HST-VAULT


H-Street is proud to present our Vault Program. In 2013, H-Street as a brand was relaunched. At the forefront of our mind was the importance of staying true to the history and legacy that H-Street, the team riders and the graphics were originally about.

To do this required the tedious job of taking the iconic 80’s graphics that were long gone and resurrecting them into the digital age. Each graphic requires an enormous amount of time and even research to bring back the full effect of the original. T-Mag along with a handful of the original artists set out to do this with each Re-Issue graphic that is released. All our Re-Issues are done in limited runs, with unique colorways for that run and marked by a series and numbering sequence. This format continues as we release more of the classic H-Street graphics.

Over the years of making the Re-Issue decks we have held back a few of each deck, of the series released that had lower numbers, mainly for us to have as references. Because we are contacted on a regular basis by people asking if we have certain releases still available, we have decided to create the Vault Program.

Here we will offer the opportunity for you to purchase decks that otherwise have been stored in the H-Street vault since the time they were produced. The deck available will have all the details and photos. We hope that this will be a fun way to give everyone an opportunity to have a part of the H-Street history that we have created. This program is available on eBay and images on the Vault page will link to it, so if you are looking for a specific graphic keep checking here.

Click to place bid on number 4 of 154

Ron Allen’s Original No Scratch Graphic

Number 4 of 154  

This design kinda threw the whole graphic concept and industry for a loop at the time.

By the late 80’s, skate graphics had gotten so good and technical that it just seemed like a waste to spend a ton of cash on a brand spanking new board, just to go out and scratch up the graphic immediately. This wasn’t a huge problem for vert skaters since they had rails, which provided some relief to getting that new graphic all scratched up. But street skaters had ditched the rails by this time, so the simple solution that Ron and Jeff Klindt thought of was to design the graphic around the nose and front truck. We did a number boards that followed this design concept and so did several companies at that time.

The No Scratch Graphic concept was a simple and brilliant solution that became a permanent part of skateboard history that Ron and Jeff had come up with.

The board was made in California and constructed with high quality maple wood and was available in a variety of natural, stained (mixed colors) and full dips, they are hand silk screened. The A Series was a limited run of decks and laser marked as such, including the series number and comes with an Old School hole pattern.

31.75 X 9.5 / NOSE 5.5 / TAIL 6.5 / WHEELBASE 14.75

 

Click to place bid on number 4 of 154 

Click to place bid on number 151 of 154

Click to place bid on number 152 of 154

 

Ron Allen’s Original No Scratch Graphic 

Number 151 of 154  & 152 of 154

This colorway was a special color done by the screener and only four decks have it.

31.75 X 9.5 / NOSE 5.5 / TAIL 6.5 / WHEELBASE 14.75

 

 

Click to place bid on number 151 of 154

Click to place bid on number 152 of 154