The 30th run of skateboard decks from Palace has just landed in store with a load of fresh new designs for all the fellas as well as some premium team models.
Palace S30 Skateboard Decks
Palace's S30 series of skateboard decks features some slightly unusual graphics for Palace. Rather than their usual brand of futuristic, fluorescent images the latest run features collages of photographs - similar to their S28 series but with a slightly more trippy vibe. The images are generally focused around natural or manmade structures, from rock formations and plants to brick walls and buildings, with many of the decks also featuring the heads of ancient statues. Of course they've messed with the colours a bit to keep things exciting as well.
As always the drop features pro decks for all your favourite members of Palace's stacked team, including Jamal Smith, Lucas Puig, Heitor Da Silva, Kyle Wilson, Danny Brady, and Lucien Clarke. It's no secret that Palace have one of the best skate teams in the game right now so you'd be blowing it if you miss out on getting one of their newest pro skateboard decks.
Palace Trippy Skateboard Decks
If you're not feeling Palace's attempts at mixing it up a bit with their pro decks, then the 'Trippy' series is the one for you. It's safe to say Palace graphics are best known for their use of bold, neon colours and the 'Trippy' decks are absolutely textbook Palace graphics that have appeared in several of their lines over the years.
The Palace 'Trippy' skateboard decks feature a split graphic with two different patterns on the top and bottom half. As you can probably guess from the name, the design features alternating lines which form a trippy optical illusion that's guaranteed to bug your eyes out. It even comes with a similarly trippy full top graphic for that little bit of extra flavour. We've got the Palace 'Trippy' deck in three sizes: 7.75", 8", and 8.1".
Palace Session Skateboard Decks
Last but definitely not least, the Palace 'Session' graphic is easily one of our favourites from this series. The graphic features a coloured background with a large Palace logo alongside various different animals engaging in a range of lewd sexual acts. From rats doing it doggy style to dogs performing cunnilingus, Palace have managed to take a wholesome farmyard scene and flip it on its head. I'm getting some serious Mark McKee, vintage World Industries vibes from this one. The Palace 'Session' skateboard deck comes in two size and colour options: an 8.6" deck with a bright green background, or an 8" deck with cool grey.
That's enough chit-chat though. Head to the shop to browse the full range of Palace skateboard decks and buy now from CSC. Or, find out more about the latest product on the CSC Blog. Safe.