Did you know that pro skater Tony Hawk (who recently handed John Florence $50k for winning the Kustom Airstrike) holds an annual Stand Up for Skateparks charity event? It’s all about raising cash to put skateparks in underprivileged neighbourhoods in the US, which is cool. For this year’s event, held in Beverly Hills, Tony auctioned off a surfboard. And we’re kinda fond of it.
The PUSH model, made by Beau Irvine’s Piety Surfboards, has an 80s skate deck-inspired outline and concave deck, is sprayed with Tony’s signature FullSkull Birdhouse deck graphic, and the keels are handshaped using pieces of the same signature skate deck. All done in Beau’s own garage in Jan Juc. The PUSH is a 5’3″ x 21″ x 2 5/8″ with fiberglass graphic inlay. It’s a sand finish deck, with gloss polish hull. One of a kind!
All photos by Blake Sinclair.