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Alva Old School Deck
Width: 8 inches.
Length: 29.5 inches.
Wheelbase: 15.75 inches.
Tail: 5.5 inches.
Nose: 3.5 inches.
Regular Black Grip Tape
One set of larger white wheels. Made by the industries premier supplier of skateboard wheels. 98a in hardness makes these a great wheel for street skating or skateparks and ramps.
One Pair of Tracker 139 Trucks. These trucks are light weight, turn great and grind super. Long lasting trucks.
Abec 7 bearings. Got the need for speed? These deliver. These bearings are awesome.
1.25” Hardware and Hard Risers.
About the 1977:
This is the exact shape of the original Alva 1977 Maple deck. Produced for use in the movie "Lords of Dogtown" Alva kept the wood presses crankin' and continues to roll these beauties out for all of us to enjoy. These boards come with cool black grip tape. Decks are drilled using the new school (smaller) four hole pattern. No concave.
About Alva Skateboards:
Alva is one of the three original Dogtown skate companies. Over the last 40 years, Alva Skateboards has sponsored some of the most influential skateboarders of our time. No other company in the history of skateboarding has supported, nurtured and sponsored a group of innovative skaters like the list of team riders for Alva. Alva Skateboards is the heart of skateboarding yesterday and today. In the 1980s, Tony formed the infamous "Alva Posse" and sponsors innovative skaters including: Christian Hosoi, Ray Barbee, Mark Gonzalez, Dave Duncan, Eddie Reategui, Chris Cook, John Thomas, Jeff Hartsel, Craig Johnson, John Gibson, Bill Danforth, Fred Smith III, and Jim Murphy. Current Team Alva are Jacob Evans, Marque James, Adam Romero, Daniel Bull, TA, Julian Ransom, Vincent Leuvanos, Chewy Chevs, and Alex Legolvan.
About Tony Alva:
Tony Alva was born in 1957, in Santa Monica California. In 1968, Alva got his first surfboard and skateboard and developed a passion for surfing, skateboarding and rock-n-roll. In 1972, he joined the legendary Z-Boys skateboard team along with Jay Adams and Stacy Peralta. Alva later went on to win the Men’s World Overall Professional Skateboard Championship in 1977.
In 1999, Tony Alva was presented the X Games Life Time Achievement Award from Tony Hawk, and in 2000, he received the Legend Award from Transworld Skateboard Magazine.?? Recently he was featured in the Sundance and Independent Spirit award-winning documentary “Dogtown and Z-Boys” (2002). Tony Alva was an authenticity consultant and stunt coordinator on the upcoming Sony feature film, "Lords Of Dogtown" (2005), based on his life with the Z-Boys. The first skateboarder to successfully market himself as a brand name, Tony Alva continues to own and operate the innovative Alva Skateboard Company in Oceanside, California. Considered the originator of vertical skateboarding, Alva continues to develop new technology to advance the sport he loves. Staying true to his roots, Tony Alva surfs and skates pools almost everyday.
"Today, Tony still sneaks into unsuspecting people’s backyards to taste the illicit thrill of riding an empty pool." Stacy Peralta
Alva has been featured on several book covers including: Declaration of Independents, Dogtown - The Legend of the Z-Boys, Fuck You Heroes, and The Freshjive Maddog Chronicles. He has also been profiled in several international publications including: Skateboarder, Transworld, People, Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone, Spin, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Visionaire, Arena, I-D etc.