Tracker 757 Skateboard Deck
2 in stock
In 1980 Tracker made two decks the 777 and the 757 the names borrowed from Boeing aircraft and also happened to be the deck length in millimeters. The Tracker 757 was Trackers first street deck. The versatile shred sled was a more traditional skate-anywhere design but not a vert board by 1980 standards, Measuring 29 ¾” long and 9” wide, the 757 boasted a flat deck and wheel wells front and rear, later versions sported concave and grew to 9 ½”. This deck graphic was a splatter paint design hand done by Tracker founder Larry Balma, no two decks are the same. An ardent fan of the 757 Neil Blender could often be seen riding these decks on the street. This deck is an original deck, never ridden or mounted in near perfect condition; there are some small marks on the deck (see photo).