Look At Official Marvel's Venom Skateboards From Bear Walker

Look At Official Marvel’s Venom Skateboards From Bear Walker

Bear Walker Industries, a handcrafted skateboard company has announced an official collaboration with Marvel Comics to showcase a Venom-inspired skateboard design. The company was founded in 2017 with the goal of manufacturing skateboards that are works of art as well as functioning skateboards.

Each board is handcrafted and hand-painted, with the grip carved to create the design. The first of multiple boards featuring characters from the House of Ideas, as per Bear Walker’s official announcement about their Marvel cooperation, but the thought of a Venom board was too much for the guy himself.

“For my first official collab with Marvel, I wanted to do something special,” Walker said in a statement. “Venom has always been one of my favorite characters, and I thought he would translate really well into a board. I wanted the design to look like Venom was becoming part of/taking over a skateboard while still showing off the natural wood tones that make each board unique. I feel like this board represents the collaboration well with the level of detail and Venom’s personality showing through.”

Only 250 Bear Walker Marvel skateboards will be produced, with each one costing $206.50 on their official website. Each board comes with a Certificate of Authenticity that is signed and numbered, as well as with luxury packaging.

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“Working with Marvel has been a dream of mine since I first started in the industry,” Walker added. “I’ve been reading the comics and watching the movies since I was a kid, so having the opportunity to blend my craft with a pop culture legend like this has sparked a whole new level of inspiration for me. I’m stoked to launch this first project and can’t wait to share what’s to come.”

Those interested in buying these should act quickly, as the previous limited edition, viral skateboard deck was the Tony Hawk decks by bottled water business Liquid Death, which had some of Tony Hawk’s blood in the paint on the skateboard deck. There were only 100 of them created and they sold out in under an hour.

Christy likes to use her great writing skills to curate articles on the Hollywood film industry, multichannel commerce, and online business strategies. She loves to share her ideas on Hollywood here at Clout News.

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