When we first talked with Pat Duffy about doing a guest model for H-Street to commemorate his induction into the Hall of Fame of Skateboarding a few months ago, he thought re-creating an 80’s street scene with jump ramps and rails would be cool for a graphic idea.
This was right up Bob Hickman’s alley, so we immediately set to work on creating a fun graphic with this in mind.
Before Pat rode for Plan B, he was part of the H-Street Am team and rode with Jeff Pettit and Ray Simmonds in Northern California. Mike Ternasky had “found” him back in the day and the two formed a close relationship. MT was a huge influence on the young ripper and Pat moving onto Plan B with MT was a given.
Since then, Pat’s had an incredible career as one of the gnarliest early big rail riders and just all around ripping on a skateboard and continues to skate hard to this day!
It’s made in Matt's Full Size Park&Pool Shape that is 32.5 X 8.9, with a 6.8 Nose, 6.6 Tail and 14.75 Wheelbase and standard street shapes.