Whats New: Stereo Skateboards Vinyl Cruiser Written by Mike.S on April 25th, 2012

Oh the dog days of summer are but months away and as April showers bring May flowers we hit the city streets with four wheels blazing. New here at US Outdoor is the Stereo Skateboards Vinyl Cruiser! Over the past few years there has been a shift in momentum and trick stick companies have begun exploring new avenues of deck design graphed from the retro fitted function of today’s modern culture.

In their own words – “Stereo’s Vinyl Series Cruisers were inspired by three things: music, skateboarding and fun.” A potent blend if you ask me; made of vinyl to appease the gods of music, these skates act as a conduit of fun as well as a time travel device for the founding fathers of Stereo Skateboards; Jason Lee and Chris Pastras who wanted to “re-trace their steps” so to speak by bringing back what is deep seeded in skateboarding’s origins as well as their own; the “Banana Board.”

The Stereo Vinyl Series Skateboard; packaged with a matching pair of shades, Stereo decals and laced with decades of sidewalk surfing gusto helps bring us back to a time when skateboarding was much more than what is being broadcast on ESPN or the X Games or the Dew Tour. Instead these skates populate the streets upon the feet of California Dreamers everywhere that wish not to land the first 1080 in competition, but to feel the concrete rushing under them. Their throwback banana board inspired design is fully equipped with trucks, wheels and bearings that hit the city streets with a fervent lust for speed and freestyle flavor; setting forth an ideal that was almost long forgotten in the skateboarding world; fun without fame! In this world there are no “sponsor me” videos and there will be no “focusing” your board, just a crew of friends out for a summer cruise that won’t leave you shipwrecked off the coast of Italy. Origin of obscure shipwrecked reference, click here.

Check out the Stereo Vinyl Series Skateboard at USOUTDOOR.COM.

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