Fresh load of bangers from Leo Baker's Glue Skateboards featuring a bunch of edgy graphics and some tasteful new clothing.
Hot off the back of his recent Spitfire part, Leo Baker's Glue Skateboards are back with another premium selection of skateboard decks as well as some proper bangin' clothing to spice up your wardrobe. As always, all the latest Glue skateboard decks are printed on the finest quality wood out of the PS Stix factory for that clean and snappy pop as well as their iconic square shape. But nerdy stuff aside, of course the main attraction is Glue's bangin' artstyle and grungy aesthetic and this drop features some of our favourite designs yet.
Glue Skateboard Decks
First up, we've got the Glue Skateboards 'Leo Baker Deceased 1' skateboard deck which features a characteristically morbid graphic in stark contrast to the bright and playful colours. This latest Leo Baker Glue skateboard deck has a vibrant yellow background overlaid with a cartoon strip of a teddy bear being burnt to ashes in a distinctive, sketchy hand-drawn style. Coming in at a very retro 7.75" this deck is perfect for those who are a bit on the smaller side, nostalgic older skaters, or unapologetic double flip enthusiasts.
We've also got another 7.75" deck in this drop: the simple but effective Glue 'Glue Bottle 1' Deck. Much like their signature 'Fly' graphic, the 'Glue Bottle' deck does exactly what it says on the tin and features a stylised image of a tube of glue. Big fan of the bright green against the purple woodstain, reminds me of the OG Incredible Hulk. Although let's be honest, it should be called 'Glue Tube' but not 'Glue Bottle'.
Last but not least, the drop also features a deck at the complete other end of the spectrum: the Glue 'Forest Floor 4' deck which comes in at a chunky 9.125" width. Not only is this the widest deck in the collection, it also comes in a very lovely shape with a rounded nose, a slightly squared-off tail and curves in all the right places. The graphic's pretty out-there too with another brightly coloured yet oddly disturbing artwork that looks like a nightmarish version of a Dr Seuss drawing thanks to the variety of bizarre creatures and surreal structures.
Glue Skateboards T-Shirts
Alongside all these bangin' decks we've also got a fresh load of Glue skateboards T-shirts including the Glue 'Safe Sex' T-shirt with its vintage infographic-inspired design and lovely Sand colourway, and the Glue 'What Happens Next?' T-shirt which shares the same graphic as the Glue Leo Baker 'Deceased' skateboard deck on the chest, except with photographic images instead of drawings, and 'What happened to our future' screen-printed on the back. Both of these tees are instant classics and really do well to capture the general vibe of Glue as a brand.
On top of these other Glue Skateboards T-shirts, we've also got the Glue 'Don't Sniff Glue' T-shirt which might even be our favourite design from the drop. Available in either a white or red colourway, the 'Don't Sniff Glue' tee is as simple as it gets with the only embellishment being the 'Dont Sniff Glue' slogan across the chest in a minimalist font that's reminiscent of those old-school label makers. Skate brands might not usually be associated with good life advice but this tip is actually pretty sound.
Glue Skateboards Hoodies
Finally, we've also got some new hoods and crews from Glue to keep you warm and aesthetically pleasing all winter long. If you're looking for a new hood then the Glue 'Brain Jail' hoodie with its bangin' hand-drawn artwork is an obvious choice. However, if you're looking for something a bit more unique then the Glue 'Wick Sweater' Crew is definitely something you don't see every day. The Glue 'Wick Sweater' Crew comes in a lovely sand colourway and features a proper cosy knitted construction with the 'Wick' artwork knitted into the fabric on the back for a truly unique bit of kit. Big fan of this one.
That's enough chit-chat though. Head to the shop to buy the latest Glue skateboard decks and clothing from CSC. Or, find out more about the latest skate product on the CSC Blog. Safe.