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The TMDK Blue Million Dollar Skateboard Deck.
These 7-ply Hardwood Maple decks by TMDK Skateboards feature the Blue Million Dollar graphic. Available in a width of 7.5 inches.
TMDK decks are built from 7 plys of maple wood for a better pop, great performance and a longer lasting skateboard deck.
TMDK, The Million Dollar Kids Skateboards, is based out of Marietta, GA, the hometown of ChutingStar! TMDK is owned and operated by skaters Alex McKay and Billy Christian, and are known for their support of the local skateboard scene through skateboards, accessories and apparel. TMDK Team Riders include Isaac White, Ian Surman, Gerard Lacey, Derrick Black, Sam Ogden, Michael Slater, Bradley Drew, Tanner Lyczkowski, Gabriel Tarzan Salas and Blazie Douglas.
This is the skateboard deck only. To complete a full skateboard assembly, you will also need grip tape, trucks, hardware, bearings and wheels, which can be ordered individually or as a full gear package in a separate listing on ChutingStar-Skate.
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.
Detail InformationBrandTMDK SkateboardsDeck LengthNoTypeStreetMaterialsMapleTruck AttachmentNoColorNoPro SkaterGraphic ThemeParental FilterNo
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