Dogtown Skateboards

Dogtown Eric Dressen Sticker Pup 4″


It’s time to stop being lame and tedious. Don’t be THAT loser with no style or substance! Get some sick stickers, and never will your surfaces be the same again! This sticker will bring value to your life! This Dogtown Eric Dressen sticker is the much needed addition to your life! 

Vibrant colorway has a very 80’s look to it! The 4″ graphic is so classic that it has steeze dripping from its glossy self. 

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Dogtown Eric Dressen Stickers are here to stay! Long Live DogTown!

The Dogtown Cross as created by C.R. Stecyk III first came to public light on the pages of Skateboarder Magazine in 1976. It was soon applied to skateboards in the way of innovative art and paint designs by Wes Humpston and Jim Muir.

In 1981 Mike Muir moved in with brother Jim in his Venice home. Shortly thereafter Mike formed Suicidal Tendencies and Skate Rock history was born. Fast forward 40+ years later and Dogtown is still pushing Dogtown Eric Dressen Stickers



Have you ever wondered the real backstory to some of skateboarding/punk rock’s most iconic graphics? Here’s one for the history books. “Back in ’83 Lance drew this Suicidal Tendencies graphic….” It has withstood the test of time.


Dogtown Skateboards

Dogtown Skateboards Canada for Sale - Pickup VancouverDogtown Skateboards “Our only Crime is Being Original” Dogtown, as a concept, has existed since the early 1970’s. It was the birthplace of progressive skateboarding, Santa Monica/Venice, California. In the celebrated documentary Dogtown and Z-Boys, Santa Monica/Venice was a forgotten slum by the sea.
Out of the wreckage of Abbot Kinney’s dream town gone bad, roamed young surfers searching for outlets after the surf got blown out. They found it through an aggressive approach to skateboarding never seen before. Jim Muir, the founder of Dogtown Skateboards, was one of these kids. For 38 years Dogtown Skateboards has been synonymous with hardcore skateboarding.
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Weight .1 kg
Dimensions 10 × 10 × 2.5 cm