Ricky's Braille Pro Model Complete Skateboard
We are so excited to announce the first-ever Braille Pro Model Complete Skateboard featuring none other than Mr. "I like sk8" himself, Ricky Glaser.
Ricky is the embodiment of what we stand for here at Braille and we couldn't be more stoked to have him on the team.
Ricky calls his pro model the "Inverted skateboard" as it has grip tape as the graphic on the bottom of the deck and trucks and wheels printed onto the grip.
The design was inspired by Ricky's love for doing Darkslides, which is a grind where you slide on the board upside down. This deck and grip combo gives an optical illusion that's a little crazy and a lot of fun, making the board look like its right side up when flipping.
This comes with a fully assembled complete skateboard of the highest quality.
• Ricky's Braille Pro Model Skateboard Deck (Maple or Bamboo, you choose!)
• High rebound urethane Wheels (4)
• Ricky's Braille Pro Griptape
• ABEC 7 Bearings (8)
• Trucks (2)
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
The board isn’t bad at all, it rides well, the trucks are smooth and I really dig the wheels. My only real issue is the deck came gripped with standard black grip tape instead of the signature tape. The grip was also full of air bubbles. I wrote and explained the situation and the proper grip tape was sent out but it was still kind of a bummer. Fun to ride though and we’ve used it to introduce several new people to skating.
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