Reimagined Classics: Broken Arm Black Complete Skateboard
This graphic was originally just a t-shirt. It was a graphic that the Braille audience chose by vote. We weren't sure how it would do as it was so different than anything we had done prior to that point. We released the shirts and they flew off the shelves. We started receiving photos of people with a broken arm or broken leg smiling from ear to ear while wearing their shirt. They felt represented.
All of the reimagined classic decks were made by Drew Cantu, a graphic artist that we found during the "Design our next T-Shirt Contest" we did in August of 2016.
I know what you're thinking. You want to thank me for this incredible historical experience. You are very welcome. I know, not all heroes wear capes.
This comes with a fully assembled complete skateboard of the highest quality.
• Broken Arm Black Skateboard Deck (Maple or Bamboo, you choose!)
• High rebound urethane Wheels (4)
• High grade Grip Tape
• ABEC 7 Bearings (8)
• Trucks (2)
Our decks are made of 7 ply hard rock Canadian Maple. Medium concave. 31.5 inches long.
These are truly the best boards we can manufacture.
The brand of wheels, grip, hardware, bearings and trucks will vary depending on stock availability.
*If you prefer to assemble the complete skateboard yourself, please leave an order note to "SHIP UNASSEMBLED".
Length of deck ranges 31-32 inches
Length of deck ranges 31-33 inches
This was the 3rd board I got from Braille. everything is good quality, from the deck to the hardware used. Very recommended
The deck feels great, trucks are good and wheels/bearings feel nice. Smooth ride and the grip holds up. It was put together well and I'm having fun learning to skate!
Our purpose here at Braille Skateboarding is to inspire, motivate and teach the world to skateboard. We believe that anyone can and should skateboard regardless of age, color, body shape or size.
Here at Braille we want everyone to feel like they can progress on their board and learn to skate! That’s the basis that Braille is built off of and we won’t stop until skateboarding is the most popular sport in the