The Cliché Resin-7 Bon Voyage Skateboard Deck can be configured with grip tape, trucks, wheels, bearings and hardware so it's shipped to you ready to skate!
Lighter and stronger than the standard 7-ply maple skateboard decks, Resin-7 decks use a gnarly epoxy to provides more strength with less glue. Epoxy is more aggressive than the normal water-base glue, which is the skateboarding industry standard. Since epoxy is so strong, less of it is used yielding a considerably lighter, better deck that is stiffer and keeps its pop longer than normal water-based decks.
From our riders' point of view, the most important step is that every single board is pressed individually. Standard manufacturing presses 5 decks at a time, resulting in 5 similar, yet distinct variations. Individual pressing ensures that every deck feels exactly the same.
Available in sizes of 7.8 x 31.5, 8.0 x 32.1 and 8.2x32 inches.
The Bon Voyage artwork coincides with the release of the company's latest full length video, Bon Voyage, filmed and edited by Boris Proust. The new DVD takes a ride with the Cliché team across Europe, Australia, the USA, China & Japan to experience some of the best spots ever skated. Travel is the essence of skateboarding so get in the car, train, boat or plane and hit the road…Bon Voyage!
In the summer of 1997, Jeremie Daclin launched Cliché Skateboards in Lyon, France. Cliché has hooked up some of the world’s best skateboarders and put Europe’s biggest spots on the map, released several critically acclaimed videos and changed skateboarding’s geographic scope forever more. The Cliché team is Lucas Puig, JB Gillet, Jeremie Daclin, Charles Collet, Flo Mirtain, Andrew Brophy, Sammy Winter, Ricardo Fonseca, Javier Mendizabal, Joey Brezinski and Daniel Espinoza.
Cliché decks featured a limited 30-day warranty against manufacturer defects and overall craftsmanship.
For a full skateboard assembly, you will need grip tape, trucks, hardware, bearings and wheels. Assembly is free!
Note: Desired skateboard width can vary based on skate style, body size and individual preference. But in general, 7.5"-7.8" widths work great for younger skaters, street skaters or those needing a board that is easier to maneuver for tricks. The 8"-8.75" width are great for larger skaters, skate filmers, vert/ramp skating or cruising. For more assistance, contact us directly.
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