G2 Ramones Complete 8.0" Rocket to Russia#10525424
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Featured art and aesthetic details on the best complete money can buy. The G2 Ramones Complete 8.0" is constructed from Resin-7 hard rock maple and features album cover artwork from 'Rocket to Russia', the band's second studio album released in 1977. This style features 5.25" Tensor hollow kingpin trucks, 53mm Conical 101a wheels and split black grip tape. See more like this in our collection of street complete skateboards.
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This warranty covers defects in materials and workmanship for the lifetime of the Globe footwear product. It does not cover damage caused by normal wear and tear, misuse, improper care, neglect, accident, or the natural breakdown of colors and materials over time. Should a product ever fail due to a manufacturing defect, we will, at our discretion, either repair the product (at no charge), or replace it with the same (or similar item) of the same value. Coverage under this warranty ends if you sell or transfer the apparel product. For warranty evaluation, your product must be returned to your place of original purchase, with proof of purchase.
Engaging in forestry efforts that replace far more than we consume.
Resin-7 Hard Rock Maple Deck Construction.
Globe + Ramones
Tensor Alloy Standard Trucks
Performance Street Wheels
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.