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The Bearded Skateboard

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Despite advances in decks, trucks and bearings, the humble skateboard has always been lacking in one key department: hair. Specifically, a beard - to twirl and trim as one traverses urban landscapes like the proverbial dude. Until now.

Santa Cruz Skateboards of California have partnered with talented artist and illustrator Jeremy Fish to help advance the facial follicles of skateboards.

The Weird Beard Cruzer sports a lengthy (synthetic) beard over the majority of the underside of its 32.4-inch deck. Sporting Bullet 140 Trucks and 60mm OJ Wheels, you can pick up your own hairy rider for around £103 ($172.95).

(Images: NHS Fun Factory)

[Via: Be-Street]

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