Foundation Star & Moon Square Black 8.25

Foundation Star & Moon Square Black
8.25 x 31.5
Mellow Concave
*Top Stain Colors Will Vary

Foundation Nick Merlino Lost Souls 8.25

Foundation Nick Merlino Lost Souls Art By Nilo 8.25 x 31.88 Medium Concave

Foundation Duh Cat 8.25

Foundation Duh Cat 8.25 8.25 x 31.875 Art By Tod Swank Medium Concave Assorted Top Color Stain

Foundation Star & Moon White 8.25

Foundation Skateboard Company (FOSKCO) was started in 1989 by pro skateboarder, Tod Swank. The drive was freedom of creativity and individual expression as well as to free the binds of corporate tyranny on the skateboarding culture. Today Foundation Skateboards continues to push the envelope of creativity, the art of skateboard riding and the biomolecular engineering of interstellar space travel. Foundation has created a network of Secret Society members around the world and enlists a supreme Pro and Am team featuring: Corey Duffel, Nick Merlino, Dakota Servold, Ryan Spencer, Aidan Campbell, Cole Wilson and Corey Glick. The Foundation team is setting off 2015 by filming for a new FoSkCo full-length video. Stay tuned for more updates!

Foundation Frank Hirata 30 Year Reissue 8.25

Foundation Frank Hirata 30 Year Reissue 8.25 x 32 Limited Edition 100 pieces
Hand Silk Screened Over Full White Paint
Made in USA at Watson Laminates In celebration of our 30 Year Anniversary we are re-issuing a handful of our favorite decks from the past three decades! In our first batch we have a classic Tod Swank graphic Pro Model from 90's street chomper Frank Hirata. Frank Hirata was a big part of the early years of Foundation and had multiple ground breaking video parts; Starring in 1993's Super Conductor Super Collider along side an all star cast of young soon to be stars of skateboarding, Frank took to the streets of Southern California with an arsenal of flip tricks and precision switch skating. The all star cast kept filming into 1994 and released the legendary masterpiece Tentacles of Destruction with Frank laying down pure VHS gold. In 1995, Frank went into his third Foundation video part in a row with the release of Rollin Thunder. His Rolling Thunder part would showcase his maturing skateboarding along with his musical talent by laying down transcendent guitar tracks for his video part. All the 30 Year Reissue decks will be limited to 100 pieces and only available on