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Big Blazer 32" Cruiser Hypnagoga

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Karl Grandin's artist series incorporates a glow-in-the-dark aesthetic and symbolic imagery. 

A medium length diamond tail cruiser with soft conical wheels, the Big Blazer 32" Cruiser board in Hypnagoga is constructed from Resin-7 hard rock maple and has a mellow concave with kicktail.


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Key Features

  • Glow-In-The-Dark

    This deck glows in the dark, and so do the wheels and riser pads. Skating day or night just got a whole lot more fun.
    **Please note that prolonged exposure to sunlight will lessen the effect over time.

  • Featured Artist

    Karl is a Stockholm-based artist and designer, best associated with internationally renowned brewing company Omnipollo. He and Globe previously came together in 2017, for a collaboration on skateboards, a beer named BEGLO, and glow-in-the-dark posters.

  • Details

    This new series focuses on Karl's symbolic imagery. Hypnagoga is that fuzzy state between wakefulness and sleep. Ma’at represents truth, justice, and balance. The wheel art is a full ring of Zodiak icons, and we’ve die-cut some extra details into the griptape where the deck paint will glow through. You can find derivatives of this art on beer labels of the corresponding name at Omnipollo.

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More than 100,000 trees planted 

As one of the world’s largest manufacturers of premium skateboards, we use a significant amount of wood in our production. In order to off-set the timber we use to construct our skateboards, our goal is to engage in forestry efforts that replace far more than we consume.