4 MONTHS AGO IN SELECTS
WORDS BY ALEK ROSE
It’s no secret that not every Supreme customer is a skater, but somehow all of the Supreme decks sell out. We’ve extrapolated this information, concluding that a lot of those Supreme skate decks have never seen a pair of trucks and four wheels in their sheltered lives.
We can see why, though. Say you’ve got your hands on a pristine 20th anniversary Box Logo deck, or perhaps you’ve even bagged a Larry Clark Kids board, it’s definitely understandable that you don’t want to see that coveted design torn to shreds at the hands of a sub-par boardslide. The solution? Hang your deck.
Displaying decks is a great way to add a personal twist to your interior. By now you definitely know how to flex in the footwear department and the wardrobe follows on from that, but nailing your interior can seem a little harder. The aim, though, is to create a space in which you feel comfortable, and which acts as an extension to your personality. Collectibles are a great place to start the transformation as they make an instant impact. Missed out on that Yankees deck in 2015? Still looking to rep the icon that is Al Pacino? We’re here to help.