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Haroshi x HUF x REAL | Limited Edition “Middle Finger” Deck

12 January 2012, 14.49 | Posted in Art, Skateboarding, decks | 4 comments »

haroshi huf real skateboards deck 00 Haroshi x HUF x REAL | Limited Edition Middle Finger Deck
Coming off the heels of their recent art exhibition, Haroshi & HUF have teamed of with Real for a limited editon deck featuring the middle finger sculpture made of recycled skateboard decks. Limited to only 400 worldwide if you want one we suggest you start looking.

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  1. [...] We’ve shared with you some pretty extensive coverage of the whole HUF x Haroshi x DLX project that has been going on and if you have yet to see it, please be sure to check it out. Although each piece created by Haroshi for this project has been stellar, one of the highlights was the “Middle Finger” piece. Real Skateboards felt the same, too, as they have released this extremely limited skateboard deck featuring that wooden sculpture. There’s only 400 of these, so act fast. (Via Radcollector) [...]

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  4. Adam Phillips:

    how do you buy these decks?

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