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Unleash the psychedelic spirit of the '60s with Strangelove Skateboards' "The Grateful Mummy Skate Deck - 8.25"! Designed by the renowned Sean Cliver, this deck features a tie-dye mummy motif that epitomizes the era's iconic fashion and rebellious spirit. Crafted at PS Stix with precision, its unique artwork and top-notch specs make it a standout choice for both collectors and skaters alike.

  • Artwork by Sean Cliver
  • Manufactured at PS Stix (Heat Transfer)
  • Dimensions: 8.25 x 32.0
  • Specs: Nose: 7.0 / Tail: 6.5 / WB: 14.25
  • Product Description: When it comes to famous monsters of fashion there's nothing more terrifyingly preserved than a tie-dyed in the linen holdout from the hippie hey-days of Haight-Ashburied and the late '60s—or at least right up until the Age of Aquarius hit the fan on the night of August 9, 1969, in the vicinity of 10050 Cielo Drive down in LA. 'Ol Charlie really put a damper on that flower power pot. —Cliver

8.25" The Grateful Mummy Deck

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Unleash the psychedelic spirit of the '60s with Strangelove Skateboards' "The Grateful Mummy Skate Deck - 8.25"! Designed by the renowned Sean Cliver, this deck features a tie-dye mummy motif that epitomizes the era's iconic fashion and rebellious spirit. Crafted at PS Stix with precision, its unique artwork and top-notch specs make it a standout choice for both collectors and skaters alike.

  • Artwork by Sean Cliver
  • Manufactured at PS Stix (Heat Transfer)
  • Dimensions: 8.25 x 32.0
  • Specs: Nose: 7.0 / Tail: 6.5 / WB: 14.25
  • Product Description: When it comes to famous monsters of fashion there's nothing more terrifyingly preserved than a tie-dyed in the linen holdout from the hippie hey-days of Haight-Ashburied and the late '60s—or at least right up until the Age of Aquarius hit the fan on the night of August 9, 1969, in the vicinity of 10050 Cielo Drive down in LA. 'Ol Charlie really put a damper on that flower power pot. —Cliver