VISION Lee Ralph Modern Concave Reissue Deck 10.25″ X 30.5″

$119.95

Vision Skateboards

VISION Lee Ralph Modern Concave Reissue Deck 10.25″ X 30.5″

$119.95

The Vision Lee Ralph Modern Concave Reissue Deck is the collector’s deck you WANT and NEED!

The creepy crazy design is just begging to be thrown on your wall or thrown around the skatepark.

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The one and only iconic Vision Lee Ralph Reissue deck has made its way back from the 80’s. Classic Vision Re-Issue with a Modern concave! The updated concave really locks you in and the classic shape and graphics will get you some extra style points.

It’s 15.5″ wheelbase will give you the stability you need for ripping through pools, and at 10.25″ wide, this board has plenty of room for your feet to stay comfortable, and locked in with that modern concave!

Starting in 1976, Vision was the heart of skateboarding in the 80s. Relive the good times on this classic deck!

VISION LEE RALPH MODERN CONCAVE:

  • 10.25″ X 30.5″
  • Classic reissue
  • 15.5″ wheelbase
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Vision Skateboards

Vision Hosoi Schmitt Stix Tracker Skateboards Canada Pickup VancouverStarted in 1976 by Brad Dorfman, Vision initially began as a skateboard brand, sponsoring the likes of Mark Gonzales, Mark 'Gator' Rogowski and Tom Groholski.
In the early 80's Vision sports released their first pro model skateboard for skater Mark 'Gator' Rogowski. This was followed by a release of a pro model deck for skater Mark Gonzales, both designed by Los Angeles-based artist Andy Takakjian. Gonzales went on to release a few more pro models with Vision before departing to form Blind Skateboards, (a play-on words with Vision) with World Industries.
Vision was also one of the first skate brands to connect with the subculture of music, releasing skate decks from the Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Beastie Boys and Agent Orange.
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Weight 5 kg
Dimensions 42 × 11 × 3 cm
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