yours. (Although it won't be a community vote this time.) Feel free to "like" and share whichever submissions you choose, but the winners will ultimately be decided by the MuirSkate crew.

This contest is open to residents of the US, Canada, Australia and Puerto Rico.

Mail your entries in to the MuirSkate.com Headquarters in sunny San Diego:

MuirSkate.com Holiday Card Contest
7847 Dunbrook Rd, Suite B
San Diego, CA 92126 

Card submissions are due to our headquarters no later than 5pm on Saturday December 17th, 2011.
No submissions will be accepted via email or through our Facebook page... Mail them in or deliver them by hand! (We want to hang them above our fireplace.)

November Yard Sale: This Weekend!

We'll be holding a Yard Sale at our San Diego Headquarters this weekend (November 19th & 20th). This gives you two opportunities to collect the change from your couch cushions and/or pull the money out of your savings account and set sail for San Diego!

The sale is this weekend (November 19th & 20th) and will last from 12-5pm each day.

The flyer/photo says it all, but if you've got a question that's not answered within those 1033×1447 pixels, send it our way on Facebook! (Sure, you could send an email, too, but we always seem to be on Facebook... Don't tell Scott!)

MuirSkate.com Headquarters:
7847 Dunbrook Rd., Ste B
San Diego, CA 92126

August 26, 2011

"Wheels Up" Longboarding Photo Contest Guidelines



Show us your early grabs, your G-Turns, your artsy board-in-a-tree shots, your sick-nasty launch ramp steeze, your shralptastic big spin, your signature Tail Whip, or whatever else you come up with. As long as the photo contains at least two wheels in the air, you're good. Ok, now let's get onto the guidelines!

R U L E S

Post your photos of longboards with at least two wheels in the air! That's it. That's the rulez. (Please Note: Boards in the background do not count toward the two wheel minimum, but we've got a lot of "Art Kids" around here who may be able to vouch for you if your photo is rad and is "supposed to be like that". That being said, just try to keep the wheels-in-the-air as the subject of the shot.)

We want to see you bringing the steeze and cheese in a safe manner. We are selecting the photos that we like, and we happen to like helmets. Helmets protect our brains from impact, explosions, and pterodactyls.
 Please, wear a helmet. We have many friends who have been seriously injured in longboarding accidents and if it weren't for their helmets they wouldn't be around today. (If you're submitting a non-action shot such as a scenery, holding the board in the air, etc. a helmet is less necessary. We'll be the judge of when it's appropriate or not, so you might as well just wear one all the time.)

We're not looking for photos that you found on the internet, we want you to get out and take them! Only post photos that you have the rights to. If you didn't take the picture, you must (a) be the rider in the photo or (b) have permission from the photographer. 

This contest is open to residents of the US, Puerto Rico, Canada, and Australia.


S U B M I S S I O N
Submit your photos to the wall at Facebook.com/MuirSkate and if we're impressed, you've got yourself a shot at the prize(s). Can't decide between your favorites? Feel free to submit as many photos as you want. It'll help spread the stoke and give you more chances to get picked! Be sure to have your photos up by September 24th at 9pm PST
so we don't overlook them when we're making the final cut.

W I N N I N G
Two winners will be selected: One will be selected by the MuirSkate crew. Another will be selected by voting from the MuirSkate Facebook community through the "Like"-based voting system we've all come to know and love.

"Muir's Choice" Winner will receive a complete Earthwing SuperGlider Longboard Skateboard.

"The Fans' Choice" Winner will receive a Loaded Fat Tail Longboard Skateboard Deck.

V O T I N G
The Muir crew will pick a handful of photos (Somewhere around 10-15) that impress us the most and voting will be tallied through a dedicated Facebook Album on the MuirSkate.com Fan Page. Muir's Choice will also be determined at this time, and will not be added to the voting album.

D E A D L I N E S
Photos will be selected by the Muir crew on September 24th at 9pm PST and the voting album will be up shortly after that. Voting will continue until 9pm PST on September 30th and the winners will be announced after we've finished skating at the "Heavy Metal Hard Core" event on October 1st.

R E M E M B E R
By posting your photo to our Fan Page, you're basically waving your arms up and down and saying "Yes. I would like to be entered into the contest and I have read all the guidelines."

We're stoked to see all the rad submissions! If you've got questions/concerns, post them below or at our Facebook page! Happy snapping.
 - The MuirSkate.com Crew

August 5, 2011

More New Stuff: Rotule Longboards now on our shelves!

Yet another big day in the world of MuirSkate.com inventory: Rotule Longboards are now gracing us with their presence!
It's been more than a few months since we were introduced to the guys over at Rotule Longboards and we are still impressed by the quality of their boards. As soon as we got to know them and began chatting it up about their deck construction, we realized just how serious these guys are about their craft. Sure driving many thousands of miles in a car that doesn't seem like it could get up the coast and back certainly serves as evidence enough of an extreme dedication, but the quality of each board speaks for itself. Not only do their most recent creations feature such lovely details as an exposed fiber weave, a cherry wood veneer, and double carbon fiber layering, but each board is beautifully designed to be chock full of concave and aggressive wood bending to give you the exact right mold to lock you in to your standups and predrifts.

It didn't take very long before we were taking our own Speed Karrot out for a test run down a local favorite. Right away we could appreciate the maneuverability given by the massive concave and the stability given by the drop platform. We had it set up with 195mm Paris Trucks and some Yellow Orangatang 4Presidents and we took this board down through the ringer many times over. Multiple sessions on "Big Booty" and repeatedly slamming the board into curbs did very little damage to the board over all. Like I said, we were impressed and we still are. Anyway, on to the photos!

If you don't set up your board to be fully symmetrical, a nicely centered logo won't
really help remind you that you're riding it backwards. But it still looks alright to me!
By the looks of this drop, you'd think this board was hot...
Just a small glimpse into the 3D concave on the Rotule Desert Eagle.
In order to appreciate it fully, you may want to put this on your holiday wish list... Now.
A lovely fiber weave rises from the desert skyline as if to say,
"Hey. Hi. Hello there. Ride me."
The Rotule Speed Karrot also feature the lovely exposed fiber weave graphic,
this time in the form of Bugs Bunny's favorite snack:
A missile wearing a crown shooting leafy flames from its tail.
A little closer... If this board wasn't so ridiculously fun to ride down hill,
I would certainly be hanging it on my wall to impress my friends with my amazing style sense.

Check out both boards and recommended components here:
Rotule Speed Karrot Longboard Skateboard
Rotule Desert Eagle Longboard Skateboard

If you've already got some experience with a Rotule deck and would like to chime in and let us know what you think, do so at Muir Skate's Facebook Page
If you've got a question about either, head that way, too!

August 4, 2011

New Stuff: Fullbag Skateboards are now available at MuirSkate.com [Products]

Already well-known for their dominating slalom presence,
Fullbag Skateboards is more than ready to dominate the downhill and freeride scene.
We're more than stoked to announce the presence of Fullbag longboard skateboard decks on our shelves and on our online store! If you aren't familiar with their shapes or style — fear not! That's what we're here for. (We weren't too familiar with them until somewhat recently, either.) Of their wide array of deck designs, we've selected several that we feel offer a good range of the disciplines that we enjoy the most: Downhill Freeride, High Speed Downhill and Aggressive Carving.

All the Fullbag longboard decks in our online store feature what we consider to be "the good stuff" for the previously mentioned disciplines: gratuitous concave, sharp rails, aggressive wheel wells, universal dropthroughs and sturdy construction. Enough text. How about some photographic evidence?

Obligatory concave shot. (Gratuitous concave is featured on all Fullbag decks!)
This shot is representative of the TM-39 but can also be referenced for the FĂ´boo, TM-37 & "le 62".

The Royal Flush features a similar level of aggression in its concave,
but gets nearly maniacal at the ends of the standing platform.

Universal flush mount system ensures your favorite trucks won't miss out on the fun. 

Universal drop-throughs also ensure your favorite trucks won't miss out on the fun.
(Unless your trucks are drilled new-school... Sorry Indy fans!)

Quality manufacturing combined with knowledgeable design gives fantastic results.
I feel like it goes without saying, but I'll say it anyway: These decks look sick and perform exactly so! Scott won't stop talking about the TM-37 & TM-39 and Seth can't seem to get his hands away from the Royal Flush. Odds are we'll have some video evidence of their performance in the near future, so stay tuned. Check out all the Fluubag Longboard Skateboard Decks at the Fullbag brand page at MuirSkate.com

If you've got questions or comments about a Fullbag longboard deck in particular, let us know!
Throw it up in the comments section down below or jump over to our Facebook page.

August 2, 2011

MuirSkate's Main Event(s) - An Update!



A few weeks have gone by since we've selected the winners for our Main Event contest and we've got (nearly) everything settled. At our last meeting, we mentioned that we'd be throwing some support to the Boomtown Freeride Event Part 2: Moon Mountain. That is not quite the case since that event was very quick to follow our decision, so we switched it up a bit: We're going to be making an appearance at Part 3 of the BoomTown Freeride Series on August 20th!

Click the link for the Facebook Event Page and be sure to hit "Attend" to be notified of all the happenings.

The 2011 "Main Event" will be:
Looks like Seth and Duke (and Scott and Jimmy) will be flying up to Eugene, Oregon to attend the: 




Our two runner-up events are going to receive a large bunch of goodies for their event, too!

"The Quick and The Shred" (Hi, Zakary Mayall!)


Seeing how close this event is to our National Headquarters, it would seem as though we have no excuse but to make an appearance. If only we could say the same about the following event.

"Island Cruise 2011" (Hi, Jeremy & Marquette Informal Longboarding Foundation!)



May your steeze be hotter than your summer.

Sinceriously,
The Crew at MuirSkate.com

July 19, 2011

Attn. Locals and Neighbors: THREE Yard Sales on the Horizon!



We're at it again, and this time we're going to make it a three-peat. We'll be holding a Yard Sale at our house of wares during the next three months (July, Aug, Sept) on the fourth Saturday (and following Sunday). This gives you three opportunities to collect the change from your couch cushions and/or pull the money out of your savings account and set sail for San Diego!

Here are the dates:
July 23 & 24
August 27 & 28
September 24 & 25

The flyer/photo says it all, but if you've got a question that's not answered within those 1033×1447 pixels , send it our way on Facebook! (Sure, you could send an email, too, but we always seem to be on Facebook... Don't tell Scott!)

Warehouse location:
7847 Dunbrook Rd Ste B
Sna Diego, CA 92126

July 12, 2011

Our Next Contest: The Shirt Stencil Contest! [Facebook Contests]


Do you like to make stencils and/or cut designs into your grip tape? Do your classmates and/or friends get lightheaded when they hang out with you because you reek of spraypaint? Do you always seem to have a multi-colored index finger? Does your Residence Hall Advisor yell at you because the entire building ends up smelling like spray paint even when you spray your designs outside but then the wind blows the smell back in and you swear that you weren't spray painting your boards inside the building but then she says "I'm not an idiot, Seth. I saw you in the common area with a cloud of paint dust around you!" Are you the next Thierry Guetta? Or possibly even the next Banksy?

If you answered "Yes!", "Maybe...", "No", "What?" or "Who?" to any of these questions, then this contest is most certainly for you!

We're looking for the raddest MuirSkate and/or longboarding related stencil that we can spray on a box of shirts. Our favorite stencil designs (somewhere between 8-12) will be posted to an album on our Facebook page for the MuirSkate.com community to decide which stencil is the best. The winning stencil will earn its creator a complete Sector 9 Downhill Division Natasha  Longboard.

Grab your X-Acto knives, an adult (if you're a youngin'), some quality stencil cutting materials, a large envelope and send your stencils our way! Here are the technical guidelines:

Technical Guidelines!
(1) If you're a youngin', please have an Adult or Guardian help you cut your stencil.
(2) Choose your stencil material wisely! (Although cardstock is easy to cut, it won't last very long!)
(Good Examples: http://www.stencilease.com/db/index.asp?catagory=blank%20stencil%20material&all=1)
(3) Send your stencil our way in a well-supported envelope/package. It's not our fault if your stencil is ripped, creased, or rendered unusable in transit.
(4) Send your stencil READY-TO-SPRAY. We're not going to cut out your design for you!
(5) The size is up to you, but it'd be cool if the design is roughly 8"x 8" with some extra space around the edge to hold it.
(6) Feel free to ask questions at our Facebook page!


Send your beautifully cut (and well packaged) stencil(s) (Yes, as many as you care to make!) to our warehouse by August 20th, 2011:
Muir Skate Longboard Shop
7847 Dunbrook Road Suite B
San Diego, CA 92126

Apologies to our international friends, but this contest is available to US residents only. 

June 28, 2011

Sticker Design Contest Winner Announcement


It's been a wild and fun several days since the Sticker Design Contest has come to an end. We've been busy building and shipping custom completes, filming for the Double Dervish video, and holding numerous board meetings for a little bit of R&D. Considering all of that, we'd like to think that we're just "fashionably late" with the results... Anywho, here we go!

We're all aware of the insane number of votes tied to our "Most Likes" winner. (Currently it's above 800, but as of the end of the contest it was at slightly over 700 in Likes)

Kudos to you Mr. Ricardo Colmenares Arias!
(We'll be in contact with you shortly... Seriously, though, this time around. We'll make it quick.)


Selecting the winning sticker for "Muir's Choice" seems to have been the most difficult thing we've done lately. (And that's saying something since we've all been working on our Switch Toeside Standeez for the last two weeks...) No more waiting, here it is:

Kudos to you Mr. Michael Carson!
(We'll be in contact with you shortly... Seriously, though, this time around. We'll make it quick.)

Both winning designs will receive an Earthwing SuperModel Complete for their winning efforts.
Congrats to the two of you and a big thanks to everyone who took the time to submit their entries!

There were roughly 150+ entries for our first Sticker Design Contest! If you think you've got another idea, or would like to enhance your submission, hold on to it! We'll hold another one in the future, so you've got another shot.

There were also a large amount of detailed designs that we're bummed we couldn't select as the winners for the Sticker Design Contest. Keep those designs around, too! We may have just the perfect contest coming up for that in the near future.

Happy riding!

Sinceriously,
The MuirSkate.com Crew

June 11, 2011

Main Event Announcement: Pack your bags, Seth & Duke! We're going to...

We received a solid group of entries for the first ever Main Event: Longboarding Event Sponsorship Contest. Due to the awesome amount of stoke we're feeling from these submissions, we're pumped to announce all entries will be receiving some swag for their event! 
(That being said, we still have to pick a "Top 3", and here's where we do that.)


The 2011 "Main Event" will be:
Looks like Seth and Duke (and other guests) will be flying up to Eugene, Oregon to attend the: 


BOOMTOWN Freeride Series - "Part 2: Moon Mountain"
(Hi, Ross Druckrey!)



Our two runner-up events are going to receive a large bunch of goodies for their event, too!


"The Quick and The Shred" (Hi, Zakary Mayall!)



"Island Cruise 2011" (Hi, Jeremy & Marquette Informal Longboarding Foundation!)



And while we're at it, we've got three more events that will be receiving swag to give away and to award to competitors!


ABQ's 2nd Annual "Skate Swap and Sock Drive"
(Hi, Chris Cade!)



"Wanna Ride?"

(Hi, Alex Jones!)



SD Chain Gang presents "Best of the Beach"

 (Hi, Matthew Paris!)


High-fives to all of our entries! Everyone's gettin' hooked up. It takes a lot of work to get a good event going, and you all seem to have what it takes to make it happen! We will be in contact with all of you via email within the next few days to confirm shipment of the goodies. Happy riding!

Sincerely,
The Crew at MuirSkate.com

May 30, 2011

Attention SoCal & Neighbors: Yard Sale & Warehouse Sale Comin' Up!



Come get your hands on some sweet deals!
June 18th & 19th from Noon-5pm we'll be putting up some tables behind our warehouse to move some "less than perfect" inventory that we're not comfortable sending out to our online customers. This means there will be some boards with funny drilling patterns or scratches, wheels with "Speed Dimples", and trucks with shipping dings for you to come and snag. There are a large number of decks that will be put out on the tables and an assorted amount of other shredworthies.
Oh, yes, I should also mention that all products purchased in the warehouse during the sale period (non-yard-sale items) will be 15% Off.

Light refreshments will probably be provided, so grown ups take note: Don't forget your favorite stein or flagon! For the almost grown ups in the crowd, we'll set you up with a Red Bull as long as your chaperone says it's cool! Both days are "While supplies last" so you'll need to get here right at noon to get the first grab at the goods. Thanks for reading! See you at the Yard Sale.

Warehouse address:
7847 Dunbrook Rd, Suite B
San Diego, CA 92126

May 19, 2011

Muir Skate's Pre-Summer Sticker Contest

We’re running low on our sticker stockpile and it’s almost time to order another batch. But since we’re busy building and shipping custom completes, we need some help with a design! We’re turning to you, the community, for your help. Design our next sticker(s) and win some rad gear! Two designs will be selected and each winning artist will receive an Earthwing SuperModel Complete.

General Rules
Stickers designs must include the words “Muir Skate” and use a maximum of three (3) colors (black/white/red, white/green/blue, etc). Feel free to submit as many different entries as you like!
Post your sticker to the wall at Facebook.com/MuirSkate and mention “Muir Skate Sticker Contest 2011” and start collecting your “Likes”. Two winning stickers will be printed and distributed: Most Likes (The sticker with the most likes from MuirSkate.com Followers) and Muir’s Choice (the one we, the Muir Skate crew, like the most).
The contest will run from May 20th to June 15th, with voting ending on June 15th at 11:59PM PST. The winners will be announced shortly thereafter.

Technical Guidelines
Once voting is finalized, we will get in contact with you, the winning artist(s), for the HIGH RESOLUTION file(s). To make this part of the process go smoothly:
- Save your sticker as a pdf, png, gif or jpeg. (Photoshop/Illustrator files are cool, too.)
- The higher the resolution, the better! (300 dpi minimum)
- It can be any shape and up to 8” in any direction.
(If need be, we can help out with some technical details.)

Best of luck to your and your sticker design skills!
Here's the MuirSkate.com Press Kit if you'd like to make use of what we've already got going on.

March 15, 2011

MuirSkate.com presents "The Main Event" - A Nationwide Longboarding Event Sponsorship Contest (Whew! Lotsa words there...)



Applications Due by June 1st!

Fresh spring weather and sunshine have us all in the skating mood and thinking about the many upcoming contests we want to attend. Not only that, but we also have to decide which events we want to sponsor! For that reason, we have devised the “Main Event” Event Sponsorship Contest. Read through this post for all the details!

General Overview:

The MuirSkate.com crew is looking to support three (3) “local” events across the U.S. in the early summer months. All three of these events will receive goodies and prizes to give away at their events, but one event in particular will receive an extra special something. This “Main Event” is where the real fun happens. For this event, two MuirSkaters (Duke and Seth) will be hand delivering the goodies and prizes along with the help of some other special guests. They’ll also be there to help out with the event proceedings and serve as judges, if necessary. (Sure, they could ride, too! But that would be up to the riders and the event committee.)

The Contest:

As it turns out, there are a lot of rad contests going on all across the country! And many of them are coming to us for sponsorship. It’s tough to choose between them, so we’re asking for some assistance from you guys and gals in the longboarding community! We will be taking applications for events and we will post our top 10 favorite events to facebook.com/muirskate for a community vote. The three events with the most people “attending” will receive sponsorship. The MuirSkate.com team will then deliberate and discuss the top 3 events over an extravagant dinner feast in order to decide which event will be the “Main Event”! (No, you won’t have to change the name of your event if you win.)

In-Depth Stuff - Main Event Details:

We’re looking to spread the stoke and maybe even collaborate and assist in the development of an event, but certainly not take it over. While we look over the applications, we want to see what you dudes and dudettes are brainstorming for your event. If there’s something we can do to help out, cool! If not, that’s cool, too. Maybe you guys just want some products to give away... Maybe you really want “celebrity judges” to boost the stoke... Maybe there’s some big logs in the middle of your favorite road that you need Duke to move using only his left hand while Seth rescues cats from the nearby trees and powerlines after crafting those same logs into a 15 foot ladder... Maybe you just need a bit of help developing the course so it maximizes the gnar factor... Whatever it is, we’re going to figure out what we can do to help!
Because we’re booking flights and so on, we have to have a good head-start on the event date to ensure that we can get our crew to the event. The “Main Event” (and the second and third place events) can take place ANY DATE ON OR AFTER the weekend of June 18th up until September 31st.

Steps to Follow! The Application Procedure:
To be sure your entry is eligible for the “Main Event” contest, you must complete the following steps:

(1) Download the “Event Sponsorship Application” and gather the crew!
(Available starting March 17th)
(2) Fill out the application
(Must be saved in ‘.doc’ or ‘.rtf’ format)
(3) Take some time to create your event flyer!
(5MB or smaller. gif, jpg, png preferred)
(4) Email both files to: eventsupport@muirskate.com
(5) Cross your fingers, tentacles, and toes and wait for the results!
(We’ll email you to let you know if your event was selected for the Top 10)

January 10, 2011

Attention SoCal & Neighbors: Yard Sale & Warehouse Sale Comin' Up!

Come get your hands on some sweet deals!
January 22 & 23 and February 5 & 6 from Noon-5pm we'll be putting up some tables in front of our warehouse to move some "less than perfect" inventory that we're not comfortable sending out to our online customers. This means there will be some boards with funny drilling patterns or scratches, wheels with "Speed Dimples", and trucks with shipping dings for you to come and snag. There are roughly 50 decks that will be put out on the tables and an assorted amount of other shredworthies.
Oh, yes, I should also mention that all products purchased in the warehouse during the sale period (non-yardsale) will be 15% Off.

Light refreshments will probably be provided, so grown ups take note: Don't forget your favorite stein or flagon! For the almost grown ups in the crowd, we'll set you up with a Red Bull as long as your chaperone says it's cool! We're anticipating moving a lot of inventory, so we will be having the sale for a total of four days split between two non-consecutive weekends. Both sales are "While supplies last" so you'll need to get here right at noon to get the first grab at the goods. Thanks for reading! See you at the Yard Sale.

Warehouse address:
7933 Silverton Avenue Suite 712
San Diego, CA 92126