Black Label Jason Adams 9.63"

Black Label Jason Adams 9.63"

AU$104.99Price

Brand™ -  Black Label...

Design - Jason Adams... 

Image - Six Gun...

Widest Point - 9.63...  

Length - 32"... 

Wheelbase -  14"... 

Colour - Bottom Black and White...

Top - Greenwash with black logo. 

 

Description - Genuine Black Label deck, straight from the otherized distributors.  Jason Adams deck in black with cowboy skull image and two six-shooter pistols in a cross position. Top of deck has a stain greenwash effect.

 

Slice from an Interview by Bob Hundreds on Jason Adams.

 

But really I nothing picked up for me until I got on Black Label. And it was because where skateboarding was. It was like, “if you weren’t part of a trend then you’re pretty much ass out” mentality. I’d always work with people, other than Russ, that would kind of back me but not really get what I was all about at the same time. It just wasn’t what the magazines wanted or whatever, you know? When I got on Black Label, Lucero was just like, “Dude, get weird.” He didn’t even want me to bring in normal stuff. He wanted me to do a Miller flip over an electrical box. So that’s where I got my confidence, working with Lucero and him just going “Do it.” Fortunately, between the timing of Black Label and where skateboarding was at, it luckily hit and that’s where I feel like I actually had some sort of – I don’t like to use the word but – skateboard “career.”Since then, I’ve just kept going. I don’t really understand why. Maybe I’m too retarded to do anything else [laughs]. I’m just a skate punk that never grew up… and just loves skateboarding and keep doing it and I question myself every day, “Why?”

 

 

Black Label Skateboards is a manufacturer of skateboards, wheels, and similar products. The company was started in 1988 by 80’s pro, artist, current owner, and lifelong skateboarder John Lucero. In the past 20 some odd years, Black label has represented some of the best skateboarders the likes of John Cardiel, Gino Iannucci, Jason Adams, Matt Hensley, Salman Agah, Wade Speyer, Ragdoll, Duane Peters, Jeff Grosso, Mike Vallely, the list goes on and on. As a brand, the Black Label hasn’t lost sight of what is real and what it wants to be in skateboarding. “Never be bought, never be sold”