Skaters will behave too cool for school on almost anything, but one thing we openly treasure (maybe more than we should) is the rich history of our subculture.
From backyard pools to 15 stair railings, we’ve documented and neurotically shared every step in the evolution of skating, and the Skateboard Hall of Fame Museum is just one of the places where you can let your inner nerd shine.
The founder Todd huber has been building the museum’s collection for decades at this point, buying anything he can find that resembles a piece of skate history. For him, a 2013 Baker deck is as fair a game as a late ’70s Dogtown board.
We visited him to check his storage rooms behind the scenes and get a glimpse of all the merchandise he has quietly amassed in his archives.
Take a look for yourself and keep in mind that in 30 years some old shmoe will probably want to get your FA deck chipped with dog poop on the grip.