Published on January 20, 2020 by
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H-street Skateboard Commercial | True Skateboard Mag

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H-Street dropped a commercial of the Alpha Girls testing out their new boards at Huntington Beach Vans Park

Ruby’s shaped Pop Wedge board is in stock in two sizes & Addison Smart Rail deck, also with Pop Wedge is available to pre-order for a February shipping time and for a special price at h-street.com/products

Both decks are handmade in California by Corey at Legends Skates.

Film/edit by Jonathan Lilley & Tony Mag.

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