A very small run of decks that represent a huge amount of work. If you aren't learning, you're dying! We pressed these decks. We designed the mold they were pressed on. We cut that mold. We designed and built a screen printing press to print heat transfer graphics. We printed those graphics. We designed a method to build the 30lb, $1000 silicon roller needed to apply the graphics. We built that roller and used it to transfer the graphics at 400F. It's been a lot of work, but it's always a learning process, which means we can do it better and faster each time!
This mold has our most aggressive kick transitions, medium concave, and smallest wheelbase out of our 3 skate molds. The first batch was pressed with 1/16 cross ply's and is slightly heavier than we'd like. Next batch is getting pressed with 1/20 and will be similar to what you are used to. The graphics aren't perfect, as it was our first time printing heat transfer graphics! As far as we know, nobody else does this in all of America. All the American manufacturers have outsourced to China or switched to more expensive modern methods