Plan B Way One Off Deck 8.5"

$84.00

Plan B Way One Off Deck 8.5"


Forget about plan A and go with plan B when skating with the Plan B Way One Off Deck 8.5x 31.125. This is a pro quality skateboard deck constructed from traditional 7-ply maple wood with background stains that could be different than what is pictured. FREE griptape is available with the purchase of the deck.

 

Specifications

  • Width: 8.5”
  • Length: 31.25”
  • Wheelbase: 14.2″
  • Tail: 6.58”
  • Nose: 7.15”

The top ply colour may vary, the wheelbase is taken from the centre of the inner bolts

Danny Way

Danny Way is one of the most influential skaters in the history of the sport, he started skateboarding at age 4 at the Del Mar Skateboard Ranch. At age 11, he won the first contest that he entered and shortly after he received sponsorship from Hosoi Skateboards and Vision Skateboards.

In 1988, he briefly rode as an amateur with the famous Bones Brigade skateboard team, which was sponsored by Powell Peralta. He, along with Bucky Lasek, were featured in a very short segment in the Powell video "Public Domain."

Months after joining Powell, he left to join a company called H-Street. While with H-Street, Way won his first vert contest. His sponsorship with H-Street also lasted briefly.

In 1990 he left H-Street for Blind Skateboards, who he rode for from 1990–1991, but soon left to join the founder of H-Street (Mike Ternasky) to begin a new company called Plan B Skateboards. Ternasky died in a car accident in 1993, leaving team ownership to Way and teammate Colin McKay. The company was temporarily suspended, but was resurrected in 2006 with the backing of Syndrome Distribution, where he and McKay continue to run the company as owners and teammates.Other members of the team are Ryan Sheckler, Paul Rodriguez Jr., PJ Ladd, and many others.

 

Plan B Skateboards

In 1991 Mike Ternasky assembled one of the most dominant teams in the history of the sport and produced what many consider to be the best skate video of all time, Questionable. In 1994, after Mike’s tragic death in car accident the future of the team appeared to be over. Then in 2005, founding team members Danny Way and Colin McKay relaunched the brand with their own version of the super team and a dream to continue the legacy of Plan B.

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