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n 1986, jump ramps were all the rage. They were easy to build, portable and fun to launch off of. Unfortunately, decks were snapping left and right. As such, Powell-Peralta deck returns were crazy high! So, the company sought ways to make decks stronger and more resistant to jump breaks. So what was the solution?
One major solution was the “Gee-Gaw” shape which had bumps to reinforce the break zone area. Why “Gee-Gaw?”It was dubbed by Chris Iverson while working inhouse on the design. The shape was also used for the Ripper graphic. They were originally produced between 1987 and 1988.
Shred a slice of the past with this iconic graphic, in a standout colourway!
Long 4 – 2.5″ old school truck hole
Artwork by: Vernon Courtlandt Johnson