Craig & Karl for Enjoi Skate Decks

Dynamic duo Craig Redman and Karl Maier present a custom line of skate decks for members of the

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Dynamic duo Craig Redman and Karl Maier present a custom line of skate decks for members of the Enjoi skate team. Presented in a variety of bold colors and drawing inspiration from each rider’s personal taste and personality, individual pro models have been crafted for the likes of Jose Rojo, Jerry Hsu, Louie Barletta, Nestor Judkins, Wieger Van Wageningen, Cairo Foster and Caswell Berry. The Craig Redman and Karl Maier skate decks for Enjoi can be purchased online for $69 USD.

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