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Raimu Sasaki

Hailing from Mie Prefecture in Japan, Raimu Sasaki is a new addition to the FLIP team. He's turning heads with next level board control, a relaxed style and tricks that defy gravity. A unique talent. Welcome to FLIP Raimu.

Team Boards





As the Flip team continues to evolve with amazing new talent, the time has come to reflect upon the video that started it all, “Sorry”.


Tom Penny - Beatnik Rudy Decks

Flip Skateboards is embarking on a journey to create limited runs of our most treasured and collectible Flip screen printed deck graphics from Flips’ earliest days in the USA in the 1990’s. Planning for these decks has been in the works for years (literally) but we have finally secured a limited supply of Genuine Original Prime Blanks, cut to Flips’ exact old templates in the original flat and mellow mold.

The first of these decks is the ultra rare Tom Penny’s Beatnik “Rudy” deck in Flip’s original template shapes. This is the deck ridden by Tom during his notorious San Diego chain session and was originally made in very low numbers.

Original art film, hand-cut ruby’s, and the original print sheet with accurate Pantone numbers has enabled us to make and screen print these decks as genuine continuation boards; not re-issues.

As with the original print run, there will be two variations; one with light blue flood color background and the other with a wood stain background. A piece of history, available again for a limited time.

Tom Penny "Transworld - Anthology"


Buy 1 "Rudy" deck, get 15% off the "Bubblegum Punk" deck

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Arto Saari - Bubblegum Punk

From the early Sorry days, Arto's Bubblegum Punk graphic became an extremely rare collectors item. We decided to make another very limited new run of these, complete with 15 print passes, eleven Pantone ink colors and seven different shades of blue. A screen printing marathon went into creating these hand made limited decks, using the original artwork film from over twenty years ago.

Hand screened decks are intentionally left with sloppy ink edges because that’s how the originals were done. Scraping with blades cleans up the edges but then the graphics look more similar to heat transfers which they are certainly not. The occasional dragged edge within the graphic art print is normal too. These are 100% screen printed by hand the old way. The Prime blanks were also completely remanufactured for us by hand and as such have some imperfections with drilled holes and some surface irregularities.

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