Tags Matching: East Coast

Vintage First Division Wheels Shirt

landspeed75 is selling a vintage First Divison shirt. Back in the 90’s East Coast skaters had a lot of pride. Zoo York was one of the most popular decks to ride. Ricky Oyola and friends decided to start an East Coast Wheel Company like Nicotine Wheels. First Division was born. I use to love their wheels, I actually still have a pair of 62mm Oyola wheels. The wheels were big and hard, perfect for fast street skating.

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Vintage Skateboard FIRST DIVISION T-shirt

laandspeed75 is selling a vintage First Division shirt from the mid 90’s. I use to own this shirt back in the day. I was all about East Coast Urethane. To bad I couldn’t skate like the dudes that repped these wheels. I’m talking about Mike Maldonado, Ricky Oyola, Donny Barley, Matt Reason and other east coast skaters. I actually still have a set of 62 MM wheels on a blank DNA deck.

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Vintage Andy Stone “Jimi Hendrix” Capital Skateboards Deck

itoicreations73 is selling an Awesome mid 90’s deck. Capital Skateboards was one of my favorite east coast brands back in the 90’s. Hailing from D.C. Capital boasted a great team of East Coast skaters Pepe Martinez, Andy Stone, Reese Forbes & Nate Sherwood to name a few. This Jimi Hendrix Deck is in amazing shape.

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New Deal Skateboards Ricky Oyola 2001

If you know anything about east coast skateboarding then you know the name Ricky Oyola. Ricky is synonymous with Philly street skating. He is known for skating super fast in underground parking lots and train stations. He is also one of the few people who still does sick wall rides, pole jams and big fucking ollies. I remember watching him skate at Love Park it was sick. ghostcavalry is selling one of Ricky’s decks from New Deal Skateboards, this came out in the late 90’s I believe. Ricky was also one of the original 90’s heads on Zoo York. Ricky still skates today and also owns his own company called Traffic Skateboards. Check em out, rep the east coast. We got the best Hip-Hop, the best Hardcore and the gnarliest street terrain.

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This is my favorite part in the classic video Eastern Exposure 3.

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Plan B Sean Sheffey 1993 Very Rare The Thing OG

This is probably one of my favorite Sean Sheffey decks that came out in the 90’s. I even featured it two weeks ago on ComicNoize. I guess no one wanted to take thebestofskateboarding up on his offer. I wonder if this is a Sean Cliver or Andy Jenkins graphic.The Thing was always a misunderstood person always so angry but a great friend to have. I guess that kind of describes Sean Sheffey, misunderstood but a great skater and friend to have.

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Zoo York Zoopreme Skateboard Deck Rare Only 100

I almost passed this up because I thought it was just a Supreme deck. But as you can see, two of NYC’S greatest have teamed up. Zoo York and Supreme have been supplying the east cost with style and flavor for almost 20 years. When ever I go to the city I make sure to stop by Supreme and check out the latest fashion. dojoinc78 is asking quite a bit for this deck but I guess if you are a collector you won’t care about the price. There were only 100 made so this is a rare find.

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Harold Hunter Tribute Book Zoo York NYC Rare

I personally have never seen this book on ebay before, but I want one.shoe-chadead is selling a rare book put out by Zoo York as a tribute to the late Harold Hunter. Harold was one of the original heads at Zoo and was known all over the world as ZooYork’s unofficial mascots. This death was premature and the skateboarding world lost a true icon. Hunter was not only a seasoned skater but he was also an aspiring actor having starred in Larry Clarks controversial film Kids along with another fellow NYC skater Justin Pierce who also passed away. Harold had started his own clothing line and also started Rockstar Bearings and Hardware. One of my favorite videos with Harold has to be 411 issue 13 I believe (correct me if I’m wrong) it featured Harold Hunter’s rookie profile set to Mobb Deeps “Cradle to the Grave”. He also has an awesome part in Zoo Yorks mixtape vol 1. If you are a true fan of east coast skating I would suggest you research Harold. This book would be a great way to start. Thanks Harold for representing the east where the sun always rises.

Please check out The Harold Hunter Foundation.

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