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Thursday, October 13, 2011

New Poster, Snapback hat & Trucker Hat

Our new collection is coming together and here are a few new pieces. The first is a Limited Edition Poster that is hand screened on Craft Cardstock called "Native Racing" which is the theme of the new collection. The Poster is a collection of new Evilgood graphics coming soon on t-shirts. This is also printed on rice paper for glassing on surfboards too.

Also shown is two new hats. The All new trucker, white side mesh, Black Front, and Underground embroidery.
Then there is the all new Underground snapback, front Underground embroidery and Evilgood embroidery on the side Panel. All in stock now on our online store.










STAY LAME Evilgoods and Lowcard

We are proud to announce that we will be carrying Lowcard Apparel and accessories in our online store. If you haven't heard about this underground skate mag yet, go to a real skateshop and they will have a copy. We are carrying they're tshirt and trucker hat and lame magazine too.




Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Evilgoods Introduces the Geebee Skateboard

Introducing the Evilgood Geebee Skateboard - The deck is Inspired by the Infamous Gee-Bee Surfboard shaped by Brian Hilbers from Fineline - It has Evilgood Street Ghost wheels, Blackout trucks and ABEC 7 bearings. The Evilgood Native Graphic on the bottom and custom griptape with the Evilgood Geebee bow and arrow graphic on the top. This Skateboard is available on our online store as a custom order, allow 2 weeks for delivery, and remember, we ship world wide.

-Eg Underground









This video shows Brian Hilbers hand shaping and I putting the final details for the GeeBee prototype skate that we debuted at the Del Mar Sacred craft Show. This design is inspired by Brian's famed Geebee surfboard, I asked Brian to hand shape this board to follow the lines and shape of a Hull.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

The ARCHER and the LURKER

Introducing two new boards from the Evilgoods, both boards are hand shaped by one of Los Angeles' best shapers, Brian Hilbers, and Glassed in Venice Beach at the infamous Aquatech. These two boards are based on performance and Quality.
The first one The Archer is based on the principle of a short surfboard with tons of acceleration for small to medium surf. It has a hull style rocker and a Crescent tail. This twin fin is built to go fast on any wave with little effort.

The Lurker is a four fin. The Unique template is based of the Dogtown pool skateboards from the Golden Era of Wes Humpston's art days. I thought the outline of those skates had the right amount of hip for a fast, boosting performance board that is perfect for medium sized waves. The wider profile makes it easy to paddle, and you are also able to ride the board shorter. The Four fin set-up is set farther back for more pivot on the tail. All this combined, the Lurker is tuned to kill.

All boards can be made custom to your weight specs and can be shipped world wide. if you have any questions please feel free to contact us at info@theevilgoods.com

Look out for the next board...the Victor






The Making of the Lurker and the Archer

Brian Hilbers and I worked closely on the new Evilgoods surfboards in the last couple of months. I wanted to have them ready for the Sacred Craft show in Delmar and wanted debut with three new boards: The Lurker, the Archer, and the Victor. These photos below are taken at the infamous Aquatech shop in Venice Beach California. Scott Anderson, Gino and Neil all did a great job and put that special crafters touch, Thanks dudes!! Since these new models where based on performance I got inspired by my favorite, Mopar, the King of the streets and the Strip of the Sixties. As well as the Leader in performance from that Golden Era Mooneyes!! Stay tuned for actual photos of this new Hot Rods soon...

P.S.

The First shot is a collage of a very special man. CAHILL "The Lost Z-Boy" passed away recently. One of the original Zephyr team members, He was an amazing surfer-skater- and shaper and is in Icon of the Venice surf scene and beyond. I remember seeing Strider rip on Cahill's at Topanga when I was a little grom. This goes out to you Cahill, Keep it Underground my man, and thanks for the inspiration!