“The Ollies Are Not What They Seem” – “Twin Peaks” Now Has Its Own Skateboard Line – Design You Trust

“The Ollies Are Not What They Seem” – “Twin Peaks” Now Has Its Own Skateboard Line

David Lynch has teamed up with Habitat Skateboards and created these wonderful skateboard decks as an ode to the Twin Peaks series. The end result of the link-up is a pack of decks featuring characters from the cult series, including Dale Cooper, Laura Palmer and Audrey Horne. Aside from the decks, which cost just under $55, there are also T-shirts, a beanie, and even a “damn good coffee” mug to round out the line.

More info: Habitat Skateboards





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